A tool for generating Atom feeds from ordinary to downright antagonistic. It is intended for testing feed clients as well as being useful to use as a working example when filing bugs.
This project is very early days, and forever will be a work in progress. If you have ideas of ways we can break feed clients reach out at https://gitlab.com/kevincox/feed-test.
A list of strings specifying what elements will have a
xml:base attribute specified. The following elements are supported.
The URL references in the feed will be generated based on the enabled base URLs and if you access an invalid URL an error will be returned.
A string specifying how feed IDs are generated.
An integer specifying how many items will be present in the feed.
Note: Currently items are removed a page at a time, so there may be up to
limit + per_page - 1 items in the feed. This may be made configurable in the future
An RFC3339 timestamp that will be used as the time for generating feeds. The default is the time of the request. This is useful for reliably triggering edge cases or making tests predictable.
Warning: While this will logically fix the feed the HTTP responses will not necessarily be identical forever.
An integer specifying how many items will be present per-page.
Note: Currently the number of items on the first page will vary as it "fills" up. This may be made configurable in the future.
A duration string specifying how often a new item appears on the feed.
1y == 365d)