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esmaeiliali
@esmaeiliali
@danmactough is there any way to empty the feed in the feedparser? lets say I have the feed from www.foo.com and I want to empty it and refill it with feed from www.bar.com is that possible?
Navid Al Nadvi
@nanadvi
Hi, Do i have to send the response to feedparser as a stream?
D S
@CircuitCodes
How do you grab a random post from a feed with FP?
Yassin Philip
@yassinphilip
Hi!
I'm wondering what "options" is in the README.md example..?
Yassin Philip
@yassinphilip
Oh, OK, I get it now, don't mind me :)
Dan MacTough
@danmactough
🙃
Jérôme Tremblay
@jerometremblay
Is it possible to use feedparser with window.fetch? it's response.body has a .pipeTo that should allow piping to a stream, but i am getting TypeError: Illegal invocation
Dan MacTough
@danmactough
Feedparser needs a readable stream, so it wouldn't work without doing something more to give fetch a readable stream interface.
Jérôme Tremblay
@jerometremblay
response.body is a ReadableStream, but unlike the example with 'request', it doesn't have a .pipe method to send it directly to feedparser. I expected .pipeTo to be the same, but obviously there are differences
maybe you would have a library to recommend to use client-side instead of 'request' ?
Dietrich Ayala
@autonome
hello! i'm seeing html entities (> for example) removed from item titles
is there a setting or something to preserve?
i tested item title length, and looks like feedparser is just removing them altogether
i'll file an issue also
Dietrich Ayala
@autonome
danmactough/node-feedparser#243
Thanks for any help :D
Hemant Singh
@heloscream
feed parser is not parsing all the fetched articles ????
yPhil
@yassinphilip_twitter
Hi everyone ; Feedparser is great! :)
What I'd like to know though, is how to set the user agent used by requestbecause once in a while, an HTML page is returned
yPhil
@yassinphilip_twitter
Does anybody manage to read this feed with feedparser? https://www.blendernation.com/feed/
r00tz
@razor950
@danmactough thank you for this module
that's all I came here to say :)
Dan MacTough
@danmactough
Thanks for the kindness @razor950!
r00tz
@razor950
its such a fantastic module
using it to feed a news tab in my application ;)
Dan MacTough
@danmactough
👍
praveen poojary
@praveenpoojary1_twitter
Hello Dan
For this rss feed I am getting date field as Invalid date
praveen poojary
@praveenpoojary1_twitter
I can see that for this url date is not right format also
Saturday,January 27,2018 16:36 pm
Can you suggest any workaround for this?
farnazj
@farnazj
Hi! I'm trying to build and return an array of articles (same as @douglas-b-clark ) so I listen on the 'end' signal but it never fires (the 'readable ' signal fires fine). Any suggestions?
Thomas Lee
@tleef

I keep getting a Not a feed error trying to parse google news' rss feed
https://news.google.com/news/rss/search/section/q/tesla/tesla?ned=us&gl=US&hl=en

I'm using axios

basic setup is

const res = await axios.get(params.url)
const feedparser = new FeedParser()
// define error and readable handlers for feedparser
res.data.pipe(feedparser)

Also, the error is not being passed to the on error handler which is weird

@farnazj Im not too familiar with feedparser, just started using it but they seem to have a stream property on the FeedParser instance.

You could try

const fp = new FeedParser()
fp.stream.on('end', () => {
  // blah
})
farnazj
@farnazj
@tleef Ah I see that helped! thanks!
Thomas Lee
@tleef
Cool, np
Any idea about my Not a feed error haha?
Thomas Lee
@tleef

I still get the error on the example rss 2.0 file linked on w3.org

https://validator.w3.org/feed/docs/rss2.html#sampleFiles

Thomas Lee
@tleef
LOL. Turns out node-feedparser is not the correct module. Works much better when you use feedparser haha.
Aliyss Snow
@Aliyss
huh
Aliyss Snow
@Aliyss
@tleef I've been searching for the exact same thing as farnazj. Thanks a lot you saved my month. Have been working on this one problem for some time now. Real life-saver.
Jon Jelinski
@Kezzo
Is there a good solution for rss feeds that have meta information below all items? This is for example used in this one:
https://feed.pippa.io/public/shows/clublife-by-tiesto
As you can observe the <itunes:category> tag is at the end. When using feedparser it's not part of the meta object or in any of the article objects.
Dan MacTough
@danmactough
@Kezzo could you open an issue with a little more info (like how you're parsing the feeds, what you expect to happen that isn't happening)?
Jon Jelinski
@Kezzo
@danmactough Alright, will do! :)
Jon Jelinski
@Kezzo
Done: danmactough/node-feedparser#262
Dan MacTough
@danmactough
Thanks!
Eduard Pochtar
@iamfrntdv
Hi there!