module pycode.blog_helper

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module 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 pyrsslocal.

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rss_update_run_server

Creates a database if it does not exists, add a table for blogs and posts, update the database, starts a server and …

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

source on GitHub

pyquickhelper.pycode.blog_helper.rss_update_run_server(dbfile=None, xml_blogs=None, port=8093, browser=None, period='week', server=None, thread=False)[source][source]

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.

Parameters
  • dbfile – (str) sqllite database to create, if None, the function creates a file in the current folder

  • 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

  • port – the main page will be http://localhost:port/

  • browser – (str) to choose a different browser than the default one

  • period – (str) when opening the browser, it can show the results for last day or last week

  • server – to set up your own server

  • 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")

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