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 Readme for:  Utility » Text » Convert » clit.lha

Clit

Description: ConvertLIT - decrypt/read ebooks in LIT format
Download: clit.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 235kb
Version: 1.8
Date: 15 May 07
Author: Dan A. Jackson
Submitter: Thematic
Homepage: http://www.convertlit.com/
Category: utility/text/convert
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 2769
 
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ConvertLIT comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details
see the COPYING file or visit "http://www.gnu.org/license/gpl.html". 
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under 
certain conditions.  See the GPL license for details.

This program has three modes of operation: 
First, is ** EXPLOSION **, or the expanding of a .LIT file into an 
OEBPS compliant package.  
To explode, you type: clit <flags> <litfile.lit> <directory to explode into>
For Example:
        clit ebook-propietary.lit ebook-oebps   
If the directory does not exist, you MUST put a trailing  or / after it!

To disable creating multiple subdirectories, use the "-d" flag.

Second, is the DOWNCONVERTING of a .LIT file down to "Sealed", 
or DRM1 format for reading on handheld devices. 
To downconvert, you type:  clit <flags> <litfile.lit> <newlitfile.lit> 
For Example:
        clit "drm5 ebook.lit" ebook-open.lit

Third, is the INSCRIBING of a .LIT file which allows you to label 
your ebooks. This is very similar to downconverting, you just add 
a third argument: clit <flags> <litfile.lit> <newlitfile.lit> <inscription> 
For example: 
        clit ebook.lit inscribed.lit "the Library of Basil Frankweiler"

DRM5 is supported if you have a "keys.txt" file that contains
the private key(s) for your passport(s) in either the CLIT program
directory or the current directory. 
Use the -k<keyfile> flag to force the location of your keys.txt

This is a tool for **YOUR OWN FAIR USE** and not for stealing 
other people's ebooks.

Please do not use this program to distrbute illegal copies of ebooks.
        ... that would make Baby Jesus sad.


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