CombinePDF VS asciidoctor-pdf

Compare CombinePDF vs asciidoctor-pdf and see what are their differences.


A Pure ruby library to merge PDF files, number pages and maybe more... (by boazsegev)


:page_with_curl: Asciidoctor PDF: A native PDF converter for AsciiDoc based on Asciidoctor and Prawn, written entirely in Ruby. (by asciidoctor)
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CombinePDF asciidoctor-pdf
1 1
652 1,039
- 0.9%
0.0 9.8
5 months ago 7 days ago
Ruby Ruby
MIT License MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


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  • AsciiDoc(tor) for Technical Documentation
    2 projects | | 20 Mar 2021
    Some of people think, and this is the majority, just use Word Processor software - be it in the desktop or in the cloud. This might work, of course, but might lead to inconsistency. So, we at Zimera Systems has the policy to use open and free tools to power our technical documentation. For this purpose, we find it easier to use Markdown + Pandoc but lately we move to AsciiDoc format and uses Asciidoctor and Asciidoctor-pdf. They are very easy to customize and creating PDF file is a piece of cake with complete theming guide.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing CombinePDF and asciidoctor-pdf you can also consider the following projects:

Wicked Pdf - PDF generator (from HTML) plugin for Ruby on Rails

Prawn - Fast, Nimble PDF Writer for Ruby

Pdfkit - A Ruby gem to transform HTML + CSS into PDFs using the command-line utility wkhtmltopdf

HexaPDF - Versatile PDF creation and manipulation for Ruby

Grover - A Ruby gem to transform HTML into PDFs, PNGs or JPEGs using Google Puppeteer/Chromium

RGhost - RGhost is a document creation and conversion API. It uses the Ghostscript framework for the format conversion, utilizes EPS templates and is optimized to work with larger documents. Support(PDF,PS,GIF,TIF,PNG,JPG,etc)

book-template-asciidoc - Template for book, written using asciidoc, preferably asciidoctor and / or asciidoctor-pdf

Gimli - Utility for converting markup files to pdf files

GotenbergSharpApiClient - .NET C# Client for the Gotenberg API

Wisepdf - Wkhtmltopdf wrapper done right

Kitabu - A framework for creating e-books from Markdown using Ruby. Using the Prince PDF generator, you'll be able to get high quality PDFs. Also supports EPUB, Mobi, Text and HTML generation.

Shrimp - a phantomjs based pdf renderer