[mod_python] Re: PDF Documentation Corrupt?

kevin at vap.org kevin at vap.org
Thu Aug 29 13:26:46 EST 2002

I tried it (Acro 5.0 & WinXP) and had the same problem.

This seems like a similar problem that I had with the Python 2.1 (or
2.2, I don't remember) PDF files with Acro 5.0 & Win98.  I worked
around it by getting the PS files, finding a Linux box & running the
PS files through PS2PDF.  You lose the hyperlinks, but at least they
were printable on Windows with Acro 5.0.

I don't know if there is a PS version of mod_python.pdf available,
but maybe someone could get you a version that will print under Acro

As an alternative, you could locate Ghostscript for Windows & use the
GSView program to print it (I just tried it on my W2K box & it
worked, but was a bit slower).


>Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 16:55:45 -0700
>From: Sean Abrahams <sa at sfsu.edu>
>Reply-To: Sean Abrahams <sa at sfsu.edu>
>Organization: SFSU : Fiscal Affairs Business Systems
>To: mod_python at modpython.org
>Subject: [mod_python] PDF Documentation Corrupt?
>I've tried to print the mod_python PDF documentation from multiple
>different machines running Adobe Acrobat 5.0 reader and keep getting 
>"The document could not be printed." error after Page 2. Running
>Windows XP. Anyone else having this issue?

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