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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by Theory (10) on 2002.09.07 17:29 (#12617) Homepage Journal

    I tend to send PDFs to people, instead. It's rare that I need someone to edit a document I'm working on...

    David

    • I do the same thing.

      If they want to edit something, I can send them the sources (either XML or LaTeX) that originated the docs. Or they can buy a PDF writer (I rarely protect PDF documents).

      PDF has solved the layout problem and the tools problem, with a very small size. I was going to send PostScripts, but them I'd have to explain how to install GhostScript on machines that didn't have it, then how to start it, and I still had to worry with the size of the file.

      PDF. That's it.
      --
      -- Godoy.