RSS generation
authorEugene Crosser <crosser@average.org>
Fri, 5 Sep 2008 09:46:01 +0000 (09:46 +0000)
committerEugene Crosser <crosser@average.org>
Fri, 5 Sep 2008 09:46:01 +0000 (09:46 +0000)
OK, now it creates RSS file with apparently correct *relative* links
It seems that client(s), at least Firefox, does not like relative links.
In short, it does not work. Don't use it.

mkgallery.pl

index bf37ddef5288f395523339c867223b09f58d97b5..0e3423c761b18b693895752ff9fa1b7cb240f2b4 100755 (executable)
@@ -29,6 +29,7 @@ package FsObj;
 use strict;
 use Carp;
 use POSIX qw/getcwd strftime/;
+use HTTP::Date;
 use CGI qw/:html *table *Tr *td *center *div *Link/;
 use Image::Info qw/image_info dim/;
 use Term::ReadLine;
@@ -179,8 +180,9 @@ sub initpaths {
 sub initrss {
        my $self=shift;         # this is not a method but we cheat
        my $fullpath=$self->{-fullpath};
+       my $toppath=$self->{-toppath};
        my $inc=$self->{-inc}.$incdir.'/';
-       my $conffile=$self->{-toppath}.'/'.$incdir.'/rss.conf';
+       my $conffile=$toppath.'/'.$incdir.'/rss.conf';
        my $CONF;
 
        if ($rssfile) {
@@ -218,9 +220,16 @@ sub initrss {
                }
                $rssobj->{'rss'}->save($rssobj->{'file'});
        } else {
-               my $link="";
-               for (my $pos=index($rssfile,'/');$pos>=0;
-                                       $pos=index($rssfile,'/',$pos+1)) {
+               my $link;
+               my $p1;
+               my $p2;
+               for ($p1=0,$p2=length($toppath);
+                               substr($rssfile,$p1,3) eq '../' && $p2>0;
+                               $p1+=3,$p2=rindex($toppath,'/',$p2-1)) {;}
+               $link=substr($toppath,$p2);
+               $link =~ s%^/%%;
+               $link .= '/' if ($link);
+               while (($p1=index($rssfile,'/',$p1+1)) >= 0) {
                        $link = '../'.$link;
                }
                
@@ -712,6 +721,7 @@ sub endindex {
                        title           => $self->{-title},
                        link            => $rsslink,
                        description     => $rsstitle,
+                       pubDate         => time2str(time),
                );
        }
 }