Originally Posted by James Bryant
I have quite a lot of books in OEB (one OPF plus a number of HTM chapters and JPG illustrations) which I should like to shrink to a single HTML file per book (I do not need the illustrations in most cases).
This can, obviously, be done manually (i.e. once a year - apologies to Peter Sellars) but it seems a simple task and there may well be software to do it for me. As an extremely busy bear of little brain something with a Windows GUI is probably easier to learn than something called by DOS but I'll do what I must.
A search has produced too much information and I wondered if anyone could point me to suitable software, please?
James the lazy
Well you could use MobiPerl...
opf2mobi --outfile file.mobi file.opf
opf2mobi --outfile file.mobi --htmlfile file.html file.opf