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README.md

Booksquisher User's Guide README

Booksquisher

This is the AsciiDoc source for the Booksquisher User's Guide.

The Booksquisher User's Guide is hosted at https://www.booksquisher.com.

Release versions of the Booksquisher User's Guide in EPUB3, Kindle AZW3, PDF, and HTML5 formats can be found in the wwwroot directory. Netlify uses the versions in this directory to host the www.booksquisher.com website.

Not surprisingly you build this book using Booksquisher. The content of the Booksquisher User's Guide explains how.

So What Exactly is Booksquisher?

Booksquisher is a containerized, multi-format book creation system based on Asciidoctor and the build scripts used to generate the open source book Pro Git, 2nd Edition, written by Scott Chacon and Ben Straub. Booksquisher consists of a Docker image containing all the tools, example book templates located on GitHub, and the Booksquisher User's Guide located at www.booksquisher.com. You are currently reading a part of the source for the Booksquisher User's Guide, which is hosted on GitHub.

Important Booksquisher Links:

Other Key Links:

Who Created the Booksquisher User's Guide?

I'm Michael Marmor, the creator of the Booksquisher Docker image, User's Guide, and Example Book Templates.