|Vitacilina(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||Vitacilina(3pm)|
NAME¶Vitacilina - ¡Ah, qué buena medicina!
DESCRIPTION¶A simple feeds engine exporter that uses YAML to get list of feeds and TT as templating system. Some people would call it an aggregator. It was intended to be a reliable Planet (<http://planetplanet.org>) alternative, then some development ideas evolved into rFeed (http://github.com/damog/rfeed). Vitacilina runs on production services on a couple of systems.
use Vitacilina; my $v = Vitacilina->new( config => 'config.yaml', template => 'template.tt', output => 'output.html', limit => '20', ); $v->render;
config¶The "config" parameter specifies the path to a YAML file specifying a list of feeds. Use this format:
http://myserver.com/myfeed: name: Some Cool Feed http://feeds.feedburner.com/InfinitePigTheorem: name: InfinitePigTheorem ...
template¶A "Template::Toolkit" file which will be taken as the template for output. Format:
[% FOREACH p IN data %] <a href="[% p.permalink %]">[% p.title %]</a> by <a href="[% p.channelUrl %]">[% p.author %]</a> <br /> [% END %]
The "data" is an ordered array with a bunch of hashes with the simple data such as "permalink", "title", "channelUrl", "author", etc.
output¶File path where the output will be written.
EXAMPLES¶Take a look at the "examples/" directory for fully working example.
SEE ALSO¶Git repository is located at <http://github.com/damog/vitacilina>. Also take a look at the Stereonaut! blog where similar developments from the author are announced and sampled, <http://log.damog.net/>.
AUTHOR¶David Moreno, email@example.com. Alexandr Ciornii contributed with patches.
COPYRIGHT¶Copyright (C) 2009 by David Moreno.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.