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GORSS - Go RSS Reader

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Simple RSS/Atom reader written in Golang. Highly configurable and with themes.

Overview

Screenshots

Usage

Tarballs with prebuilt binaries for both Linux and OSX can be found under release page.

Just start by running either gorss_linux or gorss_osx binary from the tarballs.

You can also specify theme, configuration and database manually.

./gorss -config gorss.conf -theme default.theme -db mydb.db

Gorss expect to have gorss.conf and default.theme in the same directory as gorss itself if not starting it with parameters as above.

To build and run use the makefile.

make run

In order to cross-compile make release for Linux on OSX you need to install the following:

brew install FiloSottile/musl-cross/musl-cross

The database gorss.db will be automatically created in your systems 'Data Home' directory. You can specify which database to use with the argument -db to the binary.

Features

  • OPML Support for loading feed URLs (opmlFile in gorss.conf)
  • Support for XDG configuration
  • RSS and Atom support (via github.com/mmcdole/gofeed)
  • Highlights for configurable words
  • Keyboard shortcuts highly configurable
  • Custom keys for custom execution of external applications
  • Open links in browser
  • Mark articles and open all marked in bulk in webbrowser
  • Theme support
  • Preview content of the RSS
  • Backed by SQLite database
  • Mark articles as read
  • Mark all as read/unread
  • Undo last read (mark it as unread)
  • Search titles

Configuration Example (Default config)

It's possible to specify configuration file as a flag, default is gorss.conf.

The configuration file can specify URLs of feeds as strings, or, if you want to customise the name of the feed as it is shown in your Gorss, as objects with url and name fields. (See the example below for supported options).

./gorss -config my.conf
{
    "highlights": [
        "emulation",
        "truck",
        "google",
        "network",
        "math",
        "toyota"
    ],
    "OPMLFile": "../example_ompl.xml",
    "feeds": [
        "https://news.ycombinator.com/rss",
        {"url": "https://www.sweclockers.com/feeds/nyheter", "name": "Swedish Overclocking"},
        {"url": "https://www.reddit.com/r/homeassistant/.rss", "name": "Home Assistant"},
        {"url": "https://www.reddit.com/r/golang/.rss"},
        {"url": "https://www.reddit.com/r/programming/.rss"}
    ],
    "feedWindowSizeRatio": 2,
    "articlePreviewWindowSizeRatio": 5,
    "articleWindowSizeRatio": 2,
    "previewWindowSizeRatio": 1,
    "daysToKeepDeletedArticlesInDB": 1,
    "daysToKeepReadArticlesInDB": 1,
    "skipArticlesOlderThanDays": 10,
    "secondsBetweenUpdates": 300,
    "skipPreviewInTab": true,
    "keyOpenLink": "Backspace2",
    "keyMarkLink": "Enter",
    "keyOpenMarked": "o",
    "keyDeleteArticle": "d",
    "keyMoveDown": "s",
    "keyMoveUp": "w",
    "keySortByDate": "r",
    "keySortByUnread": "e",
    "keySortByTitle": "t",
    "keySortByFeed": "y",
    "keyUpdateFeeds": "Ctrl+U",
    "keyMarkAllRead": "Ctrl+R",
    "keyMarkAllUnread": "Ctrl+T",
    "keyTogglePreview": "q",
    "keySelectFeedWindow": "1",
    "keySelectArticleWindow": "2",
    "keySelectPreviewWindow": "3",
    "keyToggleHelp": "h",
    "keySwitchWindows": "Tab",
    "keyQuit": "Esc",
    "keyUndoLastRead": "u",
    "keySearchPromt": "/",
    "customCommands": [
        { 
            "key": "j",
            "Cmd": "echo 'ARTICLE.Content' 'ARTICLE.Link' > /tmp/test2.txt"
        },
        { 
            "key": "k",
            "Cmd": "echo 'ARTICLE.Title' 'ARTICLE.Feed' > /tmp/test.txt"
        }
    ]
}

Custom Commands

Custom commands can be added such as the example in the example configuration above.

The variables given will be substituted with the content of the given article. There are no escaping going on so be careful!

Available variables are:

  • ARTICLE.Content - The content of the article
  • ARTICLE.Link - The link to the article
  • ARTICLE.Feed - Name of the feed
  • ARTICLE.Title - Title of the article

Themes

Themes are highly configurable and 3 example themes are included. You can start gorss with a specific theme as argument.

./gorss -theme my.theme

Themes are configured with JSON, default example below:

{
    "feedNames": [
        "#8ed2c8",
        "#46aa9f",
        "#2e6294",
        "#3b9293"
    ],
    "date": "#a25478",
    "time": "#f96bad",
    "articleBorder": "#4b7d81",
    "previewBorder": "#4b7d81",
    "feedBorder": "#4b7d81",
    "feedBorderTitle": "#fcedd5",
    "articleBorderTitle": "#fcedd5",
    "previewBorderTitle": "#fcedd5",
    "highlights": "#c90036",
    "tableHead": "#b2b37d",
    "title": "#fcedd5",
    "unreadFeedName": "#FFFFFF",
    "totalColumn": "#FFFFFF",
    "unreadColumn": "#FFFFFF",
    "previewText": "#FFFFFF",
    "previewLink": "#39537e",
    "statusBackground": "#4b7d81",
    "statusText": "#fcedd5",
    "statusKey": "#f6d270",
    "statusBrackets": "#bfceab",
    "feedIcon": "🔖",
    "articleIcon": "🗞",
    "previewIcon": "📰",
    "linkMarker": "🌍",
    "unreadMarker": "🌟"
}

[Screenshots]

default theme irssi theme night theme

License

This is distributed under the MIT License.


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