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Old 10-13-2010, 02:35 PM   #5
Starson17
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Originally Posted by nchall114 View Post
actually he wants to know the best way to run it from the command line which is different from my thread you mention which is about invoking the gui via a scheduled task. i also would like to know how to automate news downloads via the command line which is why i asked if anyone ever got back to him.
In case it's not clear, there are currently only two ways to run recipes. You can start the gui, and let the scheduled recipes run, or you can use ebook-convert to make a book format outside of Calibre's database (and then import it into the database, if needed, with calibredb). The former will do all the normal things that happen with a recipe, like adding tags, sending it via email, etc. The latter is just a method of creating a book and adding that book to the db.
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