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Calibre2opds 3.5 final

I have decided that it is time to move the 3.5 release into a ‘final’ state.   Giving it a ‘final’ label may encourage those who do not like to run software labelled as ‘beta’ the confidence to move to this release. The 3.5 release has had lots of bug fixes since the 3.4 release as well as ton of new features.  There are also some under-the-covers performance related changes that should significantly reduce the time taken to generate a large catalog if you are generating both the XML and the HTML versions of the catalog.

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  1. Anatoly Tkach
    29/10/2017 at 22:36

    I tried to use the OPDS catalog generated using Calibre2opds v3.5 (stored on the pCloud public folder) with two different e-reading apps on Android:
    In FBReader all books are perfectly presented, but the download links for them are not.
    In Moon+ the catalog menu is loaded, but when I tap on Authors or All books the following error is popped up: No validated OPDS content

  2. itimpi
    30/10/2017 at 05:24

    I have no experience of pCloud, so I do not know if it is compatible with Calibre2opds generated catalogs. Most cloud services seem not to be as they are not capable of functioning as if they were a web server, although your description suggests that pCloud might be OK.

    Does the HTML version of the Calibre2opds generated catalog work (including the download links) using a browser? If it does not then there is no chance of the OPDS version working? Also I have had previous reports of the Moon+ reader having problems with some OPDS catalogs although I do not know why.

    BTW: comments here are easily missed. You are more likely to get noticed if you post to the Related Tools area of the Calibre forum on mobileread.com.

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