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Re: newsticker 1.99
Re: newsticker 1.99
Tue, 9 Dec 2008 17:28:13 -0800 (PST)
Thanks for your quick post.
Unfortunately, it still doesn't work. This is the first time to use
I have removed newsticker 1.10 included in emacs 188.8.131.52, and reinstalled
1.99. I have also copied you configure setting in your post, but result is
news headers have been successfully retrieved into cache. I can browse them
plain view. But in tree view, no any items shown in "Feeds" folder.
Any advice is appreciated.
Andy Stewart-5 wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> I have use Newsticker 1.99 works with Emacs 23.
> I think 1.99 can't compatible with old version.
> So you have remove all your configuration with old version.
> And below is my configuration for 1.99
> | (setq newsticker-groups-filename
> | (setq newsticker-imagecache-dirname
> | (setq newsticker-dir "~/MyEmacs/Configure-File/Newsticker")
> | (setq newsticker-automatically-mark-items-as-old t)
> | (setq newsticker-automatically-mark-visited-items-as-old t)
> | (setq newsticker-retrieval-interval 600)
> | (setq newsticker-html-renderer (quote w3m-region))
> | (setq newsticker-retrieval-method (quote extern))
> | (setq newsticker-treeview-treewindow-width 40)
> | (setq newsticker-treeview-listwindow-height 30)
> | (setq newsticker-wget-arguments (quote ("-q" "-O" "-"
> | "--user-agent" "testing")))
> | (run-with-timer 0 newsticker-update-news-repeat 'newsticker-update-news)
> | (setq newsticker-url-list-defaults
> | '(
> | ("Google"
> | ("Emacs"
> | ("Planet Emacsen"
> | "http://planet.emacsen.org/atom.xml")
> | ("Emacs Wiki"
> | "http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?action=rss")
> | ("Don Stewart Blog"
> | "http://cgi.cse.unsw.edu.au/~dons/blog/index.rss")
> | ))
> -- Andy
> Kevin Lin <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hi, there:
>> I can see news in plain view, but can't see anything in treeview. Any
>> setting I have to
>> do ?
>> Ulf Jasper wrote:
>>> This is version 1.99 of newsticker, an RSS and Atom reader (sometimes
>>> called "aggregator" or "Feed Reader") for Emacs.
>>> Newsticker is part of GNU Emacs. This version has been integrated in
>>> Emacs' CVS repository.
>>> New features:
>>> - Headlines can now be downloaded using Emacs' built-in download
>>> capabilities (`url-retrieve'). The old download method with an
>>> external command (typically wget, see `newsticker-wget-name') still
>>> exists. The new option `newsticker-retrieval-method' controls which
>>> method is used. Its default value 'intern enables the internal
>>> download method.
>>> - The URI of a feed can now either be a string (as before) or a
>>> function symbol. In the latter case headlines for that feed will be
>>> retrieved by calling that function (and not by using
>>> - In addition to the existing headline reader (now called plainview),
>>> a new frontend for reading headlines has been written. It uses
>>> separate windows for the feeds (in tree form), a list of headlines
>>> for the current feed, and the content of the current headline. Feeds
>>> can be organized in groups. The new option `newsticker-frontend'
>>> controls which reader frontend is used. Its default value is
>>> - Feeds can be organized in groups.
>>> - Parsing of RSS and Atom contents.
>>> - Importing and exporting opml files.
>>> - Reading and saving cache file.
>>> - Other minor things.
>>> Please note that newsticker's default behaviour has changed:
>>> - Newsticker now uses `url-retrieve' for downloading feeds. Change
>>> `newsticker-retrieval-method' to 'extern to restore the old
>>> - Newsticker now uses a new frontend for reading headlines. Change
>>> `newsticker-frontend' to 'newsticker-plainview to restore the old
>>> For more information see the Commentary in the file, or newsticker's
>>> homepage at savannah: http://www.nongnu.org/newsticker/. (Note that
>>> development is done in the Emacs CVS repository directly. Files at
>>> savannah are updated from time to time only.)
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