Revision history for Perl module Netscape::Bookmarks 2.304 2019-07-21T23:00:54Z * Abandon the module 2.303 2018-04-30T15:02:03Z * Now requires v5.10 because some prereqs require that. 2.302 2018-04-30T14:56:44Z * Clarify that it's the Artistic License 2.0. * Some fixes to hide extra things from PAUSE. 2.301 2016-01-13T19:01:07Z * Freshen up the module 2.02 - 2007-10-02 * Fixed up many distro problems. No need to upgrade. 2.2_01 - 2002-09-23 * added Mozilla support 2.1_03 - 2002-09-23 * converted tests to Test::Builder * check a few values for definedness before using them ( thanks to Shayne ) * start adding Mozilla support 2.1_02 - 2002-05-26 * added a Visitor mechanism, and an introduce() function to Category.pm. 2.0_01 - 2002-01-05 * lots of code changes to make things more clear for those that like to read the source ;) * fixed a trailing whitespace error for link description output * added a recurse() function that walks the tree and calls your provided subroutine * added a sort_elements() method to Category. it has a default sort or you can provide your own. make sure you read the docs on this one though! * improved some assessor methods to also set values if you provide an argument * added some example scripts for various tasks 1.5 - 2001-12-10 * fixed numerous documentation errors * added a description() assessor method for Category. 1.3 - 2001-05-13 * changed the Makefile to recurse into the other directories. the supporting modules were not installing correctly in 1.2. identified by Heinz Kirchmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> * updated the POD in each module 1.2 - 2001-04-05 * fixed disappearing link comment bug identified by Daniel Hottinger <TheHotti@gmx.com>. 0.92 - 2001-01-24 * minor doc fixes 0.91 - 1999-12-24 * ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA! interfaces may still change! * original version; created by h2xs 1.18 * this is the initial release. the docs need a bit of work and there are a few features to add, but this does the stuff that i needed to do at the moment. * the next thing to do is come up with an internal representation that is portable - perhaps XML. If all bookmark formats can be reduced to the same XML, then translation should be a cinch :) * there is also a URI::Bookmarks module, but it doesn't do aliases and separators.