I decided to try modifying the Lift Book build process to generate an epub version. While my solution so far isn't very elegant, and some of the longer lines in code listings are right-truncated (at least on my Sony PRS-700), I seem to have something that works. I'm hoping it should work on other eBook readers, iPads, etc.
If this is something that other people would find useful, I can polish up the changes so they're a little more respectable. (Right now, they're really hacky, and the metadata files were hand-written.)
I forked the liftbook source into a repository here: https://github.com/msfroh/liftbook in case anyone is interested.
Hope that helps,
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That said, Calibre seems to do a good job of converting back and forth between epub and mobi., so it should do the trick.