Filter News > New option -> execute application with arguments

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Hi all,

using this awesome app!

 

What is missing is the user to define @ filter news an application to be executed when the filter returns rows.

 

the argument will be the RSS Title, beware should be enclosed by quotes ex. if the RSS title is 'My sister's laptop'

myapp.exe "My sister's laptop"

developing this feature, making the QuiteRSS your personal news secretary, imagine a scenario when a filtered RSS entry occured make an action (send mail, post to social etc.)

 

#must have

 

 

OS : win7x64 

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2 args, like this :

myapp.exe "My sister's laptop" "http://dd.com"

 

forgot the URL Wink

+ should be shellexecute so
What is missing is the user

What is missing is the user to define @ filter news an application to be executed when the filter returns rows.

if a feed returns 50 RSS, matching the filter will make 50 calls to app.

Hi,

Hi,

assuming you have some programming skills you could use the SQLite command line interface to do that.

You can find a short example described by me here.

https://quiterss.org/en/forums/suggestions/organize-feeds-last-update-date

Kind regards,

Sheldon

^but why?  

^but why?

Sad 

 

I need it right away when the feed will come, otherwise I have to make queries all the time to dbase.. still crying Sad

This was meant as a

This was meant as a workaround.

You could run the batch after the feeds were updated. The result will be the same.

Maybe you present a concret scenario and we can see if this works.

 

You could run the batch after

You could run the batch after the feeds were updated

how I could know that updated ?

 

this is the thing, I leave my desktop ON, leaving the house, go to work, myapp.exe somehow will inform me.

otherwise I have to query the dbase every 5min Sad 

Just schedule it or put it in

Just schedule it or put it in a waiting loop.

  ty

crying

 

ty