Projects / OperaHotlist2HTML


OperaHotlist2HTML is a script that converts Opera Hotlist files into HTML 4.01-compliant Web pages.

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Recent releases

  •  07 Jun 2006 19:55

    Release Notes: #SEPARATORS are now rendered in the output. The FAVICON.ICO files are included in output. If you use Google Analytics, it can include the script in your output.

    •  12 Feb 2004 19:42

      Release Notes: This release is compatible with Mozilla 1.5 and Firefox 0.8.

      •  30 Aug 2003 00:41

        Release Notes: HTML 4.01 Strict is now generated, not just Transitional. A new option to supress the date output at the top was also added.

        •  06 Jul 2003 04:55

          Release Notes: In this version, a bug was fixed in folder exclusion (-x, --exclude-folder) so it now works for for subfolders also, folder exclusion now requires a Regular Expression as input instead of a list of folders. The "-- exclude" command-line option was deprecated; users should use "--exclude-folder" instead. The "--delimiter" command line option was removed and now generates a warning instead. Internal changes include exclusion of special folders (Trash, Find Results) that now uses a regular expression instead of a more complex compound expression, and additional comments, especially to variable names.

          •  01 Jul 2003 18:45

            Release Notes: This release includes the description field in its output (both regular and Mozilla). --descr-sep can modify the description separation HTML. Folder names use underscores. %attrib has been renamed to %folder in parse_folder.


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