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RSS::RSS10

RSS 1.0 support

RSS has three different versions. This module contains support for version 1.0

Producing RSS 1.0

Producing our own RSS feeds is easy as well. Let’s make a very basic feed:

require "rss"

rss = RSS::Maker.make("1.0") do |maker|
  maker.channel.language = "en"
  maker.channel.author = "matz"
  maker.channel.about = "About my feed."
  maker.channel.updated = Time.now.to_s
  maker.channel.link = "http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/feeds/news.rss"
  maker.channel.title = "Example Feed"
  maker.channel.description = "A longer description of my feed."
  maker.items.new_item do |item|
    item.link = "http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/news/2010/12/25/ruby-1-9-2-p136-is-released/"
    item.title = "Ruby 1.9.2-p136 is released"
    item.updated = Time.now.to_s
  end
end

puts rss

As you can see, this is a very Builder-like DSL. This code will spit out an RSS 1.0 feed with one item. If we needed a second item, we’d make another block with maker.items.new_item and build a second one.

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append_features(klass) click to toggle source
 
               # File rss/1.0.rb, line 41
def self.append_features(klass)
  super

  klass.install_must_call_validator('', ::RSS::URI)
end
            

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