Originally Posted by cmumford
[*]It's slow.[*]When there's an error it's very difficult to figure out what's wrong with the LRS.[/list]
Both are already solved. There are two "homemade" parsers available (both are working 30-100 times faster than XYLogParser:
1st works for Reader (by <-=AlexXF=-), but not for Librie:
2nd, for both Reader and Librie:
There ia a lrfFIX program that fixes LRF files created with XYLogParser, the problem was in improper calculation of xOr key for scrampling by XYLogParser.
Book Designer with new parsers becomes almost perfect solution for LRF books, with 2 clicks the LRF book can be created in less than a minute from html, rtf, txt, doc, fb2, rb,...
New version with sizable books is expected soon (we all hope).