functions.php, WordPress-style, to a Laravel app.
TIL there’s a Hide Admin Bar plugin for WordPress! Well, you don’t need it. Just disable the admin bar in your user settings. (This is especially true for single-user installs.)
Found a bug in SimplePie, dangit, which means I can’t currently use it as is.
Simply can’t see slugs or snails without also thinking of the Ramones’ Teenage Lobotomy (and, subsequently, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes’ version of Sloop John B).
Looking to further simplify my RSS reader and move certain bits of functionality to a kind of plugin system. These would probably be Composer packages, and use both built-in Laravel magic and Eventy for WP-style filters.
Hadn’t heard of Day One, yet. “Safely protecting memories and creating a 100% personal space” sure sounds like a digital garden of sorts. Oh, and they’re being acquired by Automattic, which is aiming for a very direct influence over 99% of the web, benevolent-dictator style. </mild sarcasm>
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Please tell us how you like it! I have had a (very) quick glance at FreshRSS’s source code but never actually tried it myself. Guess the design didn’t speak to me that much. (I fairly quickly ditched TT-RSS for Miniflux, too, I remember.)
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Quick update: I was able to fix most of these, but rather than add support for JSON Feed 1.1, I’ve fixed support for
application/feed+json. Also added a helper function that uses
\Mf2\resolveUrl() and a bit of XPath magic to use on yet unaltered SimplePie HTML. That means all XML and microformats content now gets processed the exact same way.
Dedju, my Micropub image uploads are kapot.
I’ve pretty much fully redone my X-Ray fork. In it, I’m offloading XML feeds to SimplePie rather than PicoFeed. This gets me better relative URL resolution and lets me skip HTML sanitization. (I’m running everything through X-Ray’s sanitizer anyway, which I’ve modified to support HTML5 elements and CodePen
iframe embeds. I may now even get consistent results, yay!) As a result, I no longer have to maintain a separate PicoFeed fork. Ideally, I could one day build my reader around just SimplePie, but its microformats support isn’t quite there, yet.
Interestingly, SimplePie supports
e-content but not, e.g.,
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Works for mf2 feeds and entries I parse manually, but not (yet) for those added by PicoFeed. (Wouldn’t it be nice if eventually all feeds were treated the same?)