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Old 05-30-2011, 07:37 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by kiwidude View Post
These files (and iTunesArtwork for that matter) are already covered by the unmanifested files feature. I don't see the need to special case add functions for them.
Just like your other remark, if it is included by a tool, it would not be unmanifested.
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Right, so you had one such ePub - what would be good to know is if there are any more like that and how it got into that state. Was it a one-off manual edit of the manifest by someone. Or could it have even been somone running a "add unmanifested files to manifest" type feature from epub-fix or some other tool on it at some point. I have no idea about the books that Apple sells via its store for instance - do they all apply such an approach to their books?
I have no Idea how I got that book. I am sure that the files where not added by add unmanifested option of this plugin. But earlier edits with other tools? No Idea.
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In the 0.2.1 beta that I put up I added some code to remove from the manifest. So at least its removal will be clean.

As for losing your "official" cover - that I am less concerned about. Particularly longer term when this plugin has the ability to replace covers in the ePub.
Well, If you only have this cover, you should concern I think.
So to safely remove this file (and any unmanifested file) you should not only check manifestation, but also check every txt-based file (htm, html, xhtml, xml, ...) to look for direct links to this file.
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