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RSSamantha is a simple and accessible RSS / ATOM feed aggregator / creator that is written in Java.
The software can accessed from the Command Line and it is designed to subscribe to a batch of feeds in order to merge their items into new feeds and write them as RSS 2.0 and / or plain text.
The output is written to standard out.
It works in Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / Windows Server 2003 / 2008.
And also Linux, Mac OSX and Solaris users.
RSS Readers
Create RSS or ATOM feeds
Merge feeds into single RSS 2.0 / plain text feeds
Other features are:
Provide an improved user interface
Option to batch import new feeds (reads from a local directory)
Option to batch delete feeds (includes url to the feed)
Option to rename feeds
Option to subscribe to a list of url or web sites
Option to save the outputted feed to a file
You can subscribe to feeds from your browser. If you want to create your own list of sites, you can use RSSmantha with your web browser.
RSS Sammantha Sample commands:
> RSSamantha [options]
subscribe [url list] [parameters]
subscribe URL to the command line
Create an empty list of feeds URLs in [url] [/path/to/list]
Delete all the feeds in [url]
Duplicate one or more feeds
Feed subscription “reverse” (add a feed to a list)
Include a source in the feed
Include a tag in the feed
Merge multiple feeds into one
Merge two lists of feeds
Reorder the feeds
Remove a feed from the list of feeds
Rename a feed
Save feed to file [file] [/path/to/file]
Option parameters:
[option] [parameters]
[parameters] do not need a specific type of value
Parameters in square brackets ( [ ] ) are optional.
In the case of a parameter with an optional value, both are optional.
Parameters with a value in square brackets ( [ ] ) will override their respective values in the URL.
Parameters with a value in square brackets ( [ ] ) will overwrite the URL with a new value in square brackets.
Parameters in curly brackets ( {} ) are optional.
If no parameters are specified, the default options for the given command 70238732e0

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