An unofficial mirror of the Tiny Tiny RSS, an open-source RSS feed reader and aggregator https://git.tt-rss.org/fox/tt-rss
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Tiny Tiny RSS
Server-side RSS feed aggregator written in PHP and heavily based
on XmlHttpRequest and related technologies for user interface and
Licensed under GPL version 2.
Warning: I don't know how to stress it enough - please do not install
this program wide open to the whole internet. It belongs to (host or password)
protected directory on your webserver. There could be SQL-injection or other
remote vulnerabilities, so beware.
Also, TT-rss at present is not multi-user. It is designed for one person to
read news consistently from different locations, one location at a time. Otherwise,
last-read information will get messed up and other bad stuff could happen.
There is (incomplete) support for keyboard navigation.
"n" and "p" moves between next/previous posts when feed is opened, switching
pages as needed.
"r" refreshes feed list
"u" refreshes currently selected feed
- Magpie RSS (http://magpierss.sourceforge.net/) - place it into
- PostgreSQL (example schema and configuration in ttrss_schema.sql)
Don't forget to copy config.php-dist to config.php and edit it.
icons/ directory should be writable for your httpd user.
Send your questions, comments, patches to Andrew Dolgov <email@example.com>