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read comments inside chapter block: DONE
display chapter block: DONE
display book name: DONE
add book name to displayed book: DONE
add chapter names to displayed book:DONE
use keyboard shortcut to insert a new chapter block:DONE,buggy on noah side
able to export the book into a pdf file: BUG, cannot save the pdf file
improve the structure of the book and the logic behind to make it more useful
single file version done, publish it
feature that allows the user to press the html page and go to the location of the function declaration
generate a book from multiple files
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