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Save data from feedly to a SQLite database

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# feedly-to-sqlite

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Save data from [feedly]( to a SQLite database. Supports saving subscription and collection data.

## How to install

$ pip install feedly-to-sqlite

## Authentication

Obtain a personal developer token [here]( Run the following command and enter your Feedly developer auth token :

$ feedly-to-sqlite auth

This will create a file called auth.json in your current directory containing the required value. To save the file at a different path or filename, use the –auth=myauth.json option.

## Usage

After you’ve setup your authentication, you can use the following commend to download and save your feedly data:

$ feedly-to-sqlite subscriptions feedly.db

More detailed help can be found by running the command with –help

$ feedly-to-sqlite –help

## Attribution

This package is heavily inspired by [goodreads-to-sqlite]( by [Tobias Kunze ]( and [github-to-sqlite]( by [Simon Willison](

This package was designed to fit nicely in the [dogsheep]( / [datasette]( ecosystems.

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