2 Jul 2008 cooly   » (Observer)

Evolution-RSS 0.1.0 - Released on 02-Jul-2008

* custom feeds update interval and TTL support
* fix slow deletion of expired articles
* redesigned add/edit feed dialog
* fix fetching enclosures & images
* fix move folder and rename operation
* correctly parse UTF8 content
* added X-evolution-rss-feed-id for feed aricle's UUID
* implemented usage of evolution's proxy config options
* implement persistent storage for feed images
* make Cancel All button work (fix #535689)
* make feed articles forward/replay-able
* correctly startup/shutdown gecko
* add enable java and javascript to render options
* disable plugin install popups for gecko
* setup evolution/evolution-rss agent string when browsing with gecko
* implement network timeout
* implement tooltips for longer feed names
* implement progress operation for add/edit feeds
* shorten the feed names to avoid the scrolling
* support for building against xulrunner-1.9
* Gracefully fallback to other render
* Modify taskbar_operation meaning to have only one operation for whole feeds fetching
* fix send and receive dialog crash
* merge patch from Pedro Fragoso fixes deb #477053
* finish_feed() fix removing feed
* implement 'Received' header
* accept feed:// protocol
* fix no feeds enabled
* added RSS_VERBOSE_DEBUG option
* make 'no feeds configured' popup a little less annoying
* add progress message for adding and editing feeds
* fix currently read article not to be deleted also prevent items flagged as important to be deleted
* update to newer webkit API
* correctly parse ATOM source, sumary
* corectly parse xml element and xml text nodes

evolution-rss-0.1.0.tar.gz (source)
evolution-rss-0.1.0-1.fc9.i386.rpm (Fedora 9 i386 binary for evolution 2.22, xulrunner 1.9, webkit 1.0)
evolution-rss-0.1.0-1.fc9.x86_64.rpm (Fedora 9 x86_64 binary for evolution 2.22, xulrunner 1.9, webkit 1.0)

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