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feedzilla 0.24

Django application for ATOM/RSS feeds aggregation i.e. planet engine

Feedzilla Django Application


* Bug fixes and a little code clean up
* pt_BR localization
* ``django-tagging`` replaced by ``django-taggit``
* Using tag slug in URL


* lxml instead BeautifulSoup
* New dependencies: lxml, grab
* Templates for ATOM/RSS feed moved to templates/feedzilla/feed directory

About feedzilla

This is Django application that adds to your site ability to aggregate
ATOM/RSS feeds and display them in single stream. In other words you can
use feedzilla to build planet site.

Project page:


* Use ``pip`` or ``easy_install`` to install *feedzilla* package.
* Install dependencies (see below).
* Add feedzilla to INSTALLED_APPS.
* Run `` syncdb`` or `` syncdb --migrate`` if you use South.
* Include ``url('', include('feedzilla.urls'))`` in url config.
* Setup Site instance via Django admin interface.
* Setup feedzilla settings via See available settings below.
You have to import default settings with ``from feedzilla.settings import *``
* Setup static files. You should copy or symlink ``static/feedzilla`` directory
contents from feedzilla installation directory to your ``%MEDIA_ROOT%``.
* Play with templates. Probably you'll want override some of default templates.


* django-common
* django-taggit
* south
* feedparser
* lxml
* grab
* transliterate


* ``FEEDZILLA_PAGE_SIZE`` - number of items per page
* ``FEEDZILLA_SITE_TITLE`` - used in feed generation
* ``FEEDZILLA_SITE_DESCRIPTION`` - used in feed generation

For actual list of settings look into ``feedzilla/``  
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