[ANN] Raggle 0.3.0

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  1. Paul Duncan

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    Hi,

    Last night we released version 0.3.0 of Raggle. Raggle is a console RSS
    aggregator, written in Ruby. Features include customizable keybindings,
    basic HTML rendering, HTTP proxy support, OPML import/export, themes,
    support for various versions of RSS, Screen support. browser auto-
    detection, and more. This release of Raggle also includes a preliminary
    template-based web interface (via WEBrick) and Win32 support.

    Changes since 0.2.x:
    * preliminary web interface (via WEBrick)
    * 'a' to add add feeds inside Raggle
    * -A, --ascii : non-ANSI window borders
    * HTTP 1.0 Basic authentication (ie http://user:/index.rss)
    * better HTTP 304 response handling
    * better conditional HTTP GET (Last-Modified, If-Modified-Since headers)
    * Win32 support (web interface only at the moment)
    * ignore "a " and "the " prefix when sorting feeds
    * manual update works in non-manual mode now (to force update). same as
    passing SIGALRM to Raggle
    * SIGHUP invalidates all feeds and starts feed grabbing thread
    * categories (web interface only)
    * view source (bound to '\')
    * added --max-items (max # of items/feed)
    * added 0, $ keybindings (beginning and end of list)
    * get Win32 proxy from registry
    * config.rb overrides settings in default config on a per-key basis,
    rather than replacing them
    * fixed SSL support
    * --edit accepts -1 for batch operations
    * preliminary DRb interface
    * updated mono theme (for terminals with bold, w/o color)
    * screwy feeds don't (shouldn't?) kill feed grabbing any more
    * parallel feed grabbing
    * faster rendering (less refreshes, cache reflow)
    * --add can take a url (ie raggle -a 'url')
    * whole slew of bug-fixes

    (a complete list of changes is available at the URL below)

    URLs:
    Web Site: http://www.raggle.org/
    RSS Feed: http://www.raggle.org/rss/
    Download: http://www.raggle.org/files/raggle-0.3.0.tar.gz
    Signature: http://www.raggle.org/files/raggle-0.3.0.tar.gz.asc
    ChangeLog: http://www.raggle.org/files/ChangeLog-0.3.0

    Comments, feature requests, and questions are always welcome, and should
    be directed at the Raggle mailing list ().

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