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salmonella-feeds is a command line tool to generate atom feeds out of salmonella log files.
The salmonella-feeds egg is maintained in a Github repository.
salmonella-feeds [ -h | --help ] salmonella-feeds <options> <options>: --log-file=<file> The salmonella log file. --feeds-dir=<dir> Directory where to write feed files. --custom-feeds-dir=<dir> Directory where custom feeds can be read from (optional). --custom-feeds-out-dir=<dir> Directory where custom feeds will be written to. --feeds-web-dir=<dir> The web directory (i.e., the directory which HTTP clients request) where feeds are located. --custom-feeds-web-dir=<dir> The web directory (i.e., the directory which HTTP clients request) where custom feeds are located. --feeds-server=<server address> Feeds server address (e.g., "http://tests.call-cc.org") --salmonella-report-uri=<URI> The URI where salmonella reports can be located.
Custom feeds are special feeds that can be customized by users.
The input file has a simple sexpr-based syntax. Here's an example that:
(title "Eggs that Mario is tracking") (egg awful) (egg salmonella) (egg salmonella-feeds) ;; Ignore failures in tests (this example needs a server process ;; which is not installed on the Salmonella-server) (egg postgresql ignore-tests)
- Initial release