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Allows to create QR codes for use with the ReportLab PDF library.

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reportlab-qrcode implements a QR code flowable for the ReportLab PDF library using the qrcode package.


reportlab-qrcode can be installed via pip:

pip install reportlab-qrcode


Simply use the QRCodeImage class with your data. All non-recognized keyword arguments will be passed to the qrcode.QRCode class from the qrcode package.

from reportlab.lib.units import mm
from reportlab.pdfgen.canvas import Canvas
from reportlab_qrcode import QRCodeImage

doc = Canvas('simple.pdf')
qr = QRCodeImage('Some data here', size=30 * mm)
qr.drawOn(doc, 0, 0)

For further examples, including setting fill and back colors, QR code size, error correction level, as well as using the QR code as ReportLab Flowable object, see the examples directory.

Maintenance note

This package is considered completed. So please do not wonder if you see no further commits. Despite the lack of new commits, this package is still maintained, i. e., I plan to keep this package compatible with the newest Python, qrcode and ReportLab version. If you find a bug, please open an issue in the issue tracker.


reportlab-qrcode is licensed under the MIT license. See LICENSE file for details.

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