Looking for a free text converter? Look no more, upload your Creole 1.0 files and convert them to FictionBook2 e-book files. Yes, it’s that easy.
Converting from Creole 1.0
Creole is a markup language, aimed at being a common markup language for wikis. It’s lightweight and tries to enable and simplify the transfer of content between different wiki engines. The design is based on a comparision of different major wiki engines and using the most common markup. But to be honest, the adoption is limited. Many systems offer it as an option, but only few use it by default. And why should they? They can come here and convert any text format in any other text format for free anyway. If you want to use it though, go for it! Happy converting!
The files end with
.creole by default.
Converting to FictionBook2 e-book
FictionBook is an open (nice!) XML-based e-book format, that’s pretty popular in Russia. The format doesn’t specify the appearance of the document, it describes it’s structure. There are special tags for epigraphs, verses, quotations and a few more. It also contains the ebook metadata (author name, title, publisher) and is great for automatic processing and indexing. And the best thing: It’s DRM-free. In contrast to ePub it’s a single XML file, even images are embedded (as Base64). That’s how e-books should work I guess. If you’re wondering how e-books should not work, read a little bit about how ePub works.The files end with
.fb2by default. More about FictionBook2 e-book files