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@ -77,8 +77,11 @@ cases" below is detailed how to pass those arguments to morss.
The list of arguments can be obtained by running `morss --help`
```
usage: morss [-h] [--format {rss,json,html,csv}] [--search STRING] [--clip] [--indent] [--cache] [--force] [--proxy] [--newest] [--firstlink] [--items XPATH] [--item_link XPATH]
[--item_title XPATH] [--item_content XPATH] [--item_time XPATH] [--nolink] [--noref] [--silent]
usage: morss [-h] [--format {rss,json,html,csv}] [--search STRING] [--clip]
[--indent] [--cache] [--force] [--proxy] [--newest] [--firstlink]
[--resolve] [--items XPATH] [--item_link XPATH]
[--item_title XPATH] [--item_content XPATH] [--item_time XPATH]
[--nolink] [--noref] [--silent]
url
Get full-text RSS feeds
@ -93,28 +96,38 @@ output:
--format {rss,json,html,csv}
output format
--search STRING does a basic case-sensitive search in the feed
--clip stick the full article content under the original feed content (useful for twitter)
--indent returns indented XML or JSON, takes more place, but human-readable
--clip stick the full article content under the original feed
content (useful for twitter)
--indent returns indented XML or JSON, takes more place, but
human-readable
action:
--cache only take articles from the cache (ie. don't grab new articles' content), so as to save time
--cache only take articles from the cache (ie. don't grab new
articles' content), so as to save time
--force force refetch the rss feed and articles
--proxy doesn't fill the articles
--newest return the feed items in chronological order (morss ohterwise shows the items by appearing order)
--firstlink pull the first article mentioned in the description instead of the default link
--resolve replace tracking links with direct links to articles (not compatible with --proxy)
--newest return the feed items in chronological order (morss
ohterwise shows the items by appearing order)
--firstlink pull the first article mentioned in the description
instead of the default link
--resolve replace tracking links with direct links to articles
(not compatible with --proxy)
custom feeds:
--items XPATH (mandatory to activate the custom feeds function) xpath rule to match all the RSS entries
--item_link XPATH xpath rule relative to items to point to the entry's link
--items XPATH (mandatory to activate the custom feeds function)
xpath rule to match all the RSS entries
--item_link XPATH xpath rule relative to items to point to the entry's
link
--item_title XPATH entry's title
--item_content XPATH entry's content
--item_time XPATH entry's date & time (accepts a wide range of time formats)
--item_time XPATH entry's date & time (accepts a wide range of time
formats)
misc:
--nolink drop links, but keeps links' inner text
--noref drop items' link
--silent don't output the final RSS (useless on its own, but can be nice when debugging)
--silent don't output the final RSS (useless on its own, but
can be nice when debugging)
GNU AGPLv3 code
```

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