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importOpmlAsPodcast script

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Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  1444
Submitted:  Oct 28 2005
Updated:  Oct 28 2005

Description:

Import OPML lists with urls to podcasts, which are exported by many podcast portals and podcatchers, easily into amaroK (Vers. 1.3.3 up).

The script first opens a "file open dialog" with which you can choose a OPML (XML) file locally from your computer or from a remote location.

The script parses the file and looks for RSS-feeds. There has to be a parameter called xmlUrl in a tag called outline for the script to be able to do that.




Changelog:

Added check for requirements. Better error handling when user input is not valid.




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Hey,

I am afraid this is my first piece of Python software ever. The error handling seems not be working fine in all situation. I check what I can do.

Ciao
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Ok, I added more error catching stuff and some requirement checks. Works pretty smooth now,

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Dude, it worked for me. As it's more or less a one time deal to get the stuff imported, it only needs to work well once.
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Thanks, I just wish that something as simple as this was part of the program. It kind a makes it hard on the fresh Linux converts, such as myself. This make Amarok one of my favorite tools on my system, as I'm a podcast junkie..


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