Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

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Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

Postby GravityWell » 15 Apr 2013, 01:40

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Re: Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

Postby GravityWell » 15 Apr 2013, 02:08

Here is a screenshot of what this plugin does:

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Re: Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

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Re: Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

Postby GravityWell » 15 Apr 2013, 19:24

Nice, this shows some advanced techniques. I see you're using HOOK_ARTICLE_FILTER. I'm still not clear on the different hook types, but I know HOOK_RENDER_ARTICLE_CDM works at display time. I guess HOOK_ARTICLE_FILTER works at the time the article is initially downloaded, or both? I still have a lot to learn, but I'm glad that I'm able to customize feeds.

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Re: Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

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Re: Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

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Re: Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

Postby GravityWell » 26 Apr 2013, 17:27

@craywolf: Thanks for the update. I'll add your changes to the first post when the next "official" release comes out which I guess is 1.7.9. That will be my first experience with a version upgrade.

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Re: Plugin: Slashdot cleanup

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