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Manual Reference Pages  -  PLAGGER::PLUGIN::SUBSCRIPTION::BLOGLINES (3)

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NAME

Plagger::Plugin::Subscription::Bloglines - Bloglines Subscription

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



  - module: Subscription::Bloglines
    config:
      username: your-email@account
      password: your-password
      mark_read: 1



DESCRIPTION

This plugin allows you to synchronize your subscription using Bloglines Web Services sync API.

CONFIGURATION

username, password Your username & password to use with Bloglines API.
mark_read mark_read specifies whether this plugin marks as read the items you synchronize. With this option set to 0, you will get the duplicated updates every time you run Plagger, until you mark them unread using Bloglines browser interface. Defaults to 1.

For people who uses Bloglines browser interface regularly, and use Plagger as a tool to synchronize feed updates to mobile devices (like PSP or iPod), I’d recommend set this option to 0.

Otherwise, especially for Publish::Gmail plugin users, I recommend set to 1, the default.

fetch_meta fetch_meta specifies whether this plugin fetches folder structure using listsubs API. With this option on, all feeds under Plagger folder will have Plagger as its tag.

You can use this tags information using Rules in later phase.

dont_use_notifier_api Turn it on when you want to skip Notifier API, which could sometimes be broken and always returns 0 instead of the actual unread count.

AUTHOR

Tatsuhiko Miyagawa

SEE ALSO

Plagger, WebService::Bloglines, <http://www.bloglines.com/>
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