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rssfs: A RSS reader as a file system
Are you unsure how to read RSS feeds? Why don't you just mount them?
What does this software do?
It will mirror RSS and Atom feeds as file systems. Example file system structure for one feed with two articles:
/tmp/mnt/rssfs/Open Source Feed/Hello World.html
/tmp/mnt/rssfs/Open Source Feed/Second Article.html
This software is written and tested mainly on macOS with macFUSE. Other FUSE implementations should work as well.
A note on Windows support
As Windows would require WinFsp which might or might not properly support FUSE file systems, Windows is officially unsupported as of now (which means: the time that you read this). Tests and contributions are welcome!
fossil clone https://code.rosaelefanten.org/rssfs
rssfs.hcl to your configuration directory
and adjust your settings. The required path is:
- On Windows:
- On macOS:
mountpoint (unless you are on Windows) and one or more feeds which can be inside or outside a category. (Categories are not required. Subcategories are not supported.)
If you don't define
cache, the feed will be fetched every time you open any other feed.
Default values for feed settings
macOS and other non-Windows machines
Not implemented yet. Sorry.
- AUR: aur.archlinux.org