The atom feed generator from werkzeug.
Werkzeug used to have an Atom/RSS feed generator, which was pretty great, even if it didn't make the most sense as part of the Werkzeug package.
This repository is a straight-forward extract of the atom code
from Werkzeug version
0.16.1, including unit tests.
install & migrate from werkzeug.contrib.atom
$ pip install feedwerk
- from werkzeug.contrib.atom import AtomFeed, FeedEntry + from feedwerk.atom import AtomFeed, FeedEntry
bugs & maintenance
This project exists to help kick the can of migrating atom libraries when
upgrading werkzeug, so the only goal is compatibility with
werkzeug.contrib.atom. No new features will be considered. Bug fixes may be
rejected if they might be relied-on by anyone still using old Werkzeug.
On the other hand, if you like the API that Werkzeug used to have for atom feeds, please feel free to fork this project and build and improve on it! I managed (painfully!) to retain the git history for this module and its tests, so I think it's a good starting place :)
Some features we depended on were deprecated in werkzeug 2.0 and removed in 2.1:
werkzeug.utils.escapein favour of MarkupSafe #2 @mar1ad
Both changes are backwards-compatible with previous werkzeug back to 1.0. Client code that depends on the return type of
AtomFeed.get_response() may need to be updated in rare cases.
work on feedwerk
$ python -m pytest
$ flake8 --max-line-length=100 *.py tests feedwerk
The atom feed generator was written by Werkzeug developers from 2007–2019. The project history affecting this code has been retained in version control; see contributors. The full source and history of Werkzeug is available at palletes/werkzeug. Werkzeug and this project are free to use under the terms of the BSD 3-Clause License.
This project is not affiliated with Werkzeug.
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