Using custom command

Hi !

I’ve recently started to search for something that allows me to download chapters from a website, and to convert into epub files. A GitHub repositery corresponded prefectly to my intent, so i tried using it. While i know the basics in programmation and can (now) work my way around in GitHub as a beginner, there is still an issue with it. I need to use a custom command, in my case “./RRL2epub rrl:1439”, but Git Bash keeps displaying “command not found”. I did clone the repositery and then execute Git Bash while being inside the folder, but to no avail. I would greatly appreciate if someone could point me the correct way to use it :slight_smile: !

Thanks in advance

If you’re asking how to use the piece of software that you found in a repository on GitHub, the best way to contact the maintainers of that software is to:

  1. Check the README for instructions on how to operate the software, pointers to documentation or troubleshooting info
  2. Check the SUPPORT file, if one exists
  3. Check the CONTRIBUTING guide, if one exists

All of these documents can be found, if they exist, in the repository where you found the software itself.

I hope that helps!

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