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convert reddit stories and comments into ebooks

Project Description

Convert stories and comments from reddit into epubs

It doesn’t require Pandoc any longer and is a pure Python program now. ebooklib currently has a bug, so I’m shipping out a patched version until it gets fixed

Requirements: PyYaml. pyprind, praw, mistune:

Usage: reddit2ebook configfile output-directory

The configfile should be in the following format:

    author: /u/GallowB00b
    title: Assorted Works
    cover: Gallow.jpg
    lang: en
        - url
        - url
        - url

    author: /u/airz24
    title: The Missing Keys
    cover: keyboard.jpg
    lang: en
        - url
        - url
        - url

author, title, cover and lang are all optional

The older format is also supported:

    - url
    - url
    - url

You can use regular links for the submissions and permalinks for comments. If the link has a trailing slash its a submission, if not a comment. This is the default behaviour when copy-pasting the links from the browser, but sometimes people link to the comment section instead of the submission, simply adding a trailing slash will give you the submission text then

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