Introduction A very common use of the Lua language (which is a very versatile) is using Lua to extend an application via plugins. Many popular games use Lua for this very purpose. Adding a plugin framework to an existing application is trivial with Lua. Also, Lua provides a very capable and easy to use language … Continue reading Extending an Application with Lua Plugins
The next release of Sigil is shaping up nicely. There is so much going into it that the next release will be 0.6.0. Unfortunately, EPUB 3 will not be one of the features making it into 0.6.0. One major change coming will be a new BookView (BV) editor. Here is an unfished preview of what … Continue reading Sigil BookView Changes Preview
Thanks to Grzegorz Wolszczak Sigil now (will be part of the 0.5 release) allows users to change keyboard shortcuts for many actions. Grzegorz has been helping out a lot and helped to introduce a preferences dialog and provided user configurable keyboard shortcuts.
It has been a few weeks since I've done a calibre week in review. This is partly because I had been working on some new features for the upcoming 0.8 release. I haven't wanted to talk about it very much until the release gets closer. Kovid said yesterday that he will be reviewing my changes … Continue reading Calibre Weeks in Review
Once again this is a big week with a lot of little changes. The majority of which were related to TXT input. Format Specifications I was thinking about the fact that for all of the formats I support I use the format specification to know how the reading and writing should happen and how they … Continue reading Calibre Week in Review
This is really a two week in review because I didn't do one last week. The past two weeks I didn't focus on major changes. I mainly spent my time with little tweaks and closing out bugs. All of these little changes didn't feel like I accomplished very much but getting them all together it … Continue reading Calibre Week in Review
TXT input got some more work. It now supports the Textile markup language. This can be used in place of Markdown. Textile is also supported by the new auto-detection in TXT input. FB2 output had some more bug fixes. The cover image is now put inside of the coverpage element in the metadata header. This … Continue reading Calibre Week in Review