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#!/bin/bash
#
# Created by Alex Blewitt for importing http://alblue.bandlem.com
# from Blogger into an Octopress solution
#
BLOGGER=$1
RUBY=`which ruby`
GIT=`which git`
WGET=`which wget`
CURL=`which curl`
[ -z "$1" ] && (echo "Please run as $0 bloggername";exit -1)
[ -z "$RUBY" ] && (echo "No ruby found. Please ensure ruby 1.8+ is available."; exit 1 )
[ -z "$GIT" ] && (echo "No git found. Please ensure git 1.7+ is available."; exit 2 )
[ -z "$WGET" -a -z "$CURL" ] && (echo "Please ensure either wget or curl is available.";exit 3 )
git clone https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll
cd jekyll
[ -z "$WGET" ] || wget https://raw.github.com/gist/1807781/rss.rb -O lib/jekyll/converters/rss.rb
[ -z "$CURL" ] || curl https://raw.github.com/gist/1807781/rss.rb -o lib/jekyll/converters/rss.rb
[ -z "$WGET" ] || wget "http://${BLOGGER}.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/full?alt=rss&max-results=500" -O ${BLOGGER}.xml
[ -z "$CURL" ] || curl "http://${BLOGGER}.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/full?alt=rss&max-results=500" -o ${BLOGGER}.xml
mkdir _posts
ruby -r './lib/jekyll/converters/rss' -e 'Jekyll::RSS.process("'${BLOGGER}'.xml")'
# To run this:
#
# ./bloggerImport.sh blogname
#
# or
#
# git clone https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll
# cd jekyll
# wget https://raw.github.com/gist/1807781/rss.rb -O lib/jekyll/converters/rss.rb
# or
# curl https://raw.github.com/gist/1807781/rss.rb -o lib/jekyll/converters/rss.rb
#
# wget "http://${BLOGGER}.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/full?alt=rss&max-results=500" -O ${BLOGGER}.xml
# or
# curl "http://${BLOGGER}.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/full?alt=rss&max-results=500" -o ${BLOGGER}.xml
#
# mkdir _posts
# ruby -r './lib/jekyll/converters/rss' -e 'Jekyll::RSS.process("'${BLOGGER}'.xml")'
#
# Originally forked from ab36f4575d221db932facfe84daca9a224885fe4
# and from article at http://coolaj86.info/articles/migrate-from-blogger-to-jekyll.html
module Jekyll
require 'rexml/document'
require 'time'
require "yaml"
module RSS
#Reads posts from an RSS feed.
#It creates a post file for each entry in the RSS.
def self.process(source = "rss.xml")
#FileUtils.mkdir_p "_posts"
content = ""
open(source, "r") { |f| content << f.read }
doc = REXML::Document.new(content)
posts = 0
doc.elements.each("rss/channel/item") do |item|
categories = []
item.elements.each("category") do |cat|
categories <<= cat.text
end
link = item.elements["link"].text
permalink = link[link.index('/',7)..-1]
# Use the URL after the last slash as the post's name
name = link.split("/")[-1]
# Remove html extension
name = $1 if name =~ /(.*)\.html/
# Remove the leading digits and dash that Serendipity adds
name = $1 if name =~ /^\d+\-(.*)/
title = item.elements["title"].text
title = $1 if title =~ /\[.+\] (.+)/
content_element = (item.elements["content:encoded"] or item.elements["description"])
unless content_element
puts "No content in RSS item '#{name}'\n"
next
end
content = content_element.text
timestamp = Time.parse(item.elements["pubDate"].text)
filename = "_posts/#{timestamp.strftime("%Y-%m-%d")}-#{name}.html"
puts "#{link} -> #{filename}"
File.open(filename, "w") do |f|
YAML.dump(
{
"layout" => "post",
"name" => name,
"title" => title,
"date" => timestamp,
"categories" => categories,
"permalink" => permalink,
},
f
)
f.puts "---\n#{content}"
end
posts += 1
end
puts "Created #{posts} posts!"
end
end
end
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