Add epub builder

Georg Brandl avatarGeorg Brandl created an issue

For more info, see http://bugs.python.org/issue5364.

Comments (7)

  1. Roland Meister

    Hi, for your information.

    I just recently created an experimental epub from the sphinx documentation. It only required minor tweaks (remove javascript links, strip down css) resulting in a simple theme. I did not have to edit the created HTML files. The tedious part was creating the meta infomation contained in the files content.opf and toc.ncx. I actually edited the files by hand, although in principle sphinx could create the files. I attach a diff that contains the local theme and the tar containing the meta information needed for the epub. Extract the archive in _build/html and run build.sh to recreate the epub.

  2. Anonymous

    Gosh guys, you rock!

    I've just started using Sphinx for all my technical documentations and really liked an epub output writer ... and here it is!!

    You rock!

    Keep up the good work!

  3. Anonymous

    It sounds like an epub version of the docs exists now. Is there someplace I can download it?

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