GitBook Toolchain Documentation

This document aims to be a comprehensive guide to the GitBook command line tool, version 3.2.3. This is the same toolchain used by the legacy GitBook platform, living at Help for using the platform can be found at If you are looking for the new GitBook service, head to

What is gitbook?

gitbook is a command line tool (and Node.js library) for building beautiful books using GitHub/Git and Markdown (or AsciiDoc). This documentation has been generated using `gitbook.

gitbook can output your content as a website (customizable and extensibles) or as an ebook (PDF, ePub or Mobi). is the online platform to create and host books built using the GitBook format. It offers hosting, collaboration features and an easy-to-use editor.

Help and Support

If you have problems with the toolchain, you can search for or open a discussion on GitHub.

Check out the GitBook Community Slack Channel for help, and stay updated by following @GitBookIO on Twitter or GitBook on Facebook.


Some questions are frequently asked. If you have a problem you should check this out first.

Contribute to this documentation

You can contribute to improve this documentation on GitHub by signaling issues or proposing changes.

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