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Old 08-27-2009, 08:08 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by macr0t0r View Post
Since most of my eBook collection is in Non-DRM eReader format, I've created a FileType "on_import" plugin that converts the PDB file to a perfectly formatted HTML file...
I'm assuming you are doing this because of the limitations of the current PML to HTML code. Would you care to share your changes so the current PML to HTML conversion can be improved?

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Originally Posted by macr0t0r View Post
It appears that the HTML to Zip is not truly a plugin (at least it's not in the Plugin folder of the source code). Is there a way I can call it or refer to it in my plugin?
HTML2ZIP is a FileTypePlugin and you should be able to call it just like any other plugin. It is located in calibre.customize.builtins. It isn't in the plugins folder because it is a builtin plugin.
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