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OPML import not working #82

simonszu opened this issue Mar 9, 2018 · 3 comments


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commented Mar 9, 2018

I have currently migrated miniflux from plain installation to docker, and therefore specified a new database instance. For that, i have exported my subscriptions from the plain installation as OPML, and wanted to import them into the dockerized installation.
After selecting the OPML and klicking "Import", the page refreshes shortly, but i do not see any feeds.
The associated output of docker logs shows:

[2018-03-09T09:37:47] [INFO] [Controller:UploadOPML] User #1 uploaded this file: feeds (1).opml (6366 bytes)

Concerned about the small filesize, i opened the OPML, and can confirm that it has indeed all my feeds inside, so: The upload of any OPML with content into miniflux succeeds, but miniflux somehow doesn't import the feeds inside this file.


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commented Mar 13, 2018

Also having issues importing OPML


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commented Mar 15, 2018

Looks like this feature was broken when compiling the software with Go 1.10. The fix is here ec08f45 if you don't want to wait the next release.

@fguillot fguillot added the bug label Apr 4, 2018


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commented Apr 7, 2018

This fix is now available in version 2.0.5.

@fguillot fguillot closed this Apr 7, 2018

@bugwatcher bugwatcher removed the bug label Apr 11, 2018

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