I found a program to convert "html o xhtml" and .txt to epub format.
Its name is "eCub" an it is a solution about you are talking. For
example, if you make a document in .odt format, then you can select the
"export" option in "File" menu and save as "html o xhtml" and then with
this "eCub" program you can do it. I did an example and it was good (But
it was made with a simple document and I don't know how is going on with
a complex document)
You can find it here:
It is able for GNU/Linux, Mac and Windows
El sáb, 11-02-2012 a las 12:37 -0600, Ron Johnson escribió:
On 02/11/2012 11:20 AM, Pedro wrote:
1st - if we continue this, and I would not mind at all, how about we
kick it over to the discuss list?
Unfortunately this is not a Forum, we can not move topics :) We would have
to start all over at the Discuss mailing list...
Cross-post? It does have an occasional valid purpose... :)
How does being physically handicapped make me Differently-Abled?
What different abilities do I have?
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