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First you'll need a modern version of Node.js. Install whatever is current (not LTS); at least v12.10.0 is necessary.
npm install -g worm-scraper
This will take a while as it downloads this program and its dependencies from the internet. Once it's done, try to run it, by typing:
If this outputs some help documentation, then the installation process went smoothly. You can move on to assemble the eBook by typing
This will take a while, but will eventually produce a
If you'd like to get Ward instead of Worm, use
EPUB is one of the primary eBook formats, but it is not recognized by all readers, including most Amazon Kindle devices. You can use an online converter or other tool to convert EPUB to Kindle MOBI, or any other format.
Alternately, if you are a developer, a pull request adding support for MOBI output would be appreciated; please open an issue to discuss how you plan to proceed.
This project makes a lot of fixups to the original text, mostly around typos, punctuation, capitalization, and consistency. You can get a more specific idea of what these are via the code; there's
convert-worker.js, where some things are handled generally, and
substitutions.json, for one-off fixes.
This process is designed to be extensible, so if you notice any problems with the original text that you think should be fixed, file an issue to let me know, and we can update the fixup code so that the resulting eBook is improved. (Or better yet, send a pull request!)