Sitescooper automatically retrieves the stories from news websites, trims off extraneous HTML, and converts them into Plucker, iSilo, or Palm DOC format for later reading on-the-move. It will avoid stories you've already read, and can handle virtually any news site on the Web. Support for over 300 sites is included. Even if you don't have a handheld, it's still handy for simple website-to-text conversion.
|Tags||Internet Web Browsers|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This is a stable release. There are lots of new site files, and Plucker is now supported.
Release Notes: The home page has moved to sitescooper.org and sitescooper.cx will be disappearing soon. Lots of new sites were added, bugs were fixed, and speed was improved. Sites are now distributed separately for RPMs and DEBs. A referrer header is now sent with requests.
Release Notes: Version 2.2.8 has 230 sites supported, lots of fixes for esoteric things like URLProcess, redirection, layouts, exclusions, and alt tags.
Release Notes: Support for comics (needs registered iSilo viewer to view images), new .deb files, a fix for a bug which caused sitescooper not to get any sites under some setups, better builtin support for KPilot, JPilot, and gnome-pilot, and some new sites.
Release Notes: A Debian package is now available. Other changes include easier installation, experimental support for parallel downloads using LWP::Parallel, and better built-in support for installing files to Palm using whatever Hotsync software may be available.