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CAM::PDF::GS - PDF graphic state

CAM::PDF::GS(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation CAM::PDF::GS(3pm)

NAME

CAM::PDF::GS - PDF graphic state

LICENSE

See CAM::PDF.

SYNOPSIS

    use CAM::PDF;
    my $pdf = CAM::PDF->new($filename);
    my $contentTree = $pdf->getPageContentTree(4);
    my $gs = $contentTree->computeGS();

DESCRIPTION

This class is used to represent the graphic state at a point in the rendering flow of a PDF page. Much of the functionality is actually based in the parent class, CAM::PDF::GS::NoText.
Subclasses that want to do something useful with text should override the renderText() method.

CONVERSION FUNCTIONS

$self->getCoords($node)
Computes device coordinates for the specified node. This implementation handles text-printing nodes, and hands all other types to the superclass.
$self->textToUser($x, $y)
Convert text coordinates ("Tm") to user coordinates. Returns the converted X and Y.
$self->textToDevice($x, $y)
Convert text coordinates ("Tm") to device coordinates. Returns the converted X and Y.
$self->textLineToUser($x, $y)
Convert text coordinates ("Tlm") to user coordinates. Returns the converted X and Y.
$self->textLineToDevice($x, $y)
Convert text coordinates ("Tlm") to device coordinates. Returns the converted X and Y.
$self->renderText($string, $width)
A general method for rendering strings, from "Tj" or "TJ". This is a no-op, but subclasses may override.
$self->Tadvance($width)
Move the text cursor.

DATA FUNCTIONS

$self->BT()
$self->Tf($fontname, $fontsize)
$self->Tstar()
$self->Tz($scale)
$self->Td($x, $y)
$self->TD($x, $y)
$self->Tj($string)
$self->TJ($arrayref)
$self->quote($string)
$self->doublequote($tw, $tc, $string)
$self->Tm($m1, $m2, $m3, $m4, $m5, $m6)

AUTHOR

See CAM::PDF
2016-05-29 perl v5.22.2