EBook Management Application

Calibre is an ebook library manager. It can view, convert and catalog
ebooks in most of the major ebook formats. It can also talk to a few
ebook reader devices. It can go out to the internet and fetch
metadata for your books. It can download newspapers and convert them
into ebooks for convenient reading. It is cross platform, running on
Linux, Windows and OS X.

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Filename Size Changed
calibre-4.23.0.tar.xz 0036908740 35.2 MB about 1 month
calibre-4.23.0.tar.xz.sig 0000000566 566 Bytes about 1 month
calibre-no-update.diff 0000001002 1002 Bytes about 4 years
calibre-python_test.patch 0000001368 1.34 KB 9 months
calibre-rpmlintrc 0000000160 160 Bytes almost 4 years
calibre-setup.install.py.diff 0000005903 5.76 KB over 3 years
calibre.changes 0000603711 590 KB about 1 month
calibre.desktop 0000000211 211 Bytes over 9 years
calibre.keyring 0000002225 2.17 KB over 2 years
calibre.spec 0000012599 12.3 KB about 1 month
Comments for calibre 4

Luigi Baldoni's avatar

alois wrote 2 days ago

5.0 is out!


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote 2 days ago

Can not build because sip5 (python-sip) is needed, which does not exists in openSUSE. Highest version from pyth-sip in use is 4.19.24. In pkgs.org I see this is also the highest version in all other distros. Don't know why upstream must use the new version. Whereat the stable version is 5 and version 4 will no longer supported. But stable version 5.4.0 can not downloaded. Only version 5.5.0dev.


Luigi Baldoni's avatar

alois wrote 2 days ago

You can use the pypi URL instead: https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/source/s/sip/sip-5.4.0.tar.gz

Or, if you feel adventurous, mercurial with a _service file.


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote 2 days ago

Thank you. I have try pythonhosted, but not find the right link. I don't like _service File. Will try it tomorrow. But think it takes some time till new version will be accepted.