Write RSS containing succeeded (downloaded) entries.
You may write into same file in multiple tasks.
my-task-A: make_rss: ~/public_html/series.rss . . my-task-B: make_rss: ~/public_html/series.rss . .
With this example file
series.rss would contain succeeded
entries from both tasks.
By default output contains items from last 7 days. You can specify
different perioid, number of items or both. Value -1 means unlimited.
make_rss: file: ~/public_html/series.rss days: 2 items: 10
Generate RSS that will containg last two days and no more than 10 items.
make_rss: file: ~/public_html/series.rss days: -1 items: 50
Generate RSS that will contain last 50 items, regardless of dates.
You can specify what field from entry is used as a link in generated rss feed.
make_rss: file: ~/public_html/series.rss link: - imdb_url
List should contain a list of fields in order of preference.
Note that the url field is always used as last possible fallback
even without explicitly adding it into the list.
Default list: imdb_url, input_url, url
Since some clients do not support RSS properly (ahem, uTorrent).
make_rss: file: ~/public_html/series.rss encoding: utf-8
RSS plugin now supports templating the content and title. These can be achieved via following configuration.
TODO: improve this section
make_rss: template: <file? or jinja2 template as inline> title: <jinja2 template>