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Old 10-24-2011, 09:56 AM   #1
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GUI Plugin help for Custom Export Script

In case anyone is interested, I just "finished" a script that exports all books in separate folders according to book type. It took me awhile because I'm new to python. I actually did it in perl first (which I'm quite used to) then I converted it to python. You may want to change some of the variables to suit your system.

Please, If someone can help me to make this work from a button in the calibre gui, or improve on the script in general, I would be grateful. As it is, it is a linux cli script.

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Hopefully someone here can give you some guidance or point you to some examples to help you out.
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There is a detailed tutorial on how to create plugins for calibre here: http://manual.calibre-ebook.com/creating_plugins.html

That will tell you how to run your script from within the calibre GUI
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