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AutoRSS: Generate a RSS feed from files of a directory

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autorss 1.0GNU General Publi...5XML, PHP 5, Files and Folders


This class can be used to generate a RSS feed from files pf a directory.

It can read the list of files available in a given server directory and generates an RSS 2.0 feed with the list of files.

The base URL for the files and other details are configurable options.

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When you have many image files that you want to make available on the Web, it useful to drop them in a single directory and let your users know when new images are available.

This class provides a solution that lets your users be aware of new files by subscribing to RSS feeds.

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File Role Description
Image file read_wih_feed_reader.jpg Screen Read Channel with Feed Reader
Image file autorss_example.jpg Screen example of functioning
Plain text file index.php Example index.php
Plain text file autorss.php Class class file, engine rss channel
Image file autorss_w3c_validation.jpg Screen W3C Validation of AutoRSS engine

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well done !
15 years ago (Aleksandar Vasiljevic)
I think that this class is not having any oops related paradi...
15 years ago (Suresh Pandian)