GemBox.Pdf 13.0.0.1061

GemBox.Pdf is a .NET component that enables developers to read, write, create, update and protect PDF files from .NET applications in a simple and efficient way.
With GemBox.Pdf you get a fast and reliable component that's easy to use. It works on .NET Framework and .NET Standard and it doesn't require Adobe Acrobat, so you can deploy your application easily without having to think about other licenses.

There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package GemBox.Pdf -Version 13.0.0.1061
dotnet add package GemBox.Pdf --version 13.0.0.1061
<PackageReference Include="GemBox.Pdf" Version="13.0.0.1061" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add GemBox.Pdf --version 13.0.0.1061
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Release Notes

- Added support for .NET Core 3.0.
- Fixed issue with image data in encrypted PDF.
- Added support for mapping Unicode BMP characters to glyph names with prefix 'uni'.
- Added support for cloning outlines when combining PDF documents into single file.
- Added support for PdfPathContent.
- Fixed issue with validating glyph typeface.

  • .NETCoreApp 3.0

    • No dependencies.
  • .NETFramework 3.5

    • No dependencies.
  • .NETStandard 2.0

This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
13.0.1096 141 3/17/2020
13.0.0.1087 482 2/19/2020
13.0.0.1074 1,287 1/14/2020
13.0.0.1067 3,013 12/3/2019
13.0.0.1061 3,111 11/6/2019
13.0.0.1052 1,369 10/4/2019
13.0.0.1046 209 9/23/2019
13.0.0.1042 1,480 8/9/2019
13.0.0.1036 7,067 6/7/2019
13.0.0.1030 797 5/8/2019
13.0.0.1022 656 4/2/2019
13.0.0.1021 145 4/1/2019
13.0.0.1015 2,883 1/3/2019
13.0.0.1009 759 11/15/2018
13.0.0.1006 553 9/25/2018
13.0.0.1000 1,477 7/18/2018
10.0.0.1004 763 7/16/2018
10.0.0.1002 1,163 5/4/2018
10.0.0.1001 723 1/22/2018
10.0.0.1000 498 12/27/2017
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