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Old 11-02-2009, 02:42 PM   #15
nrapallo
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I'm having trouble converted Calibre generated LIT files to IMP.
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This tool was developed about 5 years ago when there were only MS-commissioned .lit ebooks and so the program, Lit2sb.exe, does not know how to handle any of the inconsistencies introduced by the calibre .lit encoding method.

However, I was able to RESURRECT the original Lit2sb Perl script and so it can be manipulated (re-coded) to suit! At the time I had "extracted" that Perl script, I also "tweaked" it to better produce .imp ebooks so I can and have produced new windows executables of lit2sb.exe.

I mainly wrote the INSTRUCTIONS on how to effectively use this tool so my knowledge of this program comes only from reading the Perl code. I could recompile it quite easily if you know the exact patches you need implemented (otherwise there may be some heavy debugging to do ).

Either send me a problematic .lit file or attach it here and let's see what's needs to be done to make this work for calibre generated .lit ebooks.
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