fanfic2ebook is a simple tool with a simple purpose: To make it as easy as possible for me to copy a fanfic to my pocket eBook reader and run out the door. (At the moment, I’m too busy to apply my usual care for other users, but I’m picky enough that it should be simple and fairly usable.) By omitting the format conversion, it can also be used as a simple tool for archiving fanfiction.
The calibre integration (used for LRF and ePub output) has only been tested on Linux but a friend of mine successfully uses the basic downloading and bundling functionality as an input for his Windows-based text-to-speech system. Theoretically, it should work on any operating system where the dependencies are met. (Windows, Linux, OSX, etc.)
Basic example usage (For detailed instructions, see the output of
fanfic2lrf http://www.fanfiction.net/s/2830860/1/ http://www.fanfiction.net/s/1744410/1/
fanfict2ebook is licensed under the GNU GPL 2.0 or later and is available as a Zip or Tar archive or by cloning the git repository. Ready-to-run windows executables are also available. Please report any bugs in the issue tracker.
foo</p><p>barto work around a shortcoming in html2lrf. (It doesn’t produce a paragraph break the way browser renderers do in such situations)