my fork of lb (lightweight blogger or something lol) https://github.com/LukeSmithxyz/lb
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#!/bin/sh
[ ! -f "$1" ] &&
echo "Give \`sup\` a page which has been added/updated." &&
exit 1
# You will want to change these variables to your needs.
website="https://r1k.tilde.institute"
rssfile="rss.xml"
# In order to cleanly use sed on a multi-line file, we have to use `tr` to
# convert newlines to a set character, then run sed, then reconvert the
# character. Unfortunately, due to a current issue in GNU's tr, characters of
# more than one byte are not functioning properly. It would be more ideal to
# use a rarer character (some random Tamil character, for example), but ^ is
# one byte.
replchar='^'
# So if you have a page with ^ in it, you'll have to change this to another
# single byte character that isn't in the page like ~ or something.
link="$website/$1"
title="$(sed -n 's/<title>\(.*\)<\/title>/\1/Ip' "$1")"
# Check and see if this page has already been added to the RSS feed.
if grep -q "<guid.*>$link</guid>" "$rssfile"; then
# Do this if it has been adding and we are updating it.
# If updating a file, we append the time/date to the GUID, as all GUIDs
# must be unique to validate an RSS feed. Even feed readers that follow
# GUIDs will still be lead to the same page with this.
guid="$link#$(date '+%y%m%d%H%M%S')"
title="$title (Updated)"
echo "Explain the nature of the update:"
read -r content
[ -z "$content" ] && content="New updates to $link"
else
# Do this if it is a new page.
guid=$link
# Get the page body content, excluding the nav and footer.
content="$(tr '\n' $replchar < "$1" | sed "
s/.*<body>//
s/<footer>.*<\/footer>//
s/<nav>.*<\/nav>//
s/<\/body>.*//
" | tr -s $replchar '\n')"
fi
rssdate="$(LC_TIME=en_US date '+%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S %z')"
# Eh, I'm a brainlet and I'm not sure how to elegantly add in the content to
# the RSS feed without first writing it out to a file. This is because if we
# tried run, say, a sed substitute command, we'd have to escape with \
# basically every other character. If you know how to do it without creating a
# temporary file, tell me. I do the same in lb, actually.
temp="$(mktemp)";
trap 'rm -f "$temp"' 0 1 2 3 15 # Delete temp file after script termination.
echo "
<item>
<title>$title</title>
<guid>$guid</guid>
<link>$link</link>
<pubDate>$rssdate</pubDate>
<description><![CDATA[$content
]]></description>
</item>
" > "$temp"
sed -i "/<!-- LB -->/r $temp" "$rssfile"