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Old 02-03-2012, 11:22 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by kovidgoyal View Post
And it will only handle files not subfolders. For me, the use case is to easily add individual files I get in my email, or from a website without needing to switch to calibre. It's not clear how to interpret a folder full of books. Are all those files for the same book, or different books? In the normal add process, the user tells calibre how to make that interpretation.
Would it be possible to add an option regarding how to handle folders? The calibredb command line has the -1 option for treating directories as single books (with different formats). Perhaps calibre could use the one ebook per file rule by default unless the option for one ebook per folder is selected.
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