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Old 07-22-2009, 05:43 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by dieterf View Post
@itimpi: I own an BSD-Unix named "Mac OS X" ;-)

@kovidgoyal: Nice to read.

It could by designed like the "browse books by tag" plus "all books"

All books
- (as exists, possible sort by "?configured?")
Authors
- abc
- - book 1
- - book 2
- def
- - book x
- - book y
Series
...
Tags

Each level are a separate view (html/feed). Navigation by step in and step out.

What you think?
itimpi's script does that, and does it quite well. One of the drawbacks, though, is the script only generates static .xml files and everytime you add a book to Calibre, you'd need to re-run the script.

The navigation (step in, step out) is inherent in Stanza's online catalog handling.
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