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Old 02-15-2012, 02:38 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by slobberchopz View Post
Please, is there no one with an intimate knowledge of the calibre API can write a short ten or less lines of code that will retrieve the selected book in the requested format - I mean, shouldn't some basic functions that a plugin might use be easily available? Or documented? If so, can someone at least direct me to that information/example/documentation??

@jmaejr: I still have your email in mind. I haven't yet got around to the html reading part. Preferably, I would make a calibre plugin and let calibre read the html (no need to convert to htmlz) and give me the xhtml format. This would save a lot of time, errors, and debugging... Why reinvent the wheel?
Open With plugin will call a specific book format (or file) and pass it to the comandline call of an external program.
Take a peek.
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