|André Hilbig 7c08ddf22d|
readclip reads the My\ Clippings.txt from your kindle device and exports it to Markdown.
You will need to have python3 with argparse module (should be by default) installed.
My\ Clippings.txt from your Kindle device. Usually all your highlighting and notes are
exported with the marked text in that plain text file.
Hint: If you copy a pdf directly on your device, the Clippings-file gets empty. You'll need to send the pdf via email to your kindle. I really don't know why or how you can do it without amazon. If someone knows how to do that, please tell me.
python readClip.py [-b Booktitle] [-i path/to/Clippings.txt]
You can use the bash to save the output to a file: python readClip.py > output.md
You can search for one booktitle with -b or just print all books. It is not neccessary to include the whole title, it is enough to find a matching with the title. If you have a lot of similar titles, you may want to specify the search. Otherwise just the first finding will get printed.
Per default the script searches for
My\ Clippings.txt in the working directory.
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