Reading list is a service that aims to synchronize a list of articles URLs between a set of devices owned by a same account.
By default, readinglist persists its records inside a Redis database, so it has to be installed first (see the “Install Redis” section below for more on this).
Once Redis is installed:
Configuration can be changed to persist everything in memory (not recommended). To do that, conf/readinglist.ini file should have the following config:
readinglist.storage_backend = readinglist.storage.memory
On debian / ubuntu based systems:
apt-get install redis-server
yum install redis
Assuming brew is installed, Redis installation becomes:
brew install redis
To restart it (Bug after configuration update):
brew services restart redis
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