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libapache-mod-index-rss - Output RSS indexes of website content… more info»
The point of mod_index_rss is to give you an easy way to generate RSS files for you static content. It will build an RSS file for any directory that can be reached via a URL (keep this in mind for security, this is beta and I haven't added in pieces to restrict it from certain directories). Once installed you just have to put in the browser: http://www.example.com/?index=rss The following are a couple of examples: This would enable mod_index_rss for a virtualhost and only allow for file that have .htm and .html extensions to be sent. <virtualhost> IndexRSSEnabled "*.htm" IndexRSSEnabled "*.html" </virtualhost> This example would allow all files to be published except gif and jpeg files. <virtualhost> IndexRSSDisabled "*.gif" IndexRSSDisabled "*.jpg" </virtualhost> You will find a faq at http://www.tangent.org/mod_index_rss/ Have fun, -Brian Aker Seattle, WA.