Dragon RSS Reader

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a full-featured RSS Reader, codename: Dragon features: 1.download specified RSS feed, parse and show it in a WinForm 2.import/export OPML file 3.arrange a automatic subscriber to update specified RSS 4.can be transmitted to Windows Mobile platform and re-used in web project

http://dragonrss.codeplex.com/

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