Release Notes: A small bug was fixed, so durations of eventual videos are actually parsed now.
Release Notes: This release adds a new field to the database structure, rsstool_media_duration (if rsstool finds durations for some kind of media in the feed, it will parse them into rsstool_media_duration, in seconds), --enc=ENCODING, which overrides the encoding specified in the RSS header (useful for some broken RSS feeds), --filter=LOGIC, sometimes referred to as implied Boolean LOGIC (use this to remove items from the RSS feed before output), --nosort, to not sort items by date (on by default), --parse=FILE|URL to generate an RSS feed from a random HTML document, some code cleanups and fixes, support for Atom 1.0 feeds (they worked before, but now it says so in the usage, too), and xmlget as a download on the Web site (accesses XML files using the XPath syntax). It deprecates the --joomla and --dragonfly options (replaced with scripts in contrib/) and --sqlold (and support for the other old database structures). It removes the --curl option (it is always the default now, if libcurl is available) and the --wget option (you may want to rely on the curl support or use wget from a script instead).
Release Notes: This release adds --php to produce output as PHP code (Array ()).
Release Notes: A small typographical error and a wrong time format were fixed. The --curl option was added for using libcurl for downloading. The --joomla option was added to output as an ANSI SQL script for importing into Joomla! CMS. The --dragonfly option was added to output as an ANSI SQL script for importing into Dragonfly CMS. Some minor bugs were fixed and some code cleanups were made.
Release Notes: A patch for gentoo ebuild support was applied.
Release Notes: The --fixdate option was added, which causes missing dates to be replaced with the current date. The --template2=FILE|URL option was added, which is the same as --template but repeats the whole template for every single item. The --pipe=CMD option was added to pipe the output for a single item to the given command.
Release Notes: This release added PHP code that shows how the feeds collected by RSStool can be used in your own sites. All old versions of the ANSI SQL script structure were made selectable for backwards compatibility. --google-news[=SEARCH] generate RSS feeds from Google/News and removes Google redirects from the links (default: latest news). --google=SEARCH generates an RSS feed from a Google search. All hacks were updated or fixed. A --href option that outputs only the links as plain text was added. --parse=FILE|URL generates an RSS feed from a random HTML document. A --wget option uses wget for downloading. Some small bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Some small fixes were made. Another small change was made to the ANSI SQL structure, which should greatly improve speed of searches. The --sqlold option was added to output as ANSI SQL script (old structure).
Release Notes: A small change was made in the Makefile. A -o=FILE option that outputs into FILE was added (default: stdout). The --property option has been deprecated. --prop and -o should be used instead. The sort function was fixed.
Release Notes: The --troll option was added to generate RSS feeds from the latest Slashdot trolls. Support for Atom feeds was fixed (tested with v0.3 feeds). Memory footprint was reduced.