So I friggin finally tortured myself to learn and install SimplePie on the server.
Everything is fine....except , I can't figure out how to accumulate cache's.
In other words....when SimplePie cache's a feed, it keeps it only as long as you specify for the cache time...and then it overwrites.
So if a certain feed only allows 10 items per cache/hit .....and any newer hits (cache) still only allows 10 items per cache, the older articles will always be overwritten so that only 10 items are displayed every-time.
I have Pagination setup , but I WANT to be able to accumulate the cache. Small example here of the way I have the simple script setup - <snip> (it's currently importing from 3 different energy rss feeds)
But it always cuts off a 76 articles. 1-76 . I WANT it to be 1-10 out of 1000. But I see no way to tell the cache I want it to stop at 1000.
Msg#: 4562229 posted 1:59 am on Apr 17, 2013 (gmt 0)
I can't find a Demo of that tiny stuff anywhere.
Really? I found several by searching for Tiny Tiny RSS demo If you don't have time to install a copy yourself, then I'd say it closet resembles The Old Reader in terms of layout, but I find it much more usable.
all the documentation seems to indicate it's mostly just a reader.
Yes, Tiny Tiny RSS is an RSS reader where you host the reader and OPML yourself.
I just want my articles to store from 1 - 1000
If I understand you correctly then almost any RSS reader would do this.
For example, in Tiny Tiny RSS you can set your preferences to purge articles after a certain number of days, or not at all. You can also decide how many articles to display at once. The system paginates them for you.