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A terminal-based RSS feed reader.
git clone https://git.sdf.org/brainman/RubyReader.git cd RubyReader
Please see reader.rb for dependencies.
ruby reader.rb [url] ruby reader.rb https://blog.netbsd.org/tnf/feed/entries/atom
NetBSD Blog  Support for chdir(2) in posix_spawn(3)  Public NetBSD IRC chat channels moved to Libera  NetBSD 9.2 released  aiomixer, X/Open Curses and ncurses, and other news  GSoC Reports: Make system(3), popen(3) and popenve(3) use posix_spawn(3) internally (Final report)  Hitting donation milestone, financial report for 2020  Allen K. Briggs Memorial Scholarship  NetBSD 9.1 released  Google Summer of Code 2020: [Final Report] Enhancing Syzkaller support for NetBSD  The GNU GDB Debugger and NetBSD (Part 5)  Wayland on NetBSD - trials and tribulations  Default window manager switched to CTWM in NetBSD-current  Google Summer of Code 2020: [Final Report] RumpKernel Syscall Fuzzing  Google Summer of Code 2020: [Final Report] Curses Library Automated Testing  GSoC Reports: Benchmarking NetBSD, third evaluation report  The GNU GDB Debugger and NetBSD (Part 4)  GSoC 2020: Report-2: Fuzzing the NetBSD Network Stack in a Rumpkernel Environment  GSoC Reports: Benchmarking NetBSD, second evaluation report  GSoC 2020 Second Evaluation Report: Curses Library Automated Testing  GSoC Reports: Fuzzing Rumpkernel Syscalls, Part 2  GSoC Reports: Enhancing Syzkaller support for NetBSD, Part 2  The GNU GDB Debugger and NetBSD (Part 3)  GSoC Reports: Benchmarking NetBSD, first evaluation report  GSoC Reports: Enhancing Syzkaller support for NetBSD, Part 1  GSoC Reports: Extending the functionality of NetPGP, Part 1  GSoC Reports: Curses Library Automated Testing, Part 1  GSoC Reports: Fuzzing the NetBSD Network Stack in a Rumpkernel Environment, Part 1  GSoC Reports: Make system(3) and popen(3) use posix_spawn(3) internally, Part 1  GSoC Reports: Fuzzing Rumpkernel Syscalls, Part 1  VAX port needs help Enter a selection:
In this case, enter a number between 1 and 30. The newest item is at the bottom (1).
Enter a selection: 1 Looking for volunteers to help VAX gcc, now collecting bounties... Press enter to return.
Optionally, when prompted for user input, enter "q" or "quit" to exit the program.
Nobody should be restricted by the software they use. There are four freedoms that every user should have:
- the freedom to use the software for any purpose,
- the freedom to change the software to suit your needs,
- the freedom to share the software with your friends and neighbors, and
- the freedom to share the changes you make.