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Feed::Find(3pm) 					User Contributed Perl Documentation					   Feed::Find(3pm)

NAME
Feed::Find - Syndication feed auto-discovery SYNOPSIS
use Feed::Find; my @feeds = Feed::Find->find('http://example.com/'); DESCRIPTION
Feed::Find implements feed auto-discovery for finding syndication feeds, given a URI. It (currently) passes all of the auto-discovery tests at http://diveintomark.org/tests/client/autodiscovery/. Feed::Find will discover the following feed formats: o RSS 0.91 o RSS 1.0 o RSS 2.0 o Atom USAGE
Feed::Find->find($uri) Given a URI $uri, use a variety of techniques to find the feeds associated with that page. If $uri itself points to a feed (i.e., if the Content-Type of the response is a recognized feed type), returns $uri. Returns a list of feed URIs. The following techniques are used: 1. <link> tag auto-discovery If the page contains any <link> tags in the <head> section, these tags are examined for recognized feed content types. The following content types are treated as feeds: application/x.atom+xml, application/atom+xml, application/xml, text/xml, application/rss+xml, and application/rdf+xml. 2. Scanning <a> tags If the page does not contain any known <link> tags, the page is then scanned for <a> tags for links to URIs with certain file extensions. The following extensions are treated as feeds: .rss, .xml, and .rdf. Note that this technique is employed only if the first technique returns no results. Feed::Find->find_in_html($html [, $base_uri ]) Given a reference to a string $html containing an HTML page, uses the same techniques as described above in find to find the feeds associated with that page. If you know the URI of the page, you should provide it in $base_uri, so that relative links can be properly made absolute. Feed::Find will attempt to determine the correct base URI, but unless that URI is specified in the HTML itself (in a "<meta>" tag), you'll need to supply it yourself. Returns a list of feed URIs. LICENSE
Feed::Find is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. AUTHOR &; COPYRIGHT Except where otherwise noted, Feed::Find is Copyright 2004 Benjamin Trott, ben+cpan@stupidfool.org. All rights reserved. perl v5.10.1 2011-01-28 Feed::Find(3pm)

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XML::RSS::Headline::UsePerlJournals(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation		  XML::RSS::Headline::UsePerlJournals(3pm)

NAME
XML::RSS::Headline::UsePerlJournals - XML::RSS::Headline Example Subclass VERSION
2.2 SYNOPSIS
You can also subclass XML::RSS::Headline to tweak the rss content to your liking. In this example. I change the headline to remove the date/time and add the Use Perl Journal author's ID. Also in this use Perl; rss feed you get the actual link to the journal entry, rather than the link just to the user's journal. (meaning that the journal URLs contain the entry's ID) use XML::RSS::Feed; use XML::RSS::Headline::UsePerlJournals; use LWP::Simple qw(get); my $feed = XML::RSS::Feed->new( name => "useperljournals", hlobj => "XML::RSS::Headline::UsePerlJournals", delay => 60, url => "http://use.perl.org/search.pl?tid=&query=&" . "author=&op=journals&content_type=rss", ); while(1) { $feed->parse(get($feed->url)); print $_->headline . " " for $feed->late_breaking_news; sleep($feed->delay); } Here is the output from rssbot on irc.perl.org in channel #news (which uses these modules) <rssbot> + [pudge] New Cool Journal RSS Feeds at use Perl; <rssbot> http://use.perl.org/~pudge/journal/21884 MUTAITED METHOD
$headline->item( $item ) Init the object for a parsed RSS item returned by XML::RSS. AUTHOR
Jeff Bisbee, "<jbisbee at cpan.org>" BUGS
Please report any bugs or feature requests to "bug-xml-rss-feed at rt.cpan.org", or through the web interface at <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=XML-RSS-Feed>. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes. SUPPORT
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command. perldoc XML::RSS::Headline::UsePerlJournals You can also look for information at: * AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation <http://annocpan.org/dist/XML-RSS-Feed> * CPAN Ratings <http://cpanratings.perl.org/d/XML-RSS-Feed> * RT: CPAN's request tracker <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/Bugs.html?Dist=XML-RSS-Feed> * Search CPAN <http://search.cpan.org/dist/XML-RSS-Feed> ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Special thanks to Rocco Caputo, Martijn van Beers, Sean Burke, Prakash Kailasa and Randal Schwartz for their help, guidance, patience, and bug reports. Guys thanks for actually taking time to use the code and give good, honest feedback. COPYRIGHT &; LICENSE Copyright 2006 Jeff Bisbee, all rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
XML::RSS::Feed, XML::RSS::Headline, XML::RSS::Headline::PerlJobs, XML::RSS::Headline::Fark, POE::Component::RSSAggregator perl v5.8.8 2006-07-17 XML::RSS::Headline::UsePerlJournals(3pm)

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