htmlobserver is a program that downloads a Web page at regular intervals, and searches it for regular expressions. All HTML tags are removed, and the remaining text is searched for regular expressions, which can be defined in a list. Matching rows are displayed in a panel, and different alarms may be triggered. The alarms are repeated when the result set changes.
|Tags||Text Processing Filters Utilities Internet Web Information Management|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The license to was changed GPL-3.0.
Release Notes: Minor performance improvements for large pages. Internal change: Java-Generics is now used.
Release Notes: Simple page-redirections, identified by the 302 HTTP return code, are now followed. The code was modified to use JDK 1.5 features.
Release Notes: This release avoids a null pointer exception when trying to remove an entry from a list while none is selected. Removal of multiple items is possible. The alarm tab is more clearly laid out. There are minor coding style and build script enhancements.
Release Notes: The GUI uses a JTabbed pane for the main window. The source uses English identifiers and comments (instead of German). There is a bugfix in the install (when 'classes' did not exist).