<xbel>
<title>
Supporting Software
</title>
<desc>
Some supporting software is provided as part of the Python XML "omnibus" package. This software is located in the demo/xbel/ directory of the distribution. This includes command-line processes for converting XBEL instances to other common formats, including the Navigator and Internet Explorer formats. The following bookmarks refer to other XBEL software.
</desc>
<folder>
<title>
Bookmark Synchronization and Merging
</title>
<bookmark
href="http://xbel.sourceforge.net/2006/XBELicious/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
XBELicious is a set of scripts to help you store your del.icio.us bookmarks in XBEL format and to mold those bookmarks into a hierarchy of folders based partly upon the tags that you have given to those bookmarks.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://bookmarkbridge.sourceforge.net/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
Ken Schenke's BookmarkBridge is an open source bookmark management tool. It is used to merge bookmarks from different browsers, and uses Python for at least a portion of it's regression testing.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/135131"
>
<desc>
Merging XBEL Bookmark files, by Uche Ogbuji, is a Python recipe for merging 2 XBEL files.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://www.collaboration-world.com/cgi-bin/collaboration-world/project/index.cgi?pid=1/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
XBELette, a "Client-server solution for managing your bookmarks".
</desc>
</bookmark>
</folder>
<folder>
<title>
XBEL-Aware Web Browsers and Web Browser Plugins
</title>
<bookmark
href="http://galeon.sourceforge.net/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
The Galeon Web browser for the GNOME desktop has been using XBEL as its native bookmark format since version 1.1.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://grail.sourceforge.net/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
The current release of the Grail Internet browser from CNRI supports XBEL as a native bookmarks format.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://www.konqueror.org/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
David Faure (faure@kde.com) has made XBEL the bookmarks format for Konqueror, the KDE web browser since KDE 2.1. KDE also features a separate application to edit XBEL bookmarks, keditbookmarks.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://elinks.or.cz/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
ELinks, ad advanced text WWW browser, has built-in XBEL bookmarks support. Basic bookmarks operations (same as in the native format) and conversion from/to native ELinks' bookmarks format.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href=""
>
</bookmark>
</folder>
<folder>
<title>
General Bookmark Tools
</title>
<bookmark
href="http://www.linkagogo.com/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
linkaGoGo is a commercial online bookmark/favorites "service" which supports import and export in several formats, including XBEL.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://www.url-manager.com/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
Alco Blom's URL Manager Pro, a Mac OS shareware application for managing bookmarks, supports reading files in the XBEL format. See the home page of URL Manager Pro for more information.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://www.favorez.com/xml"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
Favorez is an AxtiveX IE 5+ plug-in program that creates web pages from the users' favorites. It uses XBEL, and includes an XSLT stylsheet for converting XBEL to a dynamic folder-based view.
</desc>
</bookmark>
</folder>
<folder>
<title>
Support for Other Tools
</title>
<bookmark
href="http://www.giungato.it/"
>
<desc>
Roberto Giungato (roberto.giungato@its.it) has created a PHP script to parse XBEL and a Compass template that maintains foldering information. See his home page for more information.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://gazonk.org/~eloj/projects/operatoxbel.html"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
OperaToXBEL.py is a Python script for converting Opera bookmarks to XBEL, by Eddy L O Jansson.
</desc>
</bookmark>
</folder>
<folder>
<title>
XBEL Libraries and Support Code
</title>
<bookmark
href="http://www.aaronland.info/perl/xml/filter/glossary/docs.html"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
XML::Filter::Glossary, a Per SAX2 filter for keyword lookup and replacement, with support primarily for XBEL files.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://search.cpan.org/~ascope/Apache-XBEL-1.3/lib/Apache/XBEL.pm"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
Apache::XBEL is an Apache mod_perl handler that uses XSLT to transform XBEL files into dynamic HTML documents.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://search.cpan.org/dist/Net-Delicious-Export-Post-XBEL/lib/Net/Delicious/Export/Post/XBEL.pm"
>
<desc>
Net-Delicious-Export-Post-XBEL is a Perl module to export del.icio.us postings as XBEL SAX events.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://members.home.nl/bigsmoke/en/code.htm#xbel"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
Rowan Rodrik has a collection of XBEL tools, including a set of XSLT sheets to transform an XBEL file to a directory of XHTML files or one, big monolithic XHTML file; and an XSLT sheet to alphabetically sort an XBEL file.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://www.xefer.com/rebel/"
>
<desc>
Rebel: A RE(ST API for X)BEL is a convention proposed for managing the XBEL hierarchicy, and accessing this hierarchy using URL conventions.
</desc>
</bookmark>
</folder>
<folder>
<title>
404 Tools
</title>
<desc>
Tools which no longer (as of 2006-07-06) seem to exist on the web.
</desc>
<bookmark
href="http://membres.tripod.fr/Guglielmetti/files/"
>
<desc>
Philippe Guglielmetti (goulu@i.am) has created an export template for the Compass bookmarks manager. Look for XBEL.TPL at Philippe's home page.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://sim3.univ-rennes1.fr/users/dameron/xbel/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
XBEL Bookmarks Editor is "a platform and browser bookmark representation that allows content-based retrieval. A platform [independent] application [for easy] bookmark [management]."
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://sim3.univ-rennes1.fr/users/dameron/be/"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
be Bookmarks Editor is a Java-based editor to manage bookmarks in XBEL format.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://www.webweaver.org/dan/bookmarks/op2xbel.txt"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
op2xbel.pl is a Perl script Dan Loda wrote to convert Opera bookmarks to XBEL.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://twistedmatrix.com/users/jh.twistd/moin/moin.cgi/xbel_2d1_2e0_2exsl"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
xbel-1.0.xsl is an XSLT script by J├╝rgen Hermann for converting an XBEL document into a HTML directory.
</desc>
</bookmark>
<bookmark
href="http://wcg2.com/xbook/index.php.txt"
>
<title>
</title>
<desc>
Waitman C. Gobble, II has posted a sample of PHP code to parse XBEL, in particular XBEL bookmarks generated by Firefox.
</desc>
</bookmark>
</folder>
<folder>
<title>
Other References
</title>
<bookmark
href=""
>
</bookmark>
</folder>
<folder>
<title>
People
</title>
<bookmark
href=""
>
</bookmark>
</folder>
</xbel>