Release Notes: In order to solve some performance problems with Android due to the internal use of the SimpleDateFormat class, this new release adds the ability to add custom date parsers.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with getting the element link from Atom files and adds the ability to create custom parsers.
Release Notes: This release completely rebuilds the code, simplifies the API (removing unused classes and methods), gets dates from items as Date objects instead of as Strings, and adds the ability to parse from an InputStream and an XML String.
Release Notes: Now it is possible to parse feeds from HTTPS. The ability has been added to get the description from "feed/entry/summary" if "feed/entry/content" is void in Atom feeds.
Release Notes: The project has been translated into English and moved from Javahispano.net to GoogleCode. An error when parsing the channel element of Atom feeds has been fixed.
Release Notes: The license was changed to the LGPL. Changes were made in exception control. A charset problem with parsing from a file was fixed. Support for ATOM dates was added.
Release Notes: The most important features in this release are a cache system to store the RSS feeds and the ability to define the charset. It also fixes an error when using the method "parse(String URL)".
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs when parsing RDF modules and allows support for Atom feeds. It is not fully compliant with the Atom specification, but it works with the basic feed elements: title, link, author, and description.
Release Notes: This version of HORRORss now works with the "enclosure" elements of RSS 2.0, which is very useful for podcasting.