This is the command bpsync that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
bpsync - Synchronize BashPodder subscriptions with gpodder.net
bpsync (put|get) [device-id]
bpsync is a simple gpodder.net client application for syncing a BashPodder
(http://lincgeek.org/bashpodder/) subscription list from and to the web service. As
BashPodder uses a simple one-URL-per-line subscription list format, this script can be
used with other applications, too (or to simply backup gpodder.net subscription URLs as
plain text file).
If you have added a subscription on gpodder.net, you can use the get sub-command to
overwrite the local subscription list with the list stored on gpodder.net. If you have
added a subscription locally, you can use the put sub-command to overwrite the list on
gpodder.net with the list stored in the BashPodder subscription list.
The following environment variables must be set for bpsync to work:
Username for the web service
Password for the web service
The following environment variables are optional:
Path to your bp.conf file (default: bp.conf)
Host of the webservice to use (default: gpodder.net)
Upload bp.conf as device "bp"
Download subscriptions for device "bp"
bpsync get mydev
Download subscriptions for device "mydev"
Use bpsync online using onworks.net services