Fwd: World friendlier printable invoices

P. Christeas p_christ at hol.gr
Wed Oct 3 03:18:51 EDT 2007

Josh Sled wrote:
> Chris Shoemaker <c.shoemaker at cox.net> writes:
> > Instead, if there is anyone interested, I would recommend that they
> > adapt the swig .i files to the popular scripting language of their
> > preference, and use the popular templating system of their choice.
> > This is a far better engineering decision, IMO, and far easier to do,
> > also.  It's probably about 80 hours work to the initial working system
> > for someone already familiar with the relevant tools.
> While certainly people are free to do as they will, I think it makes sense
> to have a rational discussion about the particular language/templating 
> system.  
Lurking in this list, I have only read the last postings, so excuse me if I'm 
Would it pay to let PHP access the invoice data (sth. like a PHP module with
bindings to gnc model) ? Then, PHP, widely adopted for html templating, could 
handle all sorts of forms.

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