If you maintain a number of feeds, each with several versions of your programs, how do you know that all the download links are still OK? Run FeedLint on your feeds from time-to-time to check.
To use it, pass the URLs of the feeds to check as arguments, e.g.:
$ 0alias feedlint http://0install.net/2007/interfaces/FeedLint.xml $ feedlint http://my/feed.xml
You can pass multiple feeds as arguments and it will check all of them. For each feed, it will:
- Download the feed and check it can be read by 0launch.
- Check that all signatures are correct and by keys on your keyring.
- Check that each signature's GPG key can be downloaded.
- Check that the homepage and icon URLs work.
- Get the size of each implementation archive and check that it matches the size in the feed.
- Warn about releases marked as Testing which are more than one week old.
- Recursively check any sub-feeds and dependencies listed in the feed (if run with -d)
Tip: to check all feeds in your domain (e.g. example.com):
$ 0launch --list example.com | xargs feedlint
Here we ask it to check Edit's feed (and it also checks ROX-Lib, on which Edit depends; note that this mode now requires the -d option to be used):