Merge TEX to PDF via Java

Merge TEX documents into single formats PDF on Java. Programmers can use this example code to combine TEX within any Web or Desktop Java based Application.

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Merge TEX to PDF Using Java

How to merge TEX to PDF? With Aspose.PDF for Java library you can easily merge TEX to PDF programmatically. PDF software from Aspose is ideal for individuals, and small or large businesses. Since it is able to process a large amount of information, perform the concatenation quickly and efficiently and protect your data. A peculiar feature from Aspose.PDF is an API for merging TEX to PDF.

You can download its latest version directly from Maven and install it within your Maven-based project by adding the following configurations to the pom.xml.

Check the details of Installing the Library on the Documentation pages. To verify the benefits of the library, try using the conversion TEX to PDF code snippet.

Repository

<repository>
    <id>AsposeJavaAPI</id>
    <name>Aspose Java AP</name>
    <url>https://releases.aspose.com/java/repo/</url>
</repository>

Dependency

<dependency>
<groupId>com.aspose</groupId>
<artifactId>aspose-pdf</artifactId>
<version>version of aspose-pdf API</version>
</dependency>

How to merge TEX to PDF via Java


Java developers can easily load & merge TEX files to PDF in just a few lines of code.

  1. Initialize a new Document, and run a loop for merging files
  2. In loop: add a new page to PDF document
  3. In loop: add TEX file to new page
  4. After the loop save the result

System Requirements


Aspose.PDF for Javais supported on all major operating systems. Just make sure that you have the following prerequisites.

  • Microsoft Windows or a compatible OS with Java Runtime Environment for JSP/JSF Application and Desktop Applications.
  • Development environment like Eclipse or IntelliJ IDEA.
  • Aspose.PDF for Java library referenced in your project.

Here is an example that demonstrates how to merge TEX to PDF in Java. Combine multiple documents into a single file with ease. If you are developing code in Java, this task can be simpler than it sounds. You can use fully qualified filenames for both TEX reading and PDF writing. Check out this Java example that show how to merge multiple documents of either the same or different file types into one file using Java.

Merge TEX files using Java and save as PDF

Example Java: this sample code shows TEX to PDF concatenation


	// Create output document
	outputDoc = new com.aspose.pdf.Document();

	// Read TeX files to Aspose Document
	// Cancels ligatures in all fonts
	// Rasterize scientific formulas to images
	// Print parsing steps details to console output
	opt1 = new com.aspose.pdf.TeXLoadOptions();
	opt1.setNoLigatures(false);
	opt1.setRasterizeFormulas(true);
	opt1.setShowTerminalOutput(true);
	firstDoc = new com.aspose.pdf.Document("1.tex", opt1);
	secondDoc = new com.aspose.pdf.Document("2.tex", opt1);

	// add page from one document to another directly
	for (com.aspose.pdf.Page page : firstDoc.getPages())
		outputDoc.getPages().add(page);
	for (com.aspose.pdf.Page page : secondDoc.getPages())
		outputDoc.getPages().add(page);

	// save result pdf to file
	outputDoc.save("Merger_tex_pdf.pdf", com.aspose.pdf.SaveFormat.Pdf);

Java library to combine TEX to PDF

Aspose.PDF for Java API is a library that enables developers to add PDF processing capabilities to their applications. It can be used to build any type of 32-bit and 64-bit applications to generate or read, convert and manipulate PDF files without the use of Adobe Acrobat. Aspose.PDF for Java allows developers to insert tables, graphs, images, hyperlinks, custom fonts - and more - into PDF documents. Moreover, it is also possible to compress PDF. Aspose.PDF for Java provides excellent security features to develop secure PDF files.

You can find more information about Aspose.PDF for Java API on documentation and examples on how to use API. Some of the key features of Aspose.PDF for Java API include support for various file formats including HTML, XFA, TXT, PCL, XML, XPS and image file formats, support for various PDF versions, and extensive hyperlink functionality.