Projects / KWebWatch


KWebWatch is a small KDE utility that monitors Web pages, looking for changes. It also acts a launching pad for viewing URLs in your favorite browser.


Recent releases

  •  03 Dec 2004 12:16

    Release Notes: This release adds a KDE3 port, GCC3 compilation, and the ability to drag and drop URLs from the browser.

    •  14 Jan 2002 14:53

      Release Notes: This is a small but important bugfix release. The fix will prevent URLs from incorrectly transitioning from CHANGED to UNCHANGED before they have been viewed or visited.

      •  15 Dec 2001 09:27

        Release Notes: This version adds many features, including a wizard for URL and URL group creation, a status bar, automatic generation of local file prefixes, support for HTTP proxy servers, 'what's this' help, an HTML help file, and a man page. Other enhancements include reduced lag time after polling, a dialog for specifying the differencing viewer, and allowing only one instance to run at a time. Bugfixes include proper renaming of local file prefixes when a URL is renamed, and installing a complete set of Hi-Color icons.

        •  18 Jun 2001 06:21

          Release Notes: This is the first release that works with KDE2. New features for KDE2 include a configurable differencing engine, URL groups, and visual display of source differences.


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