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I'm not too sure how much interest there would be in this, but it's an open source app that checks for web page updates.
P.S. Was it you that found that Restoration utility on SF? I can't find the post anymore, if it was, please link me.
I did find 2 recovery apps, FileExtractor and PhotoRec
here's the original post for you: https://portableapps.com/node/8544
The app only gets between 1 and 8 download per day usually (with 2 different single day spikes in the last month).
Not surprising, really, as RSS feeds have rendered tools like this pretty obsolete.
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I'd rather have something that could monitor my servers and let me know when they go down. Anybody know of something portable that could do the trick?
Something portable or otherwise? (There is a ton of software out there to monitor servers.)
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I know there are a lot of solutions to monitor servers...but I am looking for something portable that will simply check for specific text on a page and alert if it doesn't find it.
Portable because I work out of several different places and travel frequently.
The tracon mentioned in all the readme's?
that would be me...
John and I worked on the real early stuff together (back when he was CritterNYC) then real life got in the way for me
you guys are doing amazing work here, I have been following your progress for about a year now
And yea, John's on top of like EVERYTHING.
Except the newsletter, John did you happen to see that post?
There's SiteDelta or wfx_Versions (specifically for checking version numbers).
I have never used the former, but I use the latter daily. It makes more sense to have such a utility as an extension for Firefox than a standalone program.