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poca-subscribe: parse feed to present stats to user (for use in optional filtering) #55

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brokkr opened this issue May 19, 2017 · 2 comments

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commented May 19, 2017

After user enters url, we gather info on feed:

  • how often is it updated
  • what weekdays
  • on average what size is episode
  • etc.
    Criteria: Something that can be used in filtering.
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commented Jun 1, 2017

Mockup of poca-subscribe feedstats

Author: mkennedy                         PUB COUNT / 5 WEEKS
Title:  Python Bytes                     ▮  ▮  ▮
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Avg. size of episode:   45 Mb            ▮  ▮  ▮  ▮  ▮
Avg. length of episode: 1h 14m           ▮  ▮  ▮  ▮  ▮
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Latest: #23 This line is too short ...   M  T  W  T  F  S  S

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add command

  • add starts with input url, then gets the feedstats
  • this also provides a check on validity of url
  • Enter to acknowledge and go on, ?? to skip
  • title input can be Enter-skipped (use title from feedstats)

stats command

  • stats will follow toggle and delete syntax
  • if nothing is input, loop through all
  • else restrict by --title or --url
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commented Jun 1, 2017

Components:

LHS

RHS

  • pub count

Stitching together

  • Create LHS and RHS as separate lists of strings of definite length (ljust if necessary)
  • list comprehension creates a unified list of single strings per line
  • '\n'.join(matrix)

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