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NAME Vitacilina - ¡Ah, qué buena medicina! DESCRIPTION A simple feeds engine exporter that uses YAML to get list of feeds and TT as templating system. Some people would call it an aggregator. It was intended to be a reliable Planet (<http://planetplanet.org>) alternative, then some development ideas evolved into rFeed (http://github.com/damog/rfeed). Vitacilina runs on production services on a couple of systems. SYNOPSIS use Vitacilina; my $v = Vitacilina->new( config => 'config.yaml', template => 'template.tt', output => 'output.html', limit => '20', ); $v->render; FILES config The "config" parameter specifies the path to a YAML file specifying a list of feeds. Use this format: http://myserver.com/myfeed: name: Some Cool Feed http://feeds.feedburner.com/InfinitePigTheorem: name: InfinitePigTheorem ... template A "Template::Toolkit" file which will be taken as the template for output. Format: [% FOREACH p IN data %] <a href="[% p.permalink %]">[% p.title %]</a> by <a href="[% p.channelUrl %]">[% p.author %]</a> <br /> [% END %] The "data" is an ordered array with a bunch of hashes with the simple data such as "permalink", "title", "channelUrl", "author", etc. output File path where the output will be written. EXAMPLES Take a look at the "examples/" directory for fully working example. SEE ALSO Git repository is located at <http://github.com/damog/vitacilina>. Also take a look at the Stereonaut! blog where similar developments from the author are announced and sampled, <http://log.damog.net/>. AUTHOR David Moreno, firstname.lastname@example.org. Alexandr Ciornii contributed with patches. COPYRIGHT Copyright (C) 2009 by David Moreno. This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.