Easy RSS feed parsing using libxmljs
This module adds methods for simple RSS feed parsing in node.js using libxmljs.
EasyRSS makes use of libxmljs to parse RSS/Atom feeds. libxmljs requires
scons to be installed prior to installing through npm.
On Mac OS X, the easiest way to install
scons is using Homebrew, a great package manager for OS X. With
brew installed, simply open Terminal and type:
brew install scons
On Debian based Linux distributions like Ubuntu, simply install using
apt-get like this:
sudo apt-get install scons
npm install easyrss
var rss =inspect = inspectrss;
The following are the major contributors of
node-easyrss (in no specific order).
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Copyright (c) 2011 Nicholas Penree <email@example.com>
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