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Old 01-25-2010, 10:23 AM   #5
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I'm a software developer, so I like to work with programming languages. And ideally, I'd incorporate it into my book generating script. Which started from just creating a mobipocket book to splitting my main HTML file into seperate files, create an epub, including a custom font and a toc file, check that epub and finally create a mobipocket file... And I'd like to add PDF to that script... All with only one source...
I'd appreciate a tool to convert ePUB to PDF using LaTeX

I prefer ePUB as a source rather than HTML because ePUB is better for distribution (it's already an ebook format). Since ePUB has HTML under the hood, you don't have to lose anything either.
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