That looks very interesting. I'd never heard of
PDFLib.pm (or, indeed, pdflib). I'll be taking a closer look
One question tho'. You declare a number of package
variables with this code:
use vars qw ( $TOPMARGIN
And then later you declare a number of lexical variables
with the same names with this code:
my $PAGEHEIGHTPOINTS = 842;
my $PAGEWIDTHPOINTS = 595; # the size of your page
my ($TOPMARGIN, $BOTTOMMARGIN, $LEFTMARGIN,
$RIGHTMARGIN) = (10, 10, 15, 15);
You then go on to use the lexical variables, but never
the package variables. Is this left over from an earlier
version of the code?
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