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pubsub(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						 pubsub(1)

pubsub -- Utility for managing RSS/Atom subscriptions via the PubSub framework SYNOPSIS
pubsub [--client bundleID] subcommand [parameters] OPTIONS
The available options are as follows: --client Force tool to act as one specific client ENVIRONMENT
The pubsub tool is a command-line utility for interacting with the PubSub framework. It is intended for troubleshooting, as a simple way to see at a glance all the feed subscriptions that the agent will be periodically fetching, and to delete any left-over subscriptions (for exam- ple, of an application that's been deleted.) If the --client flag is given, the tool will act only on the PubSub client with the given bundle ID. For example, pubsub list will list only the feeds that client is subscribed to. Some subcommands, such as subscribe, require a client to be specified. The following subcommands are supported. Note that some have multi-word names. If no subcommand is given, a short listing of their names will be output. list Lists all feeds (of all clients, or of the specific client if the -client flag is given.) The title, URL and refresh interval of each feed are shown. Note that a feed subscribed by multiple clients will be listed once per client, and that each client may specify a different refresh interval. However, the PubSub agent will only fetch one copy of the feed, at the minimum interval. The interval is listed in parentheses if it is inherited from the client's default refresh interval. The interval is followed by a " * " if the feed will be refreshed even when the client application is not currently running. The interval is followed by a " * " if file enclosures will automatically be downloaded. list clients Lists all registered clients by bundle ID, along with their number of subscriptions. list client bundleID Lists only the feeds subscribed to by the given client. unsubscribe URL Unsubscribes from the feed with the given URL. subscribe URL Subscribes the client (which must be specified using --client ) to the given feed. list URL Lists all entries currently stored for the given feed. dump URL Prints the raw XML of the feed, as it was last fetched from the network. list entry identifier Lists the attributes of an individual entry, given its identifier (a 40-char hex string). dump entry identifier Prints the XML of an entry, given its identifier (a 40-char hex string). refresh URL Fetches the feed from the network immediately, and updates the database if it has changed. listen [timestamp] Installs a PSClient delegate and listens for changes to subscribed feeds and entries, printing messages when they occur. If a time- stamp is given, all changes that have occurred since that time will first be printed. The timestamp is given as a number of seconds since the system "reference date", i.e. the same as the result of -[NSDate timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate]. list downloads Lists all enclosures currently being downloaded. list enclosures Lists all enclosures, and their current download status. FILES
~/Library/PubSub/ Per-user PubSub configuration/data directory EXAMPLES
pubsub list pubsub --client com.example.SurfNews subscribe pubsub unsubscribe Mac OS X 10.5 February 1, 2007 Mac OS X 10.5

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LIFEREA(1)						      General Commands Manual							LIFEREA(1)

Liferea - GTK desktop news aggregator SYNOPSIS
Liferea (Linux Feed Reader) is an aggregator for online news feeds. It can be used to maintain a list of subscribed feeds, browse and search through their items and displays their contents. Additionally Liferea allows to sync subscriptions and read headlines with online accounts of Google Reader and TinyTinyRSS. OPTIONS
Liferea options: --version output version information and exit --help display a option overview and exit --mainwindow-state=STATE Start Liferea with its mainwindow in STATE: shown, iconified, hidden --debug-all Print debugging messages of all types --debug-cache Print debugging messages for the cache handling --debug-conf Print debugging messages of the configuration handling --debug-gui Print debugging messages of all GUI functions --debug-html Enables HTML rendering debugging. Each time Liferea renders HTML output it will also dump the generated HTML into ~/.lif- erea_1.6/output.xhtml. --debug-parsing Print debugging messages of all parsing functions --debug-performance Print debugging messages when a function takes too long to process --debug-trace Print debugging messages when entering/leaving functions --debug-update Print debugging messages of the feed update processing --debug-verbose Print verbose debugging messages DBUS INTERFACE
To allow integration with other programs Liferea profives a DBUS interface for automatic creation of new subscriptions. The script liferea- add-feed is a convenient way to use this interface. Just pass a valid feed URL as parameter and the feed will be added to the feed list. You can also pass non-feed URLs to use feed auto discovery. Example: liferea-add-feed "" Please note that Liferea needs to be running for liferea-add-feed to work. ENVIRONMENT
http_proxy If a proxy is not specified in the Liferea preferences (which uses the proxy settings in gconf), then Liferea will use the proxy specified in $http_proxy. $http_proxy should be set to a URI specifying the desired proxy, for example 'http://proxy.exam-'. FILES
/usr/share/liferea/css/ Contains default stylesheets for feed display /usr/share/liferea/opml/ Contains default feedlists ~/.liferea_1.8/ Contains user feedlist and feed cache ~/.liferea_1.8/liferea.db Sqlite3 database with all subscriptions and headlines ~/.liferea_1.8/liferea.css Stylesheet that can be edited by user AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Lars Lindner <>. Sep 14, 2011 LIFEREA(1)
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