Public BookMark Generator (PBM) is a perl script designed to process links (and folders) out of netscape's bookmark file, using the description field to erase some entries in order to create a public bookmark HTML file that people can distribute on their web page.
|Tags||Internet Web Indexing/Search Utilities|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release works with mozilla-style bookmarks. There is a bugfix in user references duplicate location.
Release Notes: "Fromfile" option added to generate user HTML look was. "Stylesheet" added to use HTML 4.0 Sytle sheet capability. Generated basic HTML was extended to 4.0 Transitional. Convertion support was added to "any2bm" for Opera and Mosaic HotLists. Duplicate recognition was extended.
Release Notes: First release to work with "configure", bugfix when not using news header and bugfix for "No new links added".
Release Notes: Fixed bug in new links header and index depth access interaction, extended user references warnings.
Release Notes: Now allow more than one reference by link and warn if they are not useable or duplicated. Output code enhanced so that it can be read on any browser. Basic output code should now pass the HTML validity tests. Addded option "pif" not to add a "PBM information footer" to the generated code. Added a new script "ie2bm" to perform Internet Explorer's Favorite to Netscape's Bookmarks conversion.