If you are experiencing problems, or need installation help please post on the Troubleshooting forum for EQ2MAP.
If you have a suggestions, comments or a feature request for the updater post it on the Official EQ2MAP Updater Thread, chances are if you have an idea you think may be usefull there are probably many other people who would find it usefull as well, if your idea is possible i will do my best to add it in.
Fresexteen com - Php xml updating
It appears to work for all RSS formats, and can be extended to handle new formats - or perhaps further to handle general XML parsing.
File: The parsing of the RSS feed into a PHP array is done by the RSSParser class using the start Element, end Element and parse Data functions.
-------------------- Update on open: If checked, the updater will start scanning for updates as soon as it is opened.
Everquest 2 Directory: The Everquest 2 directory is used so the updater knows where to download the files to.
This class is by no means the be-all and end-all of RSS parsing.
It's designed to be simple, functional and easily customisable.
To change it click the Browse Button to the right of the path.
Autolaunch EQ2: If checked, the updater will launch this file once it is done downloading all the updates(if it is unchecked, it will be launched when the open eq button is clicked).
To change this file click the Browse Button to the right of the path/filename.
Launch File 2: If checked, the updater will also launch this file when it autolaunches or when the open eq button is clicked.
Language: You can use this drop down menu to select What language folder to download updates to (only default will show unless you have language folders in your eq2 directory) Quick scan: If checked it will skip the file scan if no new database is available. (you should only need this is very rare circumstances) Log Updates to EQ2MAP_logfile.txt:when this set it keeps a record of what files were updated and new files that were downloaded, it includes a time stamp and keeps adding to the file "EQ2MAP_logfile.txt" which is located in the directory you installed the updater (usually C:\Program Files\EQ2MAP Updater) You can use the Show button to open the log file in your default text viewer.