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PHPePub allows a php script to generate ePub Electronic books on the fly, and send them to the user as downloads. The projects is also hosted on PHPClasses.org at the addresses: http://www.phpclasses.org/package/6115 PHPePub is meant to be easy to use for small projects, and still allow for comples and complete e-books should the need arise. The Zip.php class in this project originates from http://www.phpclasses.org/package/6110 or on Github: git://github.com/Grandt/PHPZip.git See the examples for example usage. The php files have "some" doumentation in them in the form of Javadoc style function headers. TODO: * A LOT, there is a new version (tentatively version 2.15) being written remodelling a lot of the class structure. The goal being to encompas the majority of the features in teh ePub 2.0 specification, except the Daisy type files. * Add support for Multiple NavPoint levels, ie. allowing for multiple books or articlesin in a single ePub file. * Add better handling of Reference structures. * Add full coverage of all Dublin Core meta tags supported by the ePub 2.01 specification. * Add full coverage of all Marc Codes recommended by the ePub 2.01 specification. * Improve handling of media types and linked files. * A/V content is allowed, but definitely not recommended, and MUST have a fallback chain ending in a valid file. If no such chain is provided, the content should not be added. * Documentation, no one reads it, but everyone complains if it is missing. * Better examples to fully cover the capabilities of the EPub classes. * more TODO's. * ePub 3.0.