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README

About:
rss.pl is meant to provide an extensible tool for creating RSS 0.91
formatted files suitable for syndication. The script relies on two
external files for configuration information. Rather than trying to
explain how this occurs, I'll show you using the provided lastAcquired
files. There are currently three rss feeds bundled in this tarball
(lastAcquired, longestUnseen, and mostReserved), the config files for
each of these should be modified to suit your local site. A smallish
Koha image (sm-koha-icon.jpg) is included as well.

Dependencies:
rss.pl depends on an installed Koha system, and uses the C4::Context
module it provides.

Details:
rss.pl is meant to be run from cron (probably once a day or so -- more
often at larger libraries depending on the report being generated). It
is invoked like this (in the case of lastAcquired):

rss.pl /path/to/rssKoha/lastAcquired.conf

The basic process is that rss reads the config file
(lastAcquired.conf) to determine RSS header information, the SQL query
u