Well, after taking an extended break, I have tackled the goal of learning enough C# to be functional.
Sunday, I was trying to get a bunch of text files into a usable format for my Kindle. I grabbed Calibre from http://calibre-ebook.com/ and tried it, but could not easilly get a good index from it to use for easy referance.
Monday morning, I grabbed a book on C# for my Kindle, read a chunk of it, and then proceded to build TextToHtml. It has one function: It takes a bunch of text files, combines them into an HTML document, and adds an Index at the beginning with all the textfile names and hyperlinks to them on the same page.
Dump that into Calibr, and it can make a mobi out of it with a Table of Contents ready and waiting.
This is also good for making webpages of grouped stories, or for dumping a lot of data to your phone/tablet in a semi-organized manner.
And nope, I probably won't take the time to update it unless I need more function, and not sure about handing out the source. Nor am I going to give it a secure cert for install or make it pretty. It's a useful rusty saw, not a diamond sword of happiness.
Comments are welcome, hope it helps some of you. And you can request features, but don't get bent out of shape if I don't make them.
Download here: TextToHtml