Indeed, interesting for Wikisource.
A few of us know that I'm very insteresting in having a technical way
to print one article or a set of article as a PDF document.
They are two technical approaches :
* A wiki2pdf tool
* A html2pdf tool
Both do not exist, better : they exists but are not really satisfying.
The arguments behind this opinion are pretty the same than thus I have
used again people who wanted to build an offline-reader without an
HTML renderer. So, I believe the first will never be satisfying and
that's why I really take care about the last developments of the
The most interesting project is the Cairo one :
This is the new graphics rendering library behind gecko 1.9, itself
used in the next version of Firefox 3. If we are lucky it will used
too with the next releases of Kiwix.
Bot projects (Cairo & Gecko 1.9) have made a lot of progress the last
monts, and it's pretty sure that the next firefox will have a "save as
A private company have build a web page to test the rendering of web
pages as PDF using the last unstable version of gecko (still in
I have done a test with one of our articles :
as Attachment the result.
IMHO, it will certainly possible for us to integrate that feature in a
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