htmlobserver project 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.
· Java 1.5.0 or later
Define a source:
Spezify a server ( 220.127.116.11 or www.foo.bar).
Set a page (index.html or foo/bar/bla/fasel.html).
Set a port (80 classical http 8080 for many testservers 5654 for alevtd- videotext-daemon)
Define some search-patterns:
A list of regular Expressions ( .*lautern.* for a row containing "K'lautern" or "Kaiserslautern". )
Define different triggered events:
Colorize the Textbackground red.
Read the text (needs (tts) or (mbrola and txt2pho) or other external programs, which use the text found.
Start external programs (whithout using the text found).
Ring the system bell.
Define the textsize (to be readable from far away).
Define the time intervall to poll the remote pages.
Reset the background with the 'got_it' - Button.
Use any port.
toggle usage of the bell.
Make text bold.
What's New in This Release:
· The license to was changed GPL-3.0.