Public API Changes in Aspose.Pdf for .NET 9.0.0

UseNewConversionEngine

The HtmlLoadOptions.UseNewConversionEngine property is true by default. In case you need to use older conversion technique, then please try using the following code snippet to turn off the new conversion engine and convert HTML into Pdf with old engine:

 HtmlLoadOptions options = new HtmlLoadOptions();

options.UseNewConversionEngine = false;

Document pdfDocument = new Document(stream, options);

pdfDocument.Save(outFile);

CssSavingInfo.HtmlPageNumber is renamed to CssSavingInfo.CssNumber

Instances of HtmlSaveOptions.CssSavingInfo are usually used in custom implementations of HtmlSaveOptions.CssSavingStrategy when it's necessary to implement custom saving of CSSes generated during PDF to HTML conversion. It contains parameter(s) and content of saved CSS.

In versions prior to 9.0.0, CssSavingInfo.HtmlPageNumber was used in public API. It was introduced when amount of saved CSSes and amount of HTML pages was always equal. Now inner logic of converter has been changed : it’s possible that amount of HTML pages not equal to amount of saved CSS files, and for some inner reasons this parameter can contain only number of CSS, not number of parent HTML page, so it has been be renamed to CssSavingInfo.CssNumber.

In essence it’s just informational parameter that can be used in customer’s code to get ordinal of currently saved CSS-file. Public API changes CssSavingInfo.HtmlPageNumber is renamed to CssSavingInfo.CssNumber.