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Old 07-15-2009, 09:59 AM   #3
Hadrien
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
A related question: if you use a tool such as Calibre to convert, say, a MobiPocket book to ePub, will it automatically split the file into 300k "flows"? The reason I ask is that I create all my books as one single HTML file, and it would be a great deal of work to have to manually split them up.
It will and Calibre will try to use the h1/h2/h3 tags as much as it can to do so.
For Feedbooks, our script is based on Xpath expressions to divide a source HTML into multiple flows (parts, chapters, sections and text flows). They're both quite similar from a user perspective, except that we don't force flows to be 300k long.
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