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dagobah is an awesome RSS feed aggregator & reader written in Go inspired by planet

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Dagobah is an awesome RSS feed aggregator & reader written in go inspired by planet

Installing

Simply download the appropriate executable for your platform from the releases page.

Dagobah depends on MongoDB. Please make sure to install that prior to running Dagobah.

Adding Feeds

Dagobah is configured via a simple config file. By default Dagobah expects this to be either at /etc/dagobah/config.yaml or ~/.dagobah/config.yaml You can provide your own location with

--config
.

An example file is:

title: "Go Feeds Powered by Dagobah"
feeds:
    - "http://spf13.com/index.xml"
    - "http://dave.cheney.net/feed"
    - "http://www.goinggo.net/feeds/posts/default"
    - "http://blog.labix.org/feed"
    - "http://blog.golang.org/feed.atom"

Running Dagobah

Dagobah will run a high performance web server and fetch and update the feeds in the background. Simply run dagobah to start it up.

./dagobah

Building From Source

Dagobah depends on go.rice to embed the static files and templates into the binary.

go get github.com/spf13/dagobah.git
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/spf13/dagobah/commands
rice embed-go
cd ..
go build

If you want to work with the templates please make sure to

rice clean
so that rice will not load from the embedded files.

The Dagobah logo is based on the Go mascot designed by Renée French and copyrighted under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.

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