[prssr-devel-ml] Re: [enhancement] ability to cache sites

  • From: "Konstantin Taran" <tarank@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 17:12:45 +0300

Thank you. I've found 'SunnySoft World-Offline' for this purpose.

Thank you very much. Actually, it is a great idea!


On 5/19/06, Joerg <prss-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Konstantin,

if you really want to use pRSSreader to cache a website, you can just
create a RSS feed file with the target URL of an item set to whatever you
wish to cache. When you subscribe to that feed file and use the offline
cache of pRSSreader, you'll have what you requested.


> I do not see any point in having such the feature in RSS reader. If
> you want to mirror web sites for offline browsing, use wget, which is
> really powerful tool. Comes from UNIX world, but is also available for
> windows. It should meet your needs, but think wget is not available
> for pocket pc, thus you have to mirror the pages on your desktop
> computer and then move them to your pocket pc.
> --
> David
> On 5/8/06, Konstantin Taran <tarank@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> David,
>> I even don't know how to explain simply what I want but the idea is in
>> the ability to cache sites or ordinary internet pages.
>> As far as I can see the pRSSreader has the very smart cache engine..
>> Just imagine a few sites, blogs or wiki resources which contain very
>> important information but don't have export to rss.
>> I have the HUGE desire (and I hope there are many people who want the
>> same) to have the ability to cache such sites or pages in order to keep
>> such important information locally on the device and to read and study
>> these cached pages..
>> Taking into account the fact that pRSSreader has almost everything to
>> provide such functionality, everything what I need for my happiness is
>> an ability to add ordinary internet sites (wiki, blogs) as well as rss
>> feeds.
>> So, what do you think about this idea?
>> Regards,
>> Konstantin.

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