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Library for serializing the Atom web content syndication format.

Documentation

This crate requires Rustc version 1.40.0 or greater.

Usage

Add the dependency to your Cargo.toml.

[dependencies]
atom_syndication = "0.9"

Or, if you want Serde include the feature like this:

[dependencies]
atom_syndication = { version = "0.9", features = ["with-serde"] }

The package includes a single crate named atom_syndication.

extern crate atom_syndication;

Reading

A feed can be read from any object that implements the BufRead trait or using the FromStr trait.

use std::fs::File;
use std::io::BufReader;
use atom_syndication::Feed;

let file = File::open("example.xml").unwrap();
let feed = Feed::read_from(BufReader::new(reader)).unwrap();

let string = "<feed></feed>";
let feed = string.parse::<Feed>().unwrap();

Writing

A feed can be written to any object that implements the Write trait or converted to an XML string using the ToString trait.

Note: Writing a feed does not perform any escaping of XML entities.

Example

use std::fs::File;
use std::io::{BufReader, sink};
use atom_syndication::Feed;

let file = File::open("example.xml").unwrap();
let feed = Feed::read_from(BufReader::new(file)).unwrap();

// write to the feed to a writer
feed.write_to(sink()).unwrap();

// convert the feed to a string
let string = feed.to_string();

Invalid Feeds

As a best effort to parse invalid feeds atom_syndication will default elements declared as "required" by the Atom specification to an empty string.

License

Licensed under either of

at your option.

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