Raggle is a console RSS aggregator, written in Ruby. Features include
customizable keybindings, basic HTML rendering, HTTP proxy support, OPML
import/export, themes, support for various versions of RSS, Screen
support. browser auto-detection, and more. Raggle has been tested under
Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OSX, and OpenBSD, and should work properly under
other Unix variants as well.
Raggle 0.4.4 is mainly a bug-fix release, but we’ve thrown in a few
Christmas treats as well. Here’s a brief list of what’s new:
Changes in 0.4.4
- New “yank” command (bound to shift-Y by default) for feed items with
either empty or truncated descriptions.
- Added --update command-line option (update your Raggle from Cron,
the moon, etc).
- Switched to Ruby’s built-in Logger class for logging. This gives us
a cleaner log file format, log rotation, and log levels.
- New purge-deleted keybinding (bound to shift-P by default).
- Improved I18N support
- Documentation updates.
- Lots of squashed bugs.
And here’s where you can download this virtual stocking stuffer:
- Project Page: http://raggle.org/
- Download: http://raggle.org/files/raggle-0.4.4.tar.gz
- Signature: http://raggle.org/files/raggle-0.4.4.tar.gz.asc
- Change Log: http://raggle.org/files/ChangeLog-0.4.4
As always, feel free to direct any questions, comments, lavishing praise
or candy to us on the Raggle mailing list at email@example.com.