Python 2.7.1 Tutorial in EPUB format


UPDATE (October 1st, 2012): need a reason to switch to Python 3? Well, it got a brand new shiny EPUB documentation!

While on the quest to exploit my ebook reader I have converted the Python Tutorial (version 2.7.1) in EPUB format; Python official documentation doesn’t support this format yet, it’s a known issue.

This is just a quick & dirty script-based conversion: I did it because, after all, the Python documentation format is rather easy to understand. Anyway, there are surely some minor or major conversion mistakes here and there due to the automatic processing… Report them at will.πŸ™‚


About Paolo Bernardi

I'm a (mad) computer scientist and software engineer!
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19 Responses to Python 2.7.1 Tutorial in EPUB format

  1. Wae Bee says:

    It’s very nice, thanks a lot.

  2. P Garigue says:

    Thanks you so much.

    It is so much easier to read the epub format on my Samsung Galaxy S than the PDF version of your tutorial.

    Again grazie mille
    P Garigue

  3. Max says:


  4. Ray says:

    Thanks, man

  5. andrew says:

    tnx man your awesome it help me a lot tnx a lot

  6. Rob says:

    This is much better than the PDF version which looked horrible on my eReader. Thanks for doing this for all of us!

  7. lucalanziani says:

    Grazie, ne farΓ² buon usoπŸ˜‰

  8. ashay says:

    can you share the script of how u converted it into epub? or any tools u used?

  9. Sergey says:

    Thanks a lot! My way home will be much more interesting.

  10. Bubba Smith says:

    Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.

  11. Wenzao says:

    Thank you so much! This is great!

  12. Leo says:

    Great job!
    Thanks a lot!

  13. dragkh says:

    Thank you

  14. Abhi says:

    Dude, thanks so much!πŸ™‚

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