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rFeedParser is a translation of the Universal Feed Parser from Python into Ruby. It has nearly the exact same behavior. http://rfeedparser.rubyforge.org
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= Universal Feed Parser http://rfeedparser.rubyforge.org Original Python code Copyright (c) 2002-5 by Mark Pilgrim Ruby port by Jeff Hodges. == Description Parse nearly any RSS and Atom feeds in Ruby. 3000 unit tests. Open source. == Installation For Debian-based systems: $ sudo apt-get install libxml-ruby1.8 # or libxml-parser-ruby1.8 TODO: dependency installation instructions for other platforms. And then: $ sudo gem install rfeedparser Or for the latest development version: $ git clone git://github.com/technomancy/rfeedparser.git Dependencies on other gems are handled by rubygems, but rfeedparser also relies on having bindings to a native XML parsing library. The recommended choice is libxml, which is installable with the libxml-ruby1.8 package in Debian-based systems. But it can also fall back to expat (the libxml-parser-ruby1.8 Debian package) if libxml is not installed. == Usage require 'rubygems' # may omit if installed manually require 'rfeedparser' feed = FeedParser.parse("some-feed-stream-filepath-or-url") feed.entries.each do |e| puts e.title puts e.content puts e.published puts '----' end == Contributing Clone the git repository at git://github.com/jmhodges/rfeedparser.git and which has a webpage at http://github.com/jmhodges/rfeedparser/tree/master.