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Not being sure if someone had done this already (I have not found references to BibTeX export in the forum), I created a Ruby script that dumps the contents of the DL library file to the console as BibTeX entries... so that you can save it to a .bib file if you want. You can download it from here: DL to BibTeX Converter
Wowwwww, that is just super!!!! Just decided to start using BibDesk and was wondering if I could export my DL-lib to it. Woehaa, big gift Adrian!
After 18 years of MS-DOS and Windows working very happy on Mac, now on a 15" MacBook Pro 2.2 Ghz - 2Gb memory - 200 Gb HD with a 20 and 23" screen. I've been waiting for the iPhone for quite a while, let's role it out in Europe. Just one wish left for now: a light mac (2-3 pounds) with 8 hours of working time. They can do it... :-)