A tool to check for updates on web pages
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README.rst

CUPage - Check for Updated Pages

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cupage is a tool to check for updates on web pages.

cupage is released under the GPL v3 license.

Requirements

cupage's dependencies outside of the standard library are:

It should work with any version of Python 2.6 or newer. If cupage doesn't work with the version of Python you have installed, file an issue and I'll endeavour to fix it.

The module has been tested on many UNIX-like systems, including Linux and OS X, but it should work fine on other systems too.

To run the tests you'll need nose2. Once you have nose2 installed you can run the tests with the following commands:

$ nose2 -v tests

Example

The simplest way to show how cupage works is by example. The following is an example configuration file:

# dev-python
[pep8]
site = pypi
match_type = tar
[pydelicious]
site = google code
match_type = zip
[pyisbn]
url = http://www.jnrowe.ukfsn.org/_downloads/
select = pre > a
match_type = tar
frequency = 6m
[upoints]
url = http://www.jnrowe.ukfsn.org/_downloads/
select = pre > a
match_type = tar
[fruity]
site = vim-script
script = 1871
[cupage]
site = github
user = JNRowe
frequency = 1m

Contributors

I'd like to thank the following people who have contributed to cupage.

Patches

  • <Your name here?>

Bug reports

  • Matt Leighy

Ideas

  • <Your name here?>

If I've forgotten to include your name I wholeheartedly apologise. Just drop me a mail and I'll update the list!

Bugs

If you find any problems, bugs or just have a question about this package either file an issue or drop me a mail.

If you've found a bug please attempt to include a minimal testcase so I can reproduce the problem, or even better a patch!