RSS Feeds (Really Simple Syndication)
mlange at widged.com
Thu Mar 1 11:29:21 CST 2007
This page is not linked to from anywhere:
But it contains a RSS reader written with Revolution. Well, this was
one of the very first stacks I wrote with revolution. Feel free to
build upon it. There is also a blog updater one, to simply post some
blog content to your blogger account. Then in that category too, some
stack that lets you run a search for google images on your desktop
(be made aware this was done as a scripting exercise, anybody who
intends to runs frequent queries on google should purchase an api
account). Man, this was *very* early coding.
The Awk Script runner is something similar to what Chipp described.
It is for running awk (rather than Python) scripts over the shell.
There is no callback mechanism and the code was written at a time I
was most unexperienced ;-). There is a nice little code editor
included, though, with a nifty solution for code coloring.
On 1 Mar 2007, at 16:38, Joe Lewis Wilkins wrote:
> Hi all,
> If you don't know how to use "RSS" feeds, you need to read Matt
> Cone's tutorial that appears today at Macinstruct.com - click:
> <http://www.macinstruct.com/node/62> It'll be an eye-opener for
> you it is so "Really Simple" to use.
> Joe Wilkins
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