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I see one solution so far:

Are there any more out there which are suggested?

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HTMLDOC is the standard – any reason for not wanting to use it? – slhck Sep 21 '11 at 19:30
I just didn't know it was "The" standard - so I asked. But from your answer, I understand that I should not bother with alternatives :) – Tal Galili Sep 21 '11 at 20:27
I've searched for similar things but – at least on *nix systems, I've always got back to HTMLDOC :) – slhck Sep 21 '11 at 20:32
@slhck Two reasons - lack of support for unicode and css in the stable 1.8.27 release. However, they are apparently supported in v1.9b1 (the notes mention "basic support"). – Johnny Baloney Oct 30 '13 at 16:28

by using you can do it like this:

$> wkhtmltopdf su.pdf
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One alternative to HTMLDOC is Prince.

PROs: Prince can handle most of CSS (which HTMLDOC can't) and use almost all fonts (where HTMLDOC PDFs contain only Helvetica, Times and Courier) and translate HTML/XML input into really well looking pages.

CONs: Unlike HTMLDOC, Prince isn't OpenSource software (though free as in beer for private use, putting a rather unobtrusive logo on PDF pages created with it).

PrinceXML is made by a small Australian company and seems to be also driving Google Docs' PDF output.

HTMLDOC is 'good enough' for most people's needs (and also provides quite a few features which Prince doesn't).

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