By Katsumii-Oracle on Feb 13, 2014
If you are like me and having problem with your RSS reader,
maybe you can use 'nc'(netcat) and 'curl' combination to work around your problem.
I got this idea by reading this page.
nc -l -p 8080 <fifo | nc tweakers.net 80 >fifo
I admit that I don't fully understand the above line. Maybe I need to read the netcat's source files.
But this works. Here's the script.
#!/bin/bash # Run this script with nohup and point your RSS browser to localhost:8080 while true do nc -l localhost 8080 < fifo | curl --silent http://feeds.feedburner.com/OLLRecentActivity?format=xml | xml_grep --exclude 'channel/item/description' > fifo done
I don't think this qualifies as 'proxy' because the input is just stubbed out. Also, if your RSS reader is
capable of readling from local file, 'nc' is certainly an overkill.
Lastly, I used 'xml_grep' because I had it installed on my server by chance.
I want to rewrite with XSLT and post here when I have time.