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    Can someone explain the difference? It's not clear from the iSilo site.

    I don't use it as an AvantGo alternative, as many seem to. I use it mainly to convert Word documents and/or emails that I want to take with me. I've been using W32, but now I'm wondering if X has more functionality...
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    I believe iSiloX is the converter program compiled for OS X.
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    Originally posted by sowens
    I believe iSiloX is the converter program compiled for OS X.
    No, iSiloX is the latest version of what used to be iSiloWeb (the desktop program which converts html to isilo format). There is a GUI version and iSiloXC which is the command line version (useful for scripting). The GUI has versions for Mac and Windows. The command-line has versions for Windows, Mac, Linux, BSD, and Solaris.
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