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June 20, 2011, 17:23

Nice! I like pdf and html, but will read epub with a FireFox addon (www.epubread.com).

Take a look at asciidoc. Documents, (e)books, etc., are written in text and than translated to html, pdf, epub, docbook, etc. I use it for documentation and notes, including math notes (w/the help of asciimathml js). Write it once in text without a lot of messy markup, but the final output can be any format. Good example at the link below --- although it supports most ebook readers, it looks like it doesn't support kindle.

http://www.methods.co.nz/asciidoc/publishing-ebooks-with-asciidoc.html

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June 21, 2011, 15:57

I wrote it in LaTeX. Looks like it will be trickier to convert it to epub, but still shouldn't be too difficult. LaTeX is LateX afterall.

Ken Jackson Permalink
March 03, 2012, 17:49

I googled "latex to epub" and there seem to be lots of solutions.
I'd like to buy this book, and I will if it's an EPUB, but I'm not going to buy a PDF book.

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