Rbmake is a "book maker" for the Rocket eBook. It consists of a set of command line tools and some library routines which make it easy to assemble or disassemble .rb files, the book format native to the ReB.
|Tags||Internet Web Software Development Libraries Text Processing Markup HTML/XHTML multimedia Graphics|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The library (and rbburst) can read markup from the REB1100's annotation file. The dictionary-building code was enhanced to allow multiple keywords to point at a single definition. Other minor changes and bugfixes were also made.
Release Notes: This release has added man pages for the utilities, enhanced the Image-Edge-Enhancement setting to allow multiple settings based on match rules (since anti-aliased maps look best processed at the highest level, but images don't), added the Auth-Info option file setting so you can choose to include Web authorization information (if you feel comfortable with that), and some more library interface polishing, and fixed a few bugs.
Release Notes: A fix for a crash bug in rbmake's markup extraction, enhancements to the HTTP password-realm support, and support for rbburst to extract markup into pages that it is unjoining.
Release Notes: Ability to specify how many links deep rbmake should go (e.g. -f3) and the maximum number of HTML/text pages to fetch (e.g. -N100), password-protected Web page support, CGI pages with '&'s fetch properly, and dictionary creation (-k) is working once again. The library has received a major upgrade in its interfaces so that it is more consistent in its naming, uses accessors for structure values (to make future binary compatibility possible), and only requires the inclusion of a single .h file in your source (out of the 2 installed).
Release Notes: This release no longer uses ImageMagick to improve the quality of B&W image converstions. Also new is FONT-tag tracking and conversion into the ReB's two available FONT sizes, a library hook to allow custom image processing, and other minor features and bugfixes.