Source code for pyquickhelper.pycode.blog_helper

Function which starts a server to grab and read blog post for a mobule
based on pyqcuikhelper design. It relies on module :epkg:`pyrsslocal`.


import os

[docs]def rss_update_run_server(dbfile=None, xml_blogs=None, port=8093, browser=None, period="week", server=None, thread=False): # pragma: no cover """ Creates a database if it does not exists, add a table for blogs and posts, update the database, starts a server and open a browser, if *dbfile* is None, it is set to a default values (in your user directory), if *xml_blogs* is None, it is given a default value corresponding the the blogs the modules developped for these teachings. :param dbfile: (str) sqllite database to create, if None, the function creates a file in the current folder :param xml_blogs: (str) xml description of blogs (google format), if None, the function chooses the string ``__blog__`` of this module, it can be a file or a string :param port: the main page will be ``http://localhost:port/`` :param browser: (str) to choose a different browser than the default one :param period: (str) when opening the browser, it can show the results for last day or last week :param server: to set up your own server :param thread: to start the server in a separate thread Example:: from ensae_teaching_cs.automation import rss_teachings_update_run_server rss_teachings_update_run_server(browser="firefox") :githublink:`%|py|34` """ from pyrsslocal import rss_update_run_server if xml_blogs is None: raise ValueError("xml_blogs cannot be None") if dbfile is None: dbfile = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(xml_blogs), "rss_blog_posts.db3") return rss_update_run_server(dbfile=dbfile, xml_blogs=xml_blogs, port=port, browser=browser, period=period, server=server, thread=thread)