The latest version of rss2email is v2.71 for Windows and UNIX.
awesome thanks for sharing the new code with update.
pause/unpause is handy tool.
Thanks for your dedication.
i like the site so that i we able to send our members email
Hey just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know a few of the images aren’t loading correctly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different browsers and both show the same results.
I use it everyday
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Awesome, very nice. Thanks for letting it stay open source!
Thanks a lot in advance.Rss2email sure is sure a beneficial software!
This is great! Does it work with 64bit Win7?
Yep, works with 64-bit Windows.
I love you guys… I mean, I’ve seen distros but this is THE FIRST ONE EVER that comes with “No Access” permissions. That’s it – after you untar it, you can’t even touch the darn thing until you chmode it to something more reasonable. I was laughing for good 15 min at least…
FYI – I’m talking about the latest Unix package.
Amazing tool. thanks for sharing. btw its use only in phyton?
Thank you for your very interesting post. May be useful for us all
i’m asking is there any way to do that without paython im not dealing with it?
now it works for me
I have a problem untar’ing 2.71 on Unix: it seems that all the files have 000 permissions:
l$ tar tvf *71.tar
d——— lsmith/None 0 2011-03-04 12:40:21 rss2email-2.71/
———- lsmith/None 0000 0000-00-00 00:11:18 rss2email-2.71/CHANGELOG
———- lsmith/None 0000 0000-00-00 00:34:38 rss2email-2.71/config.py.example
———- lsmith/None 000000 0000-00-00 00:41:24 rss2email-2.71/feedparser.py
———- lsmith/None 00000 0000-00-00 00:42:29 rss2email-2.71/html2text.py
———- lsmith/None 43 2006-03-16 18:43:04 rss2email-2.71/r2e
———- lsmith/None 58 2006-03-16 18:43:04 rss2email-2.71/r2e.bat
———- lsmith/None 0000 0000-00-00 00:04:16 rss2email-2.71/readme.html
———- lsmith/None 00000 0000-00-00 00:51:22 rss2email-2.71/rss2email.py
I’m not sure what to do next…:( Thanks!!
In the folder where you untar’d rss2email, try “chmod 775 *”.
Is it possible to read/write/update on a oracle db? or only with the file .dat?
[...] may still be possible to use this program if you compile it yourself. You can get the source code here. Shell sudo apt-get install [...]
Permissions in archive aren’t correct.
chmod 755 * # will let you r/w files
chmod a+x */py # will set scripts executables
drwxr-xr-x 2 rei rei 138 2013-04-03 12:35 ./
drwxr-xr-x 3 rei rei 55 2013-04-03 12:03 ../
-rw-r–r– 1 rei rei 7300 2011-03-04 18:11 CHANGELOG
-rwxr-xr-x 1 rei rei 3256 2013-04-03 12:34 config.py*
-rwxr-xr-x 1 rei rei 168065 2011-02-20 23:41 feedparser.py*
-rwxr-xr-x 1 rei rei 14847 2011-02-17 22:42 html2text.py*
-rw-r–r– 1 rei rei 43 2006-03-17 00:43 r2e
-rw-r–r– 1 rei rei 58 2006-03-17 00:43 r2e.bat
-rw-r–r– 1 rei rei 7208 2009-12-21 23:04 readme.html
-rwxr-xr-x 1 rei rei 31352 2011-03-04 17:51 rss2email.py*
“it seems that all the files have 000 permissions”
I really think that someone who knows enough Unix to describe the problem in those terms probably also knows how to fix it. Nonetheless… you need to chmod the directory (to at the very least 500, and I suggest 755) before you can cd into it and see the contents to chmod them. A recursive chmod at the top level (“chmod -R 755 rss2email-2.71″) will do all this in one go. Then you can optionally remove execute bits from any files that don’t need them, but if you don’t know how to or which files don’t need it, then just leave them as 755.
(Or if your actual problem is that untarring is itself failing because you are using some braindead tar implementation that sets the 000 permissions on the top level directory straight away and then cannot create any files inside it, then I suggest you use GNU tar instead, which defers the permission setting until the end to avoid precisely this problem.)
Or if you have the braindead “tar” problem and also can’t be bothered to download GNU tar, then first create the directory yourself and then extract the individual files from the tar file.
For example (in bash shell or similar):
dirs=`tar tf $tarfile | egrep ‘/$’`
files=`tar tf $tarfile | egrep -v ‘/$’`
tar xf $tarfile $files
though I hate to think what kind of system isn’t using GNU tar by default these days.
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