How to keep track of thousands of bookmarks with a simple tool and your own tags.
It needs to be made with make and the config file should be edited too. More docs soon, although it is a simple program. Details in the source.Karl Voit's article (the good ideas are from here)
download the dmenu package
Grand Generalized Dmenu Tagger coming soon to stores near you.
- bm -- search & copy, add, or edit/plumb a bookmark (edit/plumb not implemented yet).
Requirements: xclip, dmenu, make
- Export the $BOOKMARKS variable containing the location of the
bookmarks. I like to use ~/.local/share/sbm to store my config.
mkdir -p ~/.local/share/sbm/
- define your tag choices in USERTAGS and export that too. The file syntax is:
See the included usertags file for an example.
- make install
search-term is an extended regex for grep.
Bookmark lines are space separated values
The bookmarks can be converted from the web browser formats using netscape-bookmark-converter atgithub.com/jhh/netscape-bookmark-converter