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The other day I came across a Perl script on Freshmeat that converts your IE (Win) favorites into a Netscape bookmarks file. I tried it out and thought wouldn't it be cool if I could make other bookmarkish files from my IE favorites. [I am no big fan of Microsoft but the fact remains that they have the best browser on the market right now.] So I chunked out the code and put it in a module and told it load other modules depending on what kind of output file you're after. As of this writing Favorites::Convert will generate plain old HTML, XBEL and OPML files. Still to do : proper documentation ( don't worry there's a test script that calls the single public method ), indentation / pretty-printing and moving the bookmark definition information into XML files so they can be read by other languages.

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Kip Hampton : Simple XML Validation with Perl ←  → Paul Lukas : Inconspicuous Consumption