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Informations about the package mpdf
mPDF is a PHP library which generates PDF files from UTF-8 encoded HTML.
Note: If you are viewing this file on mPDF Github repository homepage or on Packagist, please note that the default repository branch is
developmentwhich can differ from the last stable release.
mPDF 7+ requires PHP
^5.6 || ~7.0.0 || ~7.1.0 || ~7.2.0 || ~7.3.0. PHP
gd extensions have to be loaded.
Additional extensions may be required for some advanced features such as
zlib for compression of output and
embedded resources such as fonts,
bcmath for generating barcodes or
xml for character set conversion
and SVG handling.
mPDF has some problems with fetching external HTTP resources with single threaded servers such as
php -S. A proper
server such as nginx (php-fpm) or Apache is recommended.
Official installation method is via composer and its packagist package mpdf/mpdf.
The simplest usage (since version 7.0) of the library would be as follows:
This will output the PDF inline to the browser as
Setup & Configuration
All configuration directives can
be set by the
$config parameter of the constructor.
It is recommended to set one's own temporary directory via
tempDir configuration variable.
The directory must have write permissions (mode
775 is recommended) for users using mPDF
Warning: mPDF will clean up old temporary files in the temporary directory. Choose a path dedicated to mPDF only.
By default, the temporary directory will be inside vendor directory and will have correct permissions from
post_install composer script.
If you have problems, please read the section on troubleshooting in the manual.
Online manual is available at https://mpdf.github.io/.
For general questions or troubleshooting please use the mpdf tag at Stack Overflow (and not the project's issue tracker).
Please read before submitting issues and pull requests the CONTRIBUTING.md file.
Unit testing for mPDF is done using PHPUnit.
To get started, run
composer install from the command line while in the mPDF root directory
(you'll need composer installed first).
To execute tests, run
vendor/bin/phpunit from the command line while in the mPDF root directory.
Any assistance writing unit tests for mPDF is greatly appreciated. If you'd like to help, please
note that any PHP file located in the
/tests/ directory will be autoloaded when unit testing.