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At this point the last command above: made a single PDF with all my html files and in the right order for me. After a bit of trial and error I found the configuration perfect for my kindle.
that I can use to read my chm book easily, and with images too.
Everything fine, but this is not enough for me, as my extracted chm contains many html files, and I want them all in one pdf.
So I varied the command above by inserting a wildcard: This made a unique PDF file containing all my html files, but they were not in the order I wanted them.
So I followed every step and at the end I get an error message and no PDF. Note that the chm file may contain many many html files, so you better use as output directory a specifically created, empty one.
I installed libchm-bin, then extracted the chm to a folder, then installed htmldoc and then, when I load it, I choose book and get an error message about no pages being generated and if I remember choosing webpage mode. after this, your destination directory now contains an directory structure, and in one of the subdirectories a long list of HTML files that are the sections of your chm. At this point the HTML files are ready to be converted into a single PDF.
I have about thousand of such files to convert to pdf and the software distributed with Smartboard allows only to export to pdf one-by-one. ZIP files with a manifest (used like a spine in ebooks) that allow you to navigate through the page files inside the notebook.
And page files are SVG format files, so you can convert them easily on Linux, but there are tools for Windows too (and even online tools - I don't know about using them for $ unzip -l Untitled.notebook Archive: Untitled.notebook Length Date Time Name --------- ---------- ----- ---- 11715 2013-08-21 page13770952834841251 2013-08-21 7137 2013-08-21 page0--------- ------- 20103 3 files By running svg2pdf, I can get both pages to convert to PDF correctly.
The links go to the full maintainer report page, which includes info and experimental tags and overridden tags, rather than the default page that shows only errors and warnings.