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Plagger::Plugin::CustoUserdContributed PerPlagger::Plugin::CustomFeed::Mixi(3)

NAME
       Plagger::Plugin::CustomFeed::Mixi -  Custom feed	for mixi.jp

SYNOPSIS
	   - module: CustomFeed::Mixi
	     config:
	       email: email@example.com
	       password: password
	       fetch_body: 1
	       show_icon: 1
	       feed_type:
		 - RecentComment
		 - FriendDiary
		 - Message

DESCRIPTION
       This plugin fetches your	friends	diary updates from mixi
       (<http://mixi.jp/>) and creates a custom	feed.

CONFIGURATION
       email, password
	   Credential you need to login	to mixi.jp.

	   Note	that you don't have to supply email and	password if you	set
	   global cookie_jar in	your configuration file	and the	cookie_jar
	   contains a valid login session there, such as:

	     global:
	       user_agent:
		 cookies: /path/to/cookies.txt

	   See Plagger::Cookies	for details.

       fetch_body
	   With	this option set, this plugin fetches entry body	HTML, not just
	   a link to the entry.	Defaults to 0.

       fetch_body_interval
	   With	"fetch_body" option set, your Plagger script is	recommended to
	   wait	for a little, to avoid mixi.jp throttling. Defaults to 1.5.

       show_icon: 1
	   With	this option set, this plugin fetches users buddy icon from
	   mixi.jp site, which makes the output	HTML very user-friendly.

       feed_type
	   With	this option set, you can set the feed types.

	   Now supports: RecentComment,	FriendDiary, Message, Log, MyDiary,
	   and Calendar.

	   Default: FriendDiary.

SCREENSHOT
       <http://blog.bulknews.net/mt/archives/plagger-mixi-icon.gif>

AUTHOR
       Tatsuhiko Miyagawa

SEE ALSO
       Plagger,	WWW::Mixi

perl v5.32.0			  2006-12-Plagger::Plugin::CustomFeed::Mixi(3)

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