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python library to manipulate PALM documents ?

Hi all,

anybody knows a python equivalent of the perl PALM::Doc module (and
eventually other PALM::).

I have a e-book device wich reads mobi-pocket format (among others). I
have downloaded from a forum a set of perl scripts to convert HTML to
unencripted mobipocket format and vice-versa. It uses the PALM:: package.
I would attempt (for my convenience and for the fun of it) to make a
python equivalent of that. Hence my quest for a Palm::Doc equivalent.

My googling up to now resulted in nothing relevant. Keeping searching ...

Ciao
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FB
Mar 24 '08 #1
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24 Mar 2008 13:36:13 GMT, Francesco Bochicchio <bo*****@virgilio.it>:
Hi all,

anybody knows a python equivalent of the perl PALM::Doc module (and
eventually other PALM::).

I have a e-book device wich reads mobi-pocket format (among others). I
have downloaded from a forum a set of perl scripts to convert HTML to
unencripted mobipocket format and vice-versa. It uses the PALM:: package.
I would attempt (for my convenience and for the fun of it) to make a
python equivalent of that. Hence my quest for a Palm::Doc equivalent.
I'm not sure if it is what you are after, but it seems to be, check this:
http://pypi.python.org/pypi/PalmDB/1.8.1
My googling up to now resulted in nothing relevant. Keeping searching ...

Ciao
-----
FB

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Mar 24 '08 #2
Il Mon, 24 Mar 2008 12:08:59 -0300, Guilherme Polo ha scritto:
24 Mar 2008 13:36:13 GMT, Francesco Bochicchio <bo*****@virgilio.it>:
>Hi all,

anybody knows a python equivalent of the perl PALM::Doc module (and
eventually other PALM::).

I have a e-book device wich reads mobi-pocket format (among others). I
have downloaded from a forum a set of perl scripts to convert HTML to
unencripted mobipocket format and vice-versa. It uses the PALM::
package. I would attempt (for my convenience and for the fun of it) to
make a python equivalent of that. Hence my quest for a Palm::Doc
equivalent.

I'm not sure if it is what you are after, but it seems to be, check
this: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/PalmDB/1.8.1
It could be. I read that mobipocket files may have extension .prc.

Ciao
----
FB

Mar 24 '08 #3

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