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Tiny Tiny RSS Monitor v2 (with TT-RSS plugin)

Posted: 23 Aug 2009, 04:51
by MoJo2009
Update: Tiny Tiny RSS Monitor v2.0 (with TT-RSS php plugin)
New features:
- Set window transparency
- Via Tiny Tiny RSS Monitor plugin:
- Show new headlines
- In advanced view mode:
- Feed list, Feed statistics: total/read/unread articles, subscribed feeds
- Show all/unread/read headlines by feeds
- More accurate info on new articles: now it monitors the global article changes rather than the unread article changes - like in v1.0
Other changes:
- Configuration GUI accessible all the time
- Changes in hotkeys

If you want to use the new features, all you have to do is grab a copy of ttrssmon.php (see the links below), copy it into your Tiny Tiny RSS directory on the web server, and set Enable plugin option to checked in TT-RSS Monitor, when running it for the first time.

If you can't or don't want to use the plugin, you can still use all the v1.0 functionalities by disabling Enable plugin option in TT-RSS Monitor.

More info about usage and configuration and the plugin in README.txt.

To obtain the additional information needed for the new features to work, I created a plugin (ttrssmon.php) for Tiny Tiny RSS ( - rather than using direct SQL queries via an external dll or exe, at this time I found this to be the fastest and simplest solution).
I'm far from being a php or sql expert, if you find that my solutions are slow or overcomplicated, please post yours, If the sql queries are not compatible with pgsql please share the corrections.

Also if you find bugs in TT-RSS Monitor please post them.



Re: Tiny Tiny RSS Monitor 1.0

Posted: 23 Aug 2009, 14:36
by Christophe-Marie
Nice! But I would not say this is portable, since afaik, ahk is a windows only language. Anyway, I'm sure windows users will appreciate your contribution =)


Posted: 28 Aug 2009, 04:17
by MoJo2009
Christophe-Marie wrote:Nice! But I would not say this is portable, since afaik, ahk is a windows only language.

I meant portable as in windows portable application: it doesn't write to the registry and it's one standalone executable. Lets hope that this script will inspire someone to create a truly portable solution. :D