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Old 05-07-2007, 11:22 PM   #1
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Arrow Pielrf - Text to LRF with Easy TOC, Headers, Curly-Quotes, etc. (Mac!)

Announcing pielrf, a Python command line tool to convert text to Reader LRF format -- provides more features than Sony Connect eBooks! Designed primarily for Mac OS X users, it works under Windows and Linux as well.

Current Version: 2.1.3
Added Preferences File, Verse and Justified Formatting, Extra ConvertLit formatting, Etc., Etc.!

Mac OS X GUI also available, thanks to simmepimme!

Features very easy Table of Content creation, top-of-page headers (ala Connect Store eBooks), curly quotes and paragraph autoflow, just to name a few.
pielrf -i flatland.txt -o flatland.lrf -t "Flatland" -a "Abbott, Edwin A."
This will create a book with chapters added to the Reader's Table of Contents Menu, a header at the top/right of every page with the book's title, all quotes converted to curly quotes, paragraphs indented and flowed, em-dashes, italics, boldface, etc., etc., etc.

Chapters / Table of Contents

To create chapters, simply add "<chapter>" before the chapter name.
<chapter>Chapter One -- The Beginning
This will add "Chapter One -- The Beginning" to the main Table of Contents Menu, along with an entry on the Table of Contents page at the beginning of the book.

Headers

The header displays the book title at the top-right of each page, just like Sony Connect EBooks. Pielrf can also use the current chapter name, the book title and chapter name, or no header at all. You can even specify a header from the command line!

Paragraphs

By default, pielrf automatically detects paragraphs. If it guesses wrong, you can force it to use the correct method.

Additional Features

+ Table of Contents Menu and Page via the <chapter> tag.
+ Top-of-Page headers
+ Curly (typographic) quotes.
+ Paragraph auto-flow.
+ Can make whole book Bold to increase contrast.
+ Understands HTML tags <i></i>, <b></b>, <center></center>, <sub></sub>, <sup></sup>, <p></p>, <h1></h1>-<h3></h3>.
+ Understands ALL HTML Ampersand tags - &amp;, &pound, &uumlat, etc.
+ Paragraphs can be delimited by tabs, spaces, vertical whitespace.
+ Font size / weight (bold) can be controlled from command line.
+ Ability to control almost everything else from the command line too!

Installation

Requires install of Python 2.5.The pielrf distribution includes -- and automatically installs -- required python modules Pylrs and ElementTree. Simply download and unzip, then go to the "pielrf-1.x" directory in the Terminal and type the following:
python setup.py install
Then to get a list of options...
pielrf -h
or
python pielrf -h
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Old 05-08-2007, 03:16 AM   #2
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Sounds good, Pie.

I notice you say "Can make whole book Bold to increase contrast". Do you find that specifying "bold" actually makes any difference? I use "Book Designer" to create my books and, in that, although "Bold" shows up fine in BD itself, it has absolutely no visual effect whatsoever on the Reader!

Does your tool support hyperlinks within a document? Those are very useful for things like footnotes, multiple-level TOCs in "anthologies", and so on.
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If you specify the option
--fontweight=800
You do indeed get boldface on the Reader.

EDIT: Version 1.6 adds a new flag to create a boldface book, so it's a bit easier
--bold
I also recommend increasing font size, since that seems to help a bit too.
--fontsize=100
It doesn't support hyperlinks, unfortunately. The tool is mainly for quick-and-easy generation of lrfs. Just add the <chapter> tags, and you're off and running.

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If you need support for links and bold I would suggest html2lrf. You can just add a little HTML markup to the txt source and be good to go.

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Sounds good, Pie.

I notice you say "Can make whole book Bold to increase contrast". Do you find that specifying "bold" actually makes any difference? I use "Book Designer" to create my books and, in that, although "Bold" shows up fine in BD itself, it has absolutely no visual effect whatsoever on the Reader!

Does your tool support hyperlinks within a document? Those are very useful for things like footnotes, multiple-level TOCs in "anthologies", and so on.
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Old 05-08-2007, 06:09 PM   #5
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Post Examples of Usage

The following posts give examples to the ease-of-use of pielrf.

First, Thomas More's Utopia. I moved the Gutenberg license to the end, and added <chapter> tags.

All in all, less than 5 minutes of preparation!
pielrf -i utopia.txt -o utopia.lrf -t Utopia -a "Thomas More"
Note that the paragraphs are REALLY LONG in Utopia (and so are the sentences).

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War of the Worlds

Another Gutenberg title, The War of the Worlds, this time the HTML version. All the headers where changed to <chapter> tags, and I had to remove the extraneous brief CSS definitions and html body tags. I think this one took about 10-15 minutes.
pielrf -i waroftheworlds.htm -o waroftheworlds.lrf -t "War of the Worlds" -a "H.G. Wells" -b html --headerstyle=titlechapter
Note the "-b html" to force html <p> paragraphs.

Also, the "--headerstyle=titlechapter" tag, which gives you a bit more "where am I?" info when you're reading.

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Short Story Collection

Here is a collection of short stories from the Story Bytes web site (they provide me with an e-mail address and some disk space). This illustrates the use of the <chapter> and <toctext> tags, as well as minor <center>, <br> and <i> formatting tags.

My favorite stories are A Moment of Indecision and The Bolsheviks were Ruthless.

It was generated with the following command:
pielrf -i wwi.txt -o wwi.lrf -t "StoryBytes Collected Stories: World War I" -a "M. Stanley Bubien" --headerstyle=chapter
Each header is the title of the current story you're reading.

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Old 05-10-2007, 04:11 PM   #8
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New version pielrf 1.6.

See the first post to download.
- Fixed DOS linebreak issue
- Added --bold command line switch to make whole book bold
- Added <toctext> flag for Table of Content
The "--bold" flag is simply a shortcut to the previously recommended "--fontweight=800" -- this sets all text to bold.

The new <toctext> places the given line of text at the current position in the table of contents page. It does not effect the Table of Contents Menu.

<toctext>Book I
<chapter>Chapter 1
Text for chapter 1...

<chapter>Chapter 2
Dadada...
<toctext>
<toctext>Book II
<chapter>Chapter 1
Creates a TOC Page...

Book I <--Text
Chapter 1 <--Button
Chapter 2 <--Button

Book II <--Text
Chapter 1 <--Button
The <chapter> tags create buttons, the <toctext> tags create plain text. A <toctext> alone on a line creates a vertical line break (blank line) in the Table of Contents -- as you can see in the example above, the break between "Chapter 2" and "Book II."

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Smile Pielrf 1.7 - Major Optimization Update

New version pielrf 1.7.

This is a major optimization update!

See the first post to download.
- Table of Content Menu Loads Instantly! No Waiting!!
- LRF Files are much smaller.
The Reader TOC Menu now loads instantly, and I mean... INSTANTLY! The fastest TOC previously was about 5 seconds, and now even my worse book (originally about 40 seconds!) loads right when you hit the TOC Menu (Button 5).

As an added benefit, the LRFs are about half the size as previous versions produced.

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Thumbs up pielrf 1.7 nice stuff

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New version pielrf 1.7.

This is a major optimization update!

See the first post to download.
- Table of Content Menu Loads Instantly! No Waiting!!
- LRF Files are much smaller.
The Reader TOC Menu now loads instantly, and I mean... INSTANTLY! The fastest TOC previously was about 5 seconds, and now even my worse book (originally about 40 seconds!) loads right when you hit the TOC Menu (Button 5).

As an added benefit, the LRFs are about half the size as previous versions produced.

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Oh, dear. I like it, I do.

baselineskip=120 is beautiful....

It did cough up and error on one of my files. I guess there was a quote at either the very end of a line, or the very begining of one, and the index-1 (or +1) wasn't valid. I made this little change and all was well:
Code:
--- pielrf      2007-05-15 00:36:01.000000000 -0230
+++ /usr/bin/pielrf     2007-05-15 17:11:38.000000000 -0230
@@ -632,7 +632,7 @@ def convert_curly_quotes(line):
                                # just an apostrophe
                                #
                                index = line.find("'",i+1)
-                               if index > -1 :
+                               if (index > 0) and (index < (len(line) - 1)): 
                                        if line[index-1].isalnum() and line[index+1].isspace() :
                                                do_open = True
                                        else :
I'm not really sure where to post bugs for this prog?

Thanks much,
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Thanks for the bug fix Lee. I'll add it and post it later tonight. Off to sushi right now.

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Thanks for the bug fix Lee. I'll add it and post it later tonight. Off to sushi right now.

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Hello,

I was thinking about this at work today, and I don't think my fix was very good...
You'ld probably want to check if the quote is at the beginning or end of the line and handle appropriately rather than ignoring it like I did.

Code:
if index == 0:
    #what to do if it starts the line
elif index == len(line)-1:
    #what to do if it ends the line
elif index > 0:
    #the code you already have for when it's 
    #floating around in the middle of the line
or something like that.
Just thought I'ld quickly mention that before I forgot about it, now I go back to work.

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Hi Lee.

Thanks for the comments. Actually, your fix was dead-on.

Turns out the default case for the single-quotes will handle what you're talking about above. Even your questions about "boundary conditions" (end-of-line -- technically, end of paragraph -- and whatnot) would be handled correctly.

The part that caused the crash is a check for the NEXT single-quote, not the one the algorithm is currently changing into curly-open/close. Why I do this involves typographic conventions for contractions ("tell 'im to go to away") vs. quotations ('go away') -- they're different. The algorithm is trying to decide the "right thing" by looking ahead. Avoiding the crash is what matters at that point, and then the default case will be correct (if next quote's at end-of-line, the current one is an open-quote).

I just have to post your fix as promised... and I don't have "too much sushi!" as an excuse this morning.

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Pielrf 1.7.1

Pielrf 1.7.1

Maintenance fix for crash with a single quote residing at the end-of-paragraph.

Thanks to Lee.

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Pie,

Would you like to write a short note about your tool in the "Book Creation Tutorials" thread in the "Book Uploads" forum section? That way it will be easy for people to find. I'm sure it would greatly interest many people.
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