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The ebook Dive into Python 3 is available on GitHub. This script creates the HTML and PDF versions.

Is it possible to generate an ePUB version from this on Linux?

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Sure it is. You should try Calibre (sudo apt-get install calibre, see this Web page. It should be enough for just about any conversion. If for any reason you do not like it, try this Web page for alternatives.

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Forgot to tell: not to convert pdf to epub (will work crappy), would rather base on the html version. Will it work in this case too? – marmistrz Nov 30 '13 at 13:06
Calibre can do just about anything. Should you be unhappy with the outcome, the second link I posted has alternatives. – MariusMatutiae Nov 30 '13 at 13:08

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