#1123 Liferea mistakenly claims "TinyTinyRSS source is not self-updating"

v1.10
closed-fixed
None
5
2014-01-16
2013-11-17
No

I get the following message using it with TinyTinyRSS (v1.10, on Fedora-20):
"This TinyTinyRSS source is not self-updating and Liferea does not support updating TinyTinyRSS remotely at the moment. ..."

In fact my tinytinyrss IS SELF-UPDATING via a cron job as described under "Periodical updating from crontab, using update script (update.php --feeds)" in http://tt-rss.org/redmine/projects/tt-rss/wiki/UpdatingFeeds

The message is annoying. Furthermore, liferea does not update the feeds anymore. I have to restart liferea to see new feeds.

Discussion

  • Dominik Grafenhofer

    I am running liferea 1.10.3

     
  • Lars Windolf

    Lars Windolf - 2013-11-18

    Reproduced

     
  • Lars Windolf

    Lars Windolf - 2013-11-18

    Fixed in git master and 1.10 branch to be released soon with 1.10.4

    My wrong assumption was that I could determine if Tiny Tiny RSS is self-updating from the getConfig callback. But this callbacks information covers only 2 out of 3 use cases.

    So I'm fixing your use case again and break it for people without cron and daemon updating. Argh... I hate this!

     
  • Lars Windolf

    Lars Windolf - 2013-11-18
    • status: open --> open-fixed
    • assigned_to: Lars Windolf
     
  • Lars Windolf

    Lars Windolf - 2014-01-13
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed
     
  • Lars Windolf

    Lars Windolf - 2014-01-13

    Fixed with 1.10.4

     
  • Dominik Grafenhofer

    Unfortunately the bug is only partially fixed for me in 1.10.4 (will test with 1.10.5 later): The error message is gone, but liferea still only updates the feeds after startup. Further updates can be seen only by restarting liferea.

     
  • Dominik Grafenhofer

    I can confirm my previous comment on 1.10.5. Even clicking "Update All" does not update the feeds although I can see new articles in the Tiny Tiny RSS web interface.

     

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