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by firewyre
24 Apr 2014, 06:57
Forum: Support
Topic: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"
Replies: 12
Views: 4290

Re: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"

I thought you might get a chuckle out of that (or want to kill me :-p).

Any chance of a change being made here? I'm going to patch the query locally if not, so it would be cool to know.
by firewyre
27 Mar 2014, 06:48
Forum: Support
Topic: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"
Replies: 12
Views: 4290

Re: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"

@JustAMacUser - I think that makes absolute sense in "newest first" mode, where you'd want to see it up top if it was just added regardless of what the site says the published date was, but not for "oldest first" (to your point, it was just published, so shouldn't it be at the en...
by firewyre
27 Mar 2014, 04:12
Forum: Support
Topic: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"
Replies: 12
Views: 4290

Re: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"

My DB confirms this. The Jan 26th entry that was out of place shows up in the same place if I sort as you suggest (subtract 5 hours from updated to account for my timezone and you get the date shown in tt-rss): http://i.imgur.com/wcRTvPt.png http://i.imgur.com/wcRTvPt.png
by firewyre
27 Mar 2014, 03:50
Forum: Support
Topic: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"
Replies: 12
Views: 4290

Re: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"

@linoth - honestly, I'm neither angry nor demanding support. I just wanted to report the information I had, what happens as a result is ultimately out of my hands.

Thank you guys for the quick response and for the additional info.
by firewyre
27 Mar 2014, 02:00
Forum: Support
Topic: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"
Replies: 12
Views: 4290

Re: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"

Didn't take long actually. This isn't exactly what I first described, but it's still a mis-ordering of items seen when viewing unread, oldest first. An item from Jan 26th shows up between two items from Jan 27, and two Jan 27 items show up after many Jan 28th items. Feed URL: http://www.lifehack.org...
by firewyre
27 Mar 2014, 01:51
Forum: Support
Topic: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"
Replies: 12
Views: 4290

Re: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"

Being that you develop this software, I (mistakenly?) assumed you'd have some feeds that you've been subscribed to for a long time that might have this behavior (given how often I'm seeing it). Maybe you checked them to see, maybe you didn't; it's hard to tell from your reply. But either way, since ...
by firewyre
24 Mar 2014, 07:37
Forum: Support
Topic: Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"
Replies: 12
Views: 4290

Sort by "oldest first" doesn't always "work"

I would expect "oldest first" to return items in the exact opposite order of "newest first", but this doesn't always seem to be the case. Sometimes, items from today are shown first, from oldest to newest, then all articles from before today are shown oldest to newest. Here's a s...
by firewyre
23 Jan 2014, 09:18
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: Let the "Enter" key submit the form in the search pop
Replies: 3
Views: 2050

Re: Let the "Enter" key submit the form in the search pop

Bummer (gotta love frameworks), but I totally understand the need to keep things consistent. Thanks Fox.
by firewyre
23 Jan 2014, 08:15
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: Let the "Enter" key submit the form in the search pop
Replies: 3
Views: 2050

Let the "Enter" key submit the form in the search pop

I search a lot, and I could do so faster if I could hit the enter key to submit the search rather than having to mouse over to the search button. Minor thing, but it would be a huge help if you have a chance to get to it.
by firewyre
16 Nov 2013, 00:08
Forum: Support
Topic: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --feeds?
Replies: 11
Views: 4571

Re: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --fee

Awesome, good to know. It also looks like I have the option to keep using curl by disabling open_basedir given what I just read about it being a restriction, and that by default PHP has access to all directories on a system. I have tt-rss running on a personal Synology box that came with open_basedi...
by firewyre
15 Nov 2013, 22:11
Forum: Support
Topic: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --feeds?
Replies: 11
Views: 4571

Re: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --fee

Indeed, defining NO_CURL as true and updating via f D caused the API hit to only go up by 1. Woo-hoo!! Is there a performance benefit to using curl vs. the other method of downloading the feed? It looks like geturl is there to see if there's a redirect response that it needs to follow in order to ge...
by firewyre
15 Nov 2013, 22:03
Forum: Support
Topic: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --feeds?
Replies: 11
Views: 4571

Re: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --fee

OK, added some more logging, here's what I got: 17.59.19 2013-11-15 In CURL block!! 17.59.19 2013-11-15 In safe_mode/open_basedir block!! 17.59.20 2013-11-15 geturl just called!! 17.59.20 2013-11-15 calling curl_init on new url!! geturl calls curl_exec and then after it returns, curl_exec is called ...
by firewyre
15 Nov 2013, 21:51
Forum: Support
Topic: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --feeds?
Replies: 11
Views: 4571

Re: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --fee

Very interesting results so far: ⋅  The log file we wrote to indeed shows fetch_file_contents running once per feed ⋅  I ran an adhoc update of all feeds, API hits went up by 66 rather than 33 ⋅  I tried f D on one of these feeds, log showed one new entry but hit count ...
by firewyre
15 Nov 2013, 19:27
Forum: Support
Topic: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --feeds?
Replies: 11
Views: 4571

Re: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --fee

Thanks, I'll give all that a go and report back.
by firewyre
15 Nov 2013, 16:42
Forum: Support
Topic: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --feeds?
Replies: 11
Views: 4571

Re: Feeds downloaded twice during update by update.php --fee

That would be quite stupid, wouldn't it? e: most probably, either the crontab is wrong or your math is somehow off. I know those are the most likely culprits, which is why I triple-checked everything before I risked facing your wrath. I even changed my API key and did a replace in all 33 feeds via ...

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