|09-01-2011, 11:30 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2011
Command-line conversion formats
I am lovin using the command-line in Calibre.. faaast!
I am going through and 'cleaning up' lots of my books, and I have no problem using the 'find and replace' function in the gui, and have even mastered(?) regex. When I convert using the gui, I hit the wizard buttion and the original file is shown in html. I then go through and look for stuff to remove, change class attributes etc.
How can I do this in the command line? The GUI must do a 'partial' convert to show the file in the initial html, but I cant get it to do that with the command line. I have tried converting it to html, oeb, (no extention) and in each case it converts it to html, but with the calibre css tags (i.e. Calibre12, 16, etc). In most cases I have found that it is easier to find the stuff you need to replace in the html format presented by the wizard, particularly text documents etc... though I am not 100% sure where this formatting comes from in the first place. I can use the wizard to look at two different text files and they may have totally different style of html(?)
Any advice much appreciated.
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