Utility for reading Google Reader RSS feeds and tagging articles
A configuration file is read and a list of regular expressions are used to scan through all the unread articles in your GoogleReader feeds. Once a hit is acquired on an unread article, it is tagged with the regular expression's tag string. If a tag doesn't already exist, it will be created and the article will be linked to it.
The application will use the security credentials in the initialization file to login to the Google account of the user. An auth.txt file will be created that will contain an authorization key from Google. As long as the file exists the authorization key will be used to authenticate and create a connection to Google. Deleting the auth.txt file will cause the auth key to be regenerated with an additional login to Google.
All runs are tracked in a log file that is generated by the application. This can be used for debugging.
- GoogleReader account
Update the FeedFiddler.ini file
[SECURITY] username=<userName>@gmail.com password=********
Create your regex expression and the corresponding tag that the article will appear under
[RULES] programming=Python|Ruby programming=C|Haskell dvcs=git\b|mercurial\b|github\b|bitbucket\b
You can have multiple entries for the same tag with different regular expressions
You can just invoke it from the command line,
Or, put it in a cron job and forget about it.