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Old 12-07-2008, 03:03 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by itimpi View Post
There are quite a few differences !

The first is that it can be run on a web server that is not the PC running Calibre (which applies to me)
I see. Thanks for the info. So, what do you do.. you still have to put the library on the web server, right? So, why not run calibre-server on that PC?

Also, I would bet that Kovid would accept patches that improved the navigation of the web server program.

I was just asking because you requested to know if this was a "duplicate" effort and it does seem to be similar to calibre-server work.

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