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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #380 on: April 12, 2009, 03:39:42 PM »
Hi SlammedDime. This is wonderfull mod, but i see now :(.
Whatever i use the mod for wordpress post to my smf forum.
I use regexp :  ~<div class="entry clearfloat">(.*)<\/div>~siU
My feed is : http://www.rockayseri.net/feed
I want to change something. I want to delete post time, because this is not required. And Source code & item link?
You put this code by knowing as i know, but i use this for mysite to mysite. Can you help me with this ? Or can i edit mod files ?

And..
The line spacing is increasing on feeding. This is fixable?
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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #381 on: April 13, 2009, 03:43:34 PM »
This is working great on my site--http://www.cricketvoice.com/

My only problem is with the big space between the title and text for each post it makes (as I'm planning on using the feed on a CMS to display as articles)

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #382 on: April 14, 2009, 09:04:32 PM »
I have 1 feed that has a key word to search for and for whatever reason I keeps getting disabled all by itself ???
 
Any ideas on this one?
 
Thanks in advance.

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #383 on: April 14, 2009, 09:17:54 PM »
If the feed get's disabled, it should be throwing an error into the error log.  Any errors there related to the feed?
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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #384 on: April 14, 2009, 09:24:29 PM »
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  http://monsters-mansion.com/index.php?http://monsters-mansion.com/
  RSS Feeder: http://www.railbirds.com/rss/latestblogs.php (XML error: XML_ERR_NAME_REQUIRED at line 82, column 27)
 
 
This is the only error I see related to the rss feeds

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #385 on: April 15, 2009, 01:02:47 AM »
Hi

This is just for anyone who has experienced the same problem as me:

I found the problem and solution for anyone else with this error. Firstly I don't think it is caused by this mod.

If you move an existing topic from a board into the board's child board then the feeder continues to feed to the original board but SMF is smart enough to redirect the feed to the moved topic but not smart enough to reset the new post (on.gif) setting to the child board.

In other words. The next time the feeder makes a post, to the moved topic, the new post icon will be lit on the original board even though it's not in that board but in it's child board. The child board doesn't show the new post (on.gif) icon even though there is a new post in the moved topic. I assume that is a bug with SMF?

However, Updating the link in the RSS Feed setting fixes the problem. 
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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #386 on: April 15, 2009, 06:13:48 AM »
mrtrc266 - That means the XML file is malformed, nothing I can really do about that.  It's up to the site that publishes the feed to ensure it's done properly.  Any text *should* be wrapped in CDATA tags if it's going to contain any special characters.
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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #387 on: April 15, 2009, 06:16:14 AM »
Hi

This is just for anyone who has experienced the same problem as me:

I found the problem and solution for anyone else with this error. Firstly I don't think it is caused by this mod.

If you move an existing topic from a board into the board's child board then the feeder continues to feed to the original board but SMF is smart enough to redirect the feed to the moved topic but not smart enough to reset the new post (on.gif) setting to the child board.

In other words. The next time the feeder makes a post, to the moved topic, the new post icon will be lit on the original board even though it's not in that board but in it's child board. The child board doesn't show the new post (on.gif) icon even though there is a new post in the moved topic. I assume that is a bug with SMF?

However, Updating the link in the RSS Feed setting fixes the problem. 
It is likely a bug with the mod, something I didn't think about happening.... if you are using the option to throw the feed into a single post, this will happen.  I'll have to dig through the code to remember how I did the attaching to an existing topic and try and fix that.  Thanks.
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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #388 on: April 15, 2009, 12:58:18 PM »
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It is likely a bug with the mod, something I didn't think about happening.... if you are using the option to throw the feed into a single post, this will happen.  I'll have to dig through the code to remember how I did the attaching to an existing topic and try and fix that.  Thanks.

This is probably not how most people would use it so possibly might not be worth bothering about. Just thought that I would highlight this for the few people that may use it this way.

The only reason that I did this is because I needed to move the existing topics into a child board after installing the "Childboards Only" mod.

Thanks for the response. I'm enjoying using your mod.

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #389 on: April 16, 2009, 04:00:19 AM »
One question--how do I make it so right on top of the post there's no link and repetition of the title.

There must be a file which controls the display?

Thanks.

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #390 on: April 17, 2009, 04:12:23 AM »
I Installed the mod, however I do not see a corrosponding section for it in the Admin Panel - where exactly can enter my feeds into the mod?

Edit: I tried going to "index.php?action=admin;area=modsettings;sa=rssfeeds" however I just got redirected back to my main admin page - like the mod didnt install right.

I uninstalled and reinstalled the mod again (no problems) - but I still cannont access the admin page.

Edit 2: It seems the mod wasnt installing its code correctly in managesettings.php - I ran through and did it manually and all is well now.
« Last Edit: April 17, 2009, 04:47:07 AM by zach21uk »

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #391 on: April 17, 2009, 08:38:17 AM »
I have installed this MOD.......

I get the following:-


/* RSS Feeder Settings */ function ModifyRSSFeedSettings() { global $context, $txt, $sourcedir, $scripturl, $smcFunc; loadTemplate('RSSFeeds'); $context['page_title'] = $txt['rss_feeder']; if (!empty($_REQUEST['feed']) && (isset($_REQUEST['enable']) || isset($_REQUEST['disable']))) { // Quick change on the status... $smcFunc['db_query']('', ' UPDATE {db_prefix}rssfeeds SET enabled = {int:option} WHERE id_feed = {int:feed}', array( 'option' => isset($_REQUEST['enable']) ? 1 : 0, 'feed' => (int) $_REQUEST['feed'], ) ); redirectExit('action=admin;area=modsettings;sa=rssfeeds'); } if (!empty($_REQUEST['feed']) || !empty($_REQUEST['add'])) { $context['sub_template'] = 'rss_feeder_add'; // Load the boards and categories for adding or editing a feed. $request = $smcFunc['db_query']('', ' SELECT b.id_board, b.name, b.child_level, c.name AS cat_name, c.id_cat FROM {db_prefix}boards AS b LEFT JOIN {db_prefix}categories AS c ON (c.id_cat = b.id_cat)', array() ); $context['categories'] = array(); while ($row = $smcFunc['db_fetch_assoc']($request)) { if (!isset($context['categories'][$row['id_cat']])) $context['categories'][$row['id_cat']] = array ( 'name' => strip_tags($row['cat_name']), 'boards' => array(), ); $context['categories'][$row['id_cat']]['boards'][] = array( 'id' => $row['id_board'], 'name' => strip_tags($row['name']), 'category' => strip_tags($row['cat_name']), 'child_level' => $row['child_level'], 'selected' => !empty($_SESSION['move_to_topic']) && $_SESSION['move_to_topic'] == $row['id_board'] && $row['id_board'] != $board, ); } $smcFunc['db_free_result']($request); if (empty($context['categories'])) fatal_lang_error('rss_feed_no_boards', false); // If we're just adding a feed, we can return, don't need to do anything further if (empty($_REQUEST['add'])) { // Lets get the feed from the database $request = $smcFunc['db_query']('', ' SELECT * FROM {db_prefix}rssfeeds WHERE id_feed = {int:feed} LIMIT 1', array( 'feed' => ((int) $_REQUEST['feed']), ) ); // No Feed?? ut oh... hacker!! if ($smcFunc['db_num_rows']($request) != 1) fatal_lang_error('rss_feed_not_found', false); $context['rss_feed'] = $smcFunc['db_fetch_assoc']($request); $context['rss_feed'] = htmlspecialchars__recursive($context['rss_feed']); $smcFunc['db_free_result']($request); } $context['icon'] = !empty($context['rss_feed']['icon']) ? $context['rss_feed']['icon'] : 'xx'; require_once($sourcedir . '/Subs-Editor.php'); // Message icons - customized icons are off? $context['icons'] = getMessageIcons(!empty($context['rss_feed']['id_board']) ? $context['rss_feed']['id_board'] : 0); if (!empty($context['icons'])) $context['icons'][count($context['icons']) - 1]['is_last'] = true; $context['icon_url'] = ''; for ($i = 0, $n = count($context['icons']); $i < $n; $i++) { $context['icons'][$i]['selected'] = $context['icon'] == $context['icons'][$i]['value']; if ($context['icons'][$i]['selected']) $context['icon_url'] = $context['icons'][$i]['url']; } if (empty($context['icon_url'])) { $context['icon_url'] = $settings[file_exists($settings['theme_dir'] . '/images/post/' . $context['icon'] . '.gif') ? 'images_url' : 'default_images_url'] . '/post/' . $context['icon'] . '.gif'; array_unshift($context['icons'], array( 'value' => $context['icon'], 'name' => $txt['current_icon'], 'url' => $context['icon_url'], 'is_last' => empty($context['icons']), 'selected' => true, )); } return; } // What about deleting one or more?? elseif (!empty($_REQUEST['delete'])) { //$_POST['checked_feeds'] // We already asked that they wanted to delete, so we'll just delete... no confirmation foreach ($_POST['checked_feeds'] as $key => $id) $_POST['checked_feeds'][$key] = (int) $id; $smcFunc['db_query']('', ' DELETE FROM {db_prefix}rssfeeds WHERE id_feed IN ({array_int:feed_list})', array( 'feed_list' => $_POST['checked_feeds'], ) ); } // Or are they saving one being modified?? elseif (!empty($_REQUEST['save']) && !empty($_POST['sc'])) { // First we check the session... checkSession(); // Put the insert array together... $insertOptions = array(); // Let's do the 'unrequireds' first... $insertOptions['id_board'] = (int)$_POST['feed_board']; $insertOptions['icon'] = isset($_POST['icon']) ? preg_replace('~[\./\\\\*\':"<>]~', '', $_POST['icon']) : 'xx'; $insertOptions['enabled'] = isset($_POST['feed_enabled']) ? 1 : 0; $insertOptions['keywords'] = trim($_POST['feed_keywords']) != '' ? trim($_POST['feed_keywords']) : ''; $insertOptions['locked'] = isset($_POST['feed_locked']) ? 1 : 0; $insertOptions['getfull'] = isset($_POST['feed_full']) ? 1 : 0; $insertOptions['approve'] = isset($_POST['feed_approve']) ? 1 : 0; $insertOptions['singletopic'] = isset($_POST['feed_singletopic']) ? 1 : 0; $insertOptions['topicprefix'] = trim($_POST['feed_prefix']) != '' ? trim($_POST['feed_prefix']) : ''; $insertOptions['footer'] = !empty($_POST['feed_footer']) ? trim($_POST['feed_footer']) : ''; $insertOptions['numbertoimport'] = trim($_POST['feed_import']) != '' ? (int) trim($_POST['feed_import']) : 0; $context['feed_errors'] = array(); // And now the requireds that we can throw errors on... if (empty($_POST['feed_title'])) $context['feed_errors']['feed_title'] = ($insertOptions['title'] = ''); else $insertOptions['title'] = preg_replace('~[&]([^;]{8}|[^;]{0,8}$)~', '&$1', $_POST['feed_title']); if (empty($_POST['feed_url'])) $context['feed_errors']['feed_url'] = ($insertOptions['feedurl'] = ''); else $insertOptions['feedurl'] = trim($_POST['feed_url']); if (empty($_POST['feed_poster'])) $context['feed_errors']['feed_poster'] = ($insertOptions['postername'] = ''); // Do a query to get the member's id else { $request = $smcFunc['db_query']('', ' SELECT id_member FROM {db_prefix}members WHERE real_name = {string:name} OR member_name = {string:name} LIMIT 1', array( 'name' => trim($_POST['feed_poster']), ) ); if ($smcFunc['db_num_rows']($request) != 1) $context['feed_errors']['feed_poster'] = ($insertOptions['postername'] = trim($_POST['feed_poster'])); else { $insertOptions['postername'] = trim($_POST['feed_poster']); list($insertOptions['id_member']) = $smcFunc['db_fetch_row']($request); } $smcFunc['db_free_result']($request); } $insertOptions['regex'] = trim($_POST['feed_regex']); if (!empty($insertOptions['getfull']) && empty($insertOptions['regex'])) $context['feed_errors']['feed_regex'] = ''; // if we had any errors, lets kick back a screen and highlight them... if (!empty($context['feed_errors'])) { $context['rss_feed'] = $insertOptions; if (!empty($_POST['feed_id'])) $_REQUEST['feed'] = $_POST['feed_id']; $_REQUEST['add'] = true; return ModifyRSSFeedSettings(); } // Looks like we're good. // Modifying an existing feed? if (!empty($_REQUEST['feed_id'])) { $smcFunc['db_query']('',' UPDATE {db_prefix}rssfeeds SET id_board = {int:id_board}, feedurl = {string:feedurl}, title = {string:title}, icon = {string:icon}, enabled = {int:enabled}, postername = {string:postername}, id_member = {int:id_member}, keywords = {string:keywords}, regex = {string:regex}, locked = {int:locked}, getfull = {int:getfull}, approve = {int:approve}, singletopic = {int:singletopic}, topicprefix = {string:topicprefix}, footer = {string:footer}, numbertoimport = {int:numbertoimport} WHERE id_feed = {int:id_feed}', array_merge(array('id_feed' => (int)$_REQUEST['feed_id']), $insertOptions) ); $context['feed_insert_success'] = $txt['rss_feed_update_success']; } // Or I guess we're inserting a new one else { // Fix up the stuff for insertion, make sure the arrays are aligned $insertRows = array( 'singletopic' => 'int', 'icon' => 'string', 'footer' => 'string', 'getfull' => 'int', 'id_board' => 'int', 'feedurl' => 'string', 'title' => 'string', 'enabled' => 'int', 'postername' => 'string', 'id_member' => 'int', 'keywords' => 'string', 'regex' => 'string', 'locked' => 'int', 'approve' => 'int', 'topicprefix' => 'string', 'numbertoimport' => 'int' ); ksort($insertRows); ksort($insertOptions); $smcFunc['db_insert']('', '{db_prefix}rssfeeds', $insertRows, $insertOptions, array('id_feed') ); $id_feed = $smcFunc['db_insert_id']('{db_prefix}rssfeeds', 'id_feed'); if (empty($id_feed)) $context['feed_insert_error'] = $txt['rss_feed_insert_error']; else $context['feed_insert_success'] = $txt['rss_feed_insert_success']; } } // If they deleted or saved, let's show the main list $context['sub_template'] = 'rss_feeder_list'; // Create the table that will display the feeds $listOptions = array( 'id' => 'rss_feeder_list', 'items_per_page' => 40, 'default_sort_col' => 'icon', 'base_href' => $scripturl . '?action=admin;area=modsettings;sa=rssfeeds', 'no_items_label' => $txt['rss_feed_none'], 'get_items' => array( 'function' => 'list_getFeeds', ), 'get_count' => array( 'function' => 'list_getNumFeeds', ), 'columns' => array( 'icon' => array( 'header' => array( 'value' => $txt['rss_feed_enabled'], ), 'data' => array( 'function' => create_function('$rowData', ' global $settings, $scripturl, $smcFunc, $txt; if (empty($rowData[\'name\']) && $rowData[\'enabled\']) { $smcFunc[\'db_query\'](\'\', \' UPDATE {db_prefix}rssfeeds SET enabled = 0 WHERE id_feed = {int:feed}\', array( \'feed\' => $rowData[\'id_feed\'], ) ); // Log an error about the issue, just so the user can see why their feed was disabled... log_error($txt[\'rss_feeder\'] . \': \' . $rowData[\'title\'] . \' (\' . $txt[\'rss_feed_board_error\'] . \')\'); $rowData[\'enabled\'] = 0; } return \'\';' ), 'style' => 'text-align: center; width: 130px;', ), 'sort' => array( 'default' => 'f.enabled', 'reverse' => 'f.enabled DESC', ), ), 'title' => array( 'header' => array( 'value' => $txt['rss_feed_title'], ), 'data' => array( 'db' => 'title', 'style' => 'text-align: center;', ), 'sort' => array( 'default' => 'f.title', 'reverse' => 'f.title DESC', ), ), 'url' => array( 'header' => array( 'value' => $txt['rss_feed_url'], ), 'data' => array( 'sprintf' => array( 'format' => '%1$s', 'params' => array( 'feedurl' => true, ), ), ), 'sort' => array( 'default' => 'f.feedurl', 'reverse' => 'f.feedurl DESC', ), ), 'board' => array( 'header' => array( 'value' => $txt['rss_feed_board'], ), 'data' => array( 'function' => create_function('$rowData', ' global $txt; return empty($rowData[\'name\']) ? \'<< \' . $txt[\'rss_feed_board_error\'] . \' >>\' : $rowData[\'name\'];' ), 'style' => 'text-align: center;', ), 'sort' => array( 'default' => 'b.name', 'reverse' => 'b.name DESC', ), ), 'count' => array( 'header' => array( 'value' => $txt['rss_feed_count'], ), 'data' => array( 'db' => 'importcount', 'style' => 'text-align: center;', ), 'sort' => array( 'default' => 'f.importcount', 'reverse' => 'f.importcount DESC', ), ), 'modify' => array( 'header' => array( 'value' => $txt['rss_feed_modify'], ), 'data' => array( 'sprintf' => array( 'format' => '' . $txt['rss_feed_modify'] . '', 'params' => array( 'id_feed' => false, ), ), 'style' => 'text-align: center; width: 50px;', ), ), 'check' => array( 'header' => array( 'value' => '', ), 'data' => array( 'sprintf' => array( 'format' => '', 'params' => array( 'id_feed' => false, ), ), 'style' => 'text-align: center; width: 32px;', ), ), ), 'form' => array( 'href' => $scripturl . '?action=admin;area=modsettings;sa=rssfeeds', 'name' => 'rssfeedForm', ), 'additional_rows' => array( array( 'position' => 'above_column_headers', 'value' => ' ', 'style' => 'text-align: right;', 'class' => 'titlebg', ), array( 'position' => 'below_table_data', 'value' => ' ', 'style' => 'text-align: right;', 'class' => 'titlebg', ), ), ); require_once($sourcedir . '/Subs-List.php'); createList($listOptions); } // Get information for the list above... grabs all of the feeds from the database function list_getFeeds($start, $items_per_page, $sort) { global $smcFunc; $request = $smcFunc['db_query']('', ' SELECT f.id_feed, b.name, f.title, f.feedurl, f.enabled, f.importcount FROM {db_prefix}rssfeeds AS f LEFT JOIN {db_prefix}boards AS b ON (b.id_board = f.id_board) ORDER BY {raw:sort} LIMIT ' . $start . ', ' . $items_per_page, array ( 'sort' => $sort, ) ); $feeds = array(); while ($row = $smcFunc['db_fetch_assoc']($request)) $feeds[] = $row; $smcFunc['db_free_result']($request); return $feeds; } // The number grabbed above could be limited at 40... this just gets a count of all of them. function list_getNumFeeds() { global $smcFunc; $request = $smcFunc['db_query']('', ' SELECT COUNT(*) FROM {db_prefix}rssfeeds', array( ) ); list($numFeeds) = $smcFunc['db_fetch_row']; $smcFunc['db_free_result']($request); return $numFeeds; }

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #392 on: April 17, 2009, 10:19:37 AM »
@ Verso in Sources/ModSettings.php you need to put this ?> at the very bottom of the file.

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #393 on: April 18, 2009, 10:37:56 AM »
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Any chance of adding a "post expire" and "auto delete" function like the one available in WordPress?

Ideally it would need to be part of the feed admin - Some of my feeds have a post life-span of just 24 hours

I could really use such a feature for some of my feeds - the manual sort and delete is getting ridiculous

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #394 on: April 18, 2009, 03:45:49 PM »
It's possible... would require another scheduled task and a bit more database work.  I'll think about it for the next version, but no promises.
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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #395 on: April 19, 2009, 05:04:10 AM »
@ Verso in Sources/ModSettings.php you need to put this ?> at the very bottom of the file.

I don't seem to have a file of this name.........

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #396 on: April 19, 2009, 05:59:52 AM »
Try Sources/ManageSettings.php
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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #397 on: April 19, 2009, 06:34:53 AM »
It's possible... would require another scheduled task and a bit more database work.  I'll think about it for the next version, but no promises.

That would be very much appreciated ... and I won't hold you to it
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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #398 on: April 19, 2009, 07:35:49 AM »
Try Sources/ManageSettings.php


I tried that.......

I have included my ManageSettings.php


Hopefully one of you kind people will have a look at it for me

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Re: RSS Feeder
« Reply #399 on: April 19, 2009, 10:50:07 AM »
Here you go, the ?> was in there twice