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Overview from the original homepage: Synclosure is a RSS aggregator to flexibly download files in enclosures. It supports filter keywords, custom actions and a caching mechanism.
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$Id$ $HeadURL$ Synclosure VERSION_PLACEHOLDER Deoren Moor http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/ Description, Usage, Requirements, Install, Contact us, Bugs, Copyright, License. ================== DESCRIPTION ================== Synclosure is a rss enclosure aggregator to flexibly download the files. It supports filter keywords, custom actions and a caching mechanism. ================== USAGE ================== Editing the "sources.ini" file. One RSS URL fits on one line. Deleting it will create a default file. Comments begin with a '#' character and blank lines are allowed. Including only certain types of files. For example, only want mp3 files? Include them: synclosure -imp3 Exclude certain types of files. For example, don't want mov files? Exclude them: synclosure -emov Using custom actions. You want torrent files to be automatically handled over to your BitTorrent Client? synclosure -a torrent "c:\program files\abc\abc.exe" Specifying a destination folder. Synclosure will create directories based on the names of the feeds it parses and will place them in the same directory as the script. If you would like to place them somewhere else, specify the directory. synclosure -d COOKIES_PODCAST Scheduled downloads. Create a link to synclosure.exe (or synclosure.py if using source). Include it in your cronjob/scheduler or manually start it when your computer is idle. ================== REQUIREMENTS ================== binary installation: - Windows 2k - Windows XP - Windows Vista - Windows 7 source installation: - Python 2.5.x http://www.python.org/download/releases/ http://www.python.org/ftp/python/ - Universal Feed Parser (included) http://www.feedparser.org/ Note: Has it's own license. See 'License' at the bottom of this file. ================== INSTALLATION ================== binary installation: Run setup_synclosure.exe and follow the directions. You do not require administrator privileges to install or run Synclosure, but you have to install to an unprotected location if installing as a non-administrator. source installation: Download latest source archive or checkout from version control. Everything you need to run it should be included. See http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/projects/synclosure/wiki/Installation for more details. Please let us know if you successfully use Synclosure on Windows 98/ME)! ================== CONTACT US ================== We look forward to hearing from you! Project homepage: http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/synclosure Forums: http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/projects/synclosure/boards ================== BUGS ================== Before submitting a bug, please: #1) Make sure you are running the latest version of Synclosure. See the upgrade notes for details: http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/projects/synclosure/wiki/Upgrade * Make sure to backup sources.ini and cache.ini before upgrading to a new version. #2) Check the forums to see if someone else has already reported the problem. http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/projects/synclosure/boards #3) Search for an existing issue that matches your problem. http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/search/index/synclosure?issues=1 #4) If none of the above are true, please submit a bug and include as much relevant information as you can to help with fixing it. Thanks! ================== COPYRIGHT (Synclosure) ================== Original code and name (c) by raphael balimann, 2004 Copyright (C) 2007 deoren of WhyAskWhy.org ( > 0.1) ================== LICENSING ================== This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. In addition to the GPL this project also uses code that falls under other licenses. Please look within the included "licenses" folder for more information. If you do not agree with the terms of these licenses, please remove Synclosure.