RSSOwl 1.2.2 released

The RSSOwl development team is happy to announce a fresh new version of RSSOwl.
After four months of work, version 1.2.2 is now available for download. This
version comes with some enhancements, a lot of bugfixes and improved security
from the embedded browser on windows.

The integrated Feed-Validator was removed due to lacking support for RDF and Atom
formats. The new Validator allows to enter the URL of the Newsfeed and will forward
to the well-known W3C Feed-Validator that supports all major formats and namespaces.

On Windows, the security of the embedded Browser was improved by making use of the
Local Machine Zone Lockdown which forces local content to operate in the more secure
Internet Zone.

The Feed-Search is now recognizing a lot more results as valid Feeds with fixing a Bug
in the URL-processing. Special thanks to Milan Simonovic for reporting this issue.

Settings are now backup'ed and restored in case a previous shutdown failed to store
them correctly. This should fix issues, where all settings were lost.

The SWT library was updated to the most recent Version 3.2.

Thanks to Vardan Movsisyan for providing a translation to Armenian.

For a detailed list of changes that also include a lot of bugfixes, take a look at the changelog
at http://www.rssowl.org/CHANGELOG.txt.

May the Owl be with you,
Ben

Posted by Anonymous 2006-08-27

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