About HTMLDOC

HTMLDOC converts Hyper-Text Markup Language ("HTML") files and web pages into indexed HTML, Adobe® PostScript®, or Adobe Portable Document Format ("PDF") files. HTMLDOC is provided under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License with an exception to allow building against OpenSSL.

 

HTMLDOC 1.8.28 Jan 6, 2014

HTMLDOC 1.8.28 is now available for download from:

   http://www.msweet.org/downloads.php/HTMLDOC

HTMLDOC 1.8.28 fixes some known security issues and formatting bugs. Changes include:

  • Updated local zlib to version 1.2.8.
  • Updated local PNG library to version 1.6.8.
  • Updated local JPEG library to version 9.
  • Updated default PDF version to 1.4.
  • SECURITY: Fixed three buffer overflow issues when reading AFM files and parsing page sizes.
  • Fixed incompatibility with Fortify's version of strcpy, which does not work properly with variable-length arrays (STR #235)
  • Fixed compilation against PNG library 1.5 or later (STR #243)
  • Fixed documentation errors (PR #6593, PR #6595)
  • Marked Zapf-Dingbats as a standard font (STR #198)
  • Fixed GPL license text in GUI (STR #222)
  • Fixed a table formatting problem when a column has multiple colspan values (PR #6709)
  • Fixed parsing of HTML comments (STR #181)
  • Fixed potential out-of-bounds read in table-of-contents rendering code (STR #183)
  • Fixed handling of image URLs with ampersands in them (STR #186)
  • Fixed top/bottom margins for logo and header/footer images (STR #174)
  • Fixed image alignment bug (Bug #231)
  • Fixed X11 build problem (Bug #243)

Enjoy!

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HTMLDOC 1.8.27 Aug 2, 2006

HTMLDOC 1.8.27 is now available for download from the HTMLDOC Open Source web site at:

    http://www.htmldoc.org/software.php

HTMLDOC 1.8.27 fixes several rendering, output, and networking issues.

HTMLDOC is a HTML document conversion and formatting utility for UNIX® and Microsoft® Windows® that produces indexed HTML, Portable Document Format ("PDF"), and Adobe® PostScript® files suitable for printing and on-line viewing.

The HTMLDOC source code is provided under the terms of the GNU General Public License. Binaries are also available under the terms of a typical commercial End-User License Agreement.

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