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README.md

Smart RSS extension

Translations are in scripts/nls/*.js

For technical bug reports use issues here on GitHub

For bugs from user perspective use commments on: http://blog.martinkadlec.eu/post/501-smart-rss-final-v10

For developers

If you are interested in improving Smart RSS then there are few tips to get started.

First of all you will need several command line tools:

To setup your Smart RSS project open your console, go to your projects folders and type:

git clone git@github.com:BS-Harou/Smart-RSS.git smartrss
cd smartrss
npm install

You should also create .gitignore file including at least:

node_modules/*
docs/*
*.map
*-compiled.js
*.sublime-*

(*.sublime-* only if you use sublime text projects)

To check for jshint errors:

grunt jshint

To compile stylus files to css:

grunt stylus

You can also use watch task that will automatically compile your stylus files on change:

grunt watch

To generate source documentaion in ./docs run:

grunt yuidoc

In dev. builds you can run integration tests by pressing shift+insert directly in smart rss tab.

When you are done editing the code you should compile all the js files:

grunt rjs

and then switch to "publish" branch (that will make index.html (bgprocess) and rss.tml (app) use the compiled files instead of loading all the files separately) and rebase it.

git checkout publish
git rebase master

Then you can use Opera to make extenion out of it. Opera will automatically ignore all files and folders beggining with "." like ".git", but you might want to remove some other files too (like sublime text projects files). You have to do this manually or use some script that will do this for you. I have a script to do this but it is not yet ready to get published. In future it might work like this:

grunt build

Then don't forget to switch back to master banch

git checkout master