I'm using Microsoft Windows 2000 [Version 5.00.2195]
and java version "1.4.1_03"; migrating soon to XP and Java 1.4.2 or 1.5.
P.S. Recently I tried to read RSS 2.0 without success:=20
=3D> Is rssview only capable to read RSS 0.91?
Von: Martin [mailto:cinekcvs@...]=20
Gesendet: Mi 17.03.2004 18:05=20
An: Keller Stefan [sfkeller@...]=20
Cc: RSSView Developers=20
Betreff: Re: rssview: more errors and enhancements...
Am Mon, den 15.03.2004 schrieb sfkeller@... um 23:18:
> 1. The last channel entry is usually being duplicated when the =
programm is being quit and restarted.
I don't know about this issue. Which Java version and which platform?
I have seen that there are lots of problems with Swing on Mac OS X.
But this is not our fault.
> 2. When shifting a channel up (using the second bottom left icon) =
after about 10 to 15 steps rssview gets slow and finally stuck. This =
seems to me a threading problem (first guess: unused threads not set to =
Hmm, I need to test this, but I'm sure that we don't use threads
for moving channel entries in the tree.
> 3. Modal dialogs - such as entering and modifying channels - should =
listen to 'usual' keystrokes such as Return (make "Modify" as default =
button) and closing the dialog (pressing Escape). Would be very handy - =
not only for windows users...
Yes. This should be complete everywhere. I agree.
I will take a look where we forgot the default handlers.
We are always trying to use the full features, if not,
it has been forgotten.
> 4. Adding a new URL to rssview should be made more easy for =
non-technical users: Pasting and Drag-and-Dropping reasonable URLs =
directly into the text input field of "Modify channel".
It should be possible to drop an URL into text boxes.
I think this feature exists since jdk-1.4. There is
no need to implement special handlers for this,
because it's done automatically.
Got successfully through your exams?
Any solutions to read http://www.heise.de/newsticker/heise.rdf ?
Besides: RSSOwl (http://rssowl.sourceforge.net/, SWT-based) still has =
many nice features to copy... An now I found a RSSViewerApplet]] (Home =
http://webreference.com/xml/tools/ with Configurator) which comes also =
as a Java servlet (JERSS).=20
Another question: Does anybody know an Open Source Java Application to =
edit and produce RSS-Feeds using?
Regards, Stefan Keller
P.S. Probably not succesful to rssview-developers@... =
because I'm not on the list.
From: Martin <cinekcvs@gm...> - 2004-03-18 16:21:51
Am Thu, den 18.03.2004 schrieb sfkeller@... um 1:58:
> I'm using Microsoft Windows 2000 [Version 5.00.2195]
> and java version "1.4.1_03"; migrating soon to XP and Java 1.4.2 or 1.5.
Java 1.4 is usually working fine. I will take a look
after I'm done with my exam next month.
> P.S. Recently I tried to read RSS 2.0 without success:
> => Is rssview only capable to read RSS 0.91?
I haven't seen any RSS 2.0 specs, yet. I will append this
to our TODO-list.