Hi all, according to the Reedah FAQ it uses the same api as google reader, maybe someone could modify a new RssOwl build and see how it works.
"You should only need to do two things. First, replace Google's host names with Reedah's. Specifically:
Change http://www.google.com to http://www.reedah.com
Change https://www.google.com to https://www.reedah.com
Change https://accounts.google.com to https://www.reedah.com
Second, if your app uses OAuth, you'll need a client_id and client_secret. They can be the same as the values you use with Google if you'd like. Just contact us, because we currently need to set this up manually."
I tried to hexedit the SyncItem.class in org.rssowl.core_188.8.131.52212081830.jar, but it would not login.
Would be good if someone takes a look who knows a little bit of java.
Found a new rss reader which uses the same API as google reader.
bazqux is not free.
I made a rssowl build with reedah
Windows x64 - use master password
Wow, 64bit rssowl, you should publish this somewhere, many-many thanks!
(Seems Reedah won't be the ONE because it is painfully slow and getting timeout for nearly all my feeds)
Bazqux is not free, true, but they have a 30 day trial, I'm willing to part with some money for this thing.
Could I bother you to create a version which Bazqux?
Just to see how it behaves compared to Reedah.
(Would it be possible to get it in 32bit form too, pretty please with sugar on top?)
You're welcome. Looked at it. Mhh. Looks like Bazqux have not cloned the opml export.
So its not just a url change. No time for that. Sorry
Too bad, their web interface could run laps around Reedah in terms of speed. I really wanted to have sync working.
Many thanks for your effort looking into this!
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