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Re: [O] RSS back-end: blogging with Org-mode is now easy

From: flammable project
Subject: Re: [O] RSS back-end: blogging with Org-mode is now easy
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2013 01:31:13 +0200

Hi Bastien,

I'm trying to use ox-rss to generate a rss feed but I'm facing an error : 

let*: Symbol's function definition is void: url-encode-url

I use the latest git commit, with Emacs 23.4.1 on Xubuntu 13.04

Here is the file I want to export as RSS Feed.

#+RSS_IMAGE_URL: http://xxxx.xxxx.free.fr/rss_icon.png
#+HTML_LINK_HOME: http://xxxx.xxxx.free.fr/

* [[file:2013_10_12.org]]            :Blog:
:PUBDATE: <2013-05-12 Sat>
:ID:       9e49dacc-00a6-4f5a-9aef-59e881f84faf

* [[file:2013_03_28.org]]       :Blog:
:PUBDATE: <2013-03-28 Thu>
:ID:       c3e0e2fb-114c-4300-abf1-f9f0b06cb2c4


Here is the 2013_05_12.org file :

* Title of the Blog post for 2013_05_12



Here is the 2013_03_28.org file:
* Title of the Blog post for 2013_03_28


when I use org-export-rss-as/to-rss I have the same error : let*: Symbol's function definition is void: url-encode-url

I also tried to use the project alist approach.
    :base-directory "~/website/src/posts/"
    :base-extension "org"
    :rss-image-url "http://xxxx.xxxx.free.fr/rss_icon.png"
    :html-link-home "http://xxxx.xxxx.free.fr/"
:rss-extension "xml" :publishing-directory "~/website/public_html/" :publishing-function (org-rss-publish-to-rss) :section-numbers nil :exclude ".*" :include ("index.org")  
    :table-of-contents nil)) 

Same error.

Bastien, could you please provide an exampl to illustrate the OX-RSS export engine?



2013/3/15 Bastien <address@hidden>
Hi all,

I added ox-rss.el, a rudimentary RSS 2.0 export back-end:

See the commentary section for instructions on how to use it.

Basically, the idea is to define a new publishing project that
will take care of publishing a .xml RSS 2.0 feed.

Blog posts are top-level headlines.

One possibility to use this for a blog is to maintain an .org
file with the summary of your headlines in a separate files as
top-level entries, then to export this file as a RSS feed that
you can link anywhere else on your website.

I plan to include this in 8.0 unless it's too buggy or useless.

Please test this heavily and let me know if it works for you!



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