I'm having a trouble migrating from a different RSS Reader to TT-RSS. In fact, It is the same problem I found several months ago (when I surrendered and started using that reader), I wanted to give tinytiny a chance... but I'm finding a few stones on my way
Started. A few months ago I tried to migrate from Google Reader, and I couldn't import my feed subscriptions. I started using another free software (rss lounge). But that software happens to be single-user designed, And that doesn't fit my needs.
Now, I'm trying to import my feeds here, without success.
First I tried using Chromium (under Ubuntu 12.04), both OS and browser up-to-date. I received this error:
This page contains the following errors:
error on line 3 at column 107: Opening and ending tag mismatch: dlg line 0 and p
Below is a rendering of the page up to the first error.
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/user/domain/rss/classes/dlg.php:9) in /home/user/domain/rss/classes/dlg.php on line 38
As I searched the forums, I found some users recommending trying a different browser, as there seems to be some unknown issue making some problems disappear as the browser chagnes. So I tried with Firefox, and I got a bit more of information:
Error de lectura XML: etiqueta sin pareja. Se esperaba: </dlg>.
Número de línea 3, columna 105:
OK, I translate: it seems that </dlg> was expected... and it didn't show up
As another suggestion was activating the "categories" for feeds, I went to my preferences... just to discover that they were already activated from the beginning.
I receive these errors both using the export from google reader and the export from rss lounge. Funny enough, I also receive errors when I manually add a couple of feeds to my tt-rss user, then export opml, delete feeds and re-import the opml. In this case, though, feeds were added to my profile, despite the errors output.
Disappointingly, the trick of modifying the export from tt-rss adding my sources just to see if i also get a "working import" despite a long list of errors didn't work, and when I tried that I got no feeds imported.
I'm sorry for posting such a long message, I also reported some of the errors to the bug tracker, though at this time I can't be sure which of my attempts was the one I reported ( http://tt-rss.org/report.php?view=64a73 ... 3dcdbab9e3 )
Thanks again for this great piece of free software If I can do some extra debuggin to help you narrow this bug, just let me know