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Old 01-14-2020, 05:51 PM   #1
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calibre in a low graphics environment?

well, this may be a touch messy. Note to self, see how mobileread works in your normal browser! in any case, my name is Karen, and I am wondering if there is, or was, ever calibre for dos? thanks, Kare
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Not as such, there's a comprehensive set of command line tools.

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Old 01-18-2020, 06:39 PM   #3
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Much appreciation for that link. Still, if the environment itself is far
from a low graphics one, I am unsure if those command line tools would
be especially helpful. granted I am profoundly new to the family, but I
am wondering if there is a process for developing an edition in say DOS?
Which is itself still under development.
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Calibre uses the Qt framework to do a lot of the UI heavy lifting, I don't know if Qt can target a DOS (character mode) platform - I suspect not, but have a look for yourself ==>> https://www.qt.io/

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Well, that is something to share with both the dos ain't
dead list, and the developers of freedos...although that is
not the edition of DOS I run. Still, it does say all
platforms so, there is a tiny light of hope. Kare

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Calibre uses the Qt framework to
do a lot of the UI heavy lifting, I don't know if Qt can
target a DOS (character mode) platform - I suspect not, but
have a look for yourself ==>> https://www.qt.io/

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