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Sigil (application)

Sigil
Original author(s) Strahinja Marković
Developer(s) John Schember
Initial release 2009 (2009)
Stable release 0.8.2 / 28 November 2014 (2014-11-28)[1]
Written in C++ (Qt)
Operating system Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
Available in English
Type Desktop publishing software
License GNU GPLv3
Website /sigil/p.com.googlecode

Sigil is an open-source editor for EPUB e-books developed by Strahinja Marković in 2009.[2]

As a cross-platform application, Sigil is distributed for the Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platforms under the GNU GPL license. Sigil supports both WYSIWYG and code-based editing of EPUB files, as well as the import of HTML and plain text files.[3][4]

Maintainer John Schember announced the discontinuation of Sigil in February 2014, recommending calibre as an alternative.[5] In September 2014, he wrote that development was to continue at a slower pace.[6]

Contents

  • Features 1
  • References 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Features

Sigil's features include:[7]

  • Full UTF-16 and EPUB 2 specification support
  • Multiple views: book, code and preview view
  • WYSIWYG editing in book view
  • Table of contents generator with multi-level heading support
  • Metadata editor with full support for all metadata entries
  • Spell checking with default and user configurable dictionaries
  • Full regular expression (PCRE) support for find and replace
  • Supports import of EPUB and HTML files, images, and style sheets,
  • FlightCrew EPUB integration for EPUB compliance validator
  • Integrated API to external HTML and graphics editors

References

  1. ^ Schember, John (2014-11-28). "Sigil 0.8.2 Released". Retrieved 2014-11-29. 
  2. ^ Schember, John (25 July 2011). "Taking over Sigil". Sigil development blog. Retrieved 8 August 2011. 
  3. ^ Benthin, Falko (4 August 2009). "Freier epub-Editor Sigil erschienen".  
  4. ^ Diedrich, Oliver. "Der kleine E-Autor: E-Books im Epub-Format selbst erstellen".  
  5. ^ Schember, John (9 Feb 2014). "Sigil's spiritual successor". Sigil development blog. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  6. ^ Schember, John (21 September 2014). "Sigil Status Update". Sigil development blog. Retrieved 29 September 2014. 
  7. ^ Chris von Eitzen (2012-10-31), Sigil EPUB ebook editor 0.6.0 released,  

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • Old code repository
  • Sigil development blog
  • Sigil users' forum
  • Ebook editing with Sigil LWN.net, 2011
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