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Limit Reader posts by count, not publish date

This changes the Reader to show the 250 most recent posts, with the
5-post-per-author limit still, instead of only posts from the last 3
months.
oauth-gitea
Matt Baer 2 years ago
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05aad04b21
  1. 16
      read.go

16
read.go

@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
/*
* Copyright © 2018-2019 A Bunch Tell LLC.
* Copyright © 2018-2020 A Bunch Tell LLC.
*
* This file is part of WriteFreely.
*
@ -33,6 +33,8 @@ const (
tlAPIPageLimit = 10
tlMaxAuthorPosts = 5
tlPostsPerPage = 16
tlMaxPostCache = 250
tlCacheDur = 10 * time.Minute
)
type localTimeline struct {
@ -60,19 +62,25 @@ type readPublication struct {
func initLocalTimeline(app *App) {
app.timeline = &localTimeline{
postsPerPage: tlPostsPerPage,
m: memo.New(app.FetchPublicPosts, 10*time.Minute),
m: memo.New(app.FetchPublicPosts, tlCacheDur),
}
}
// satisfies memo.Func
func (app *App) FetchPublicPosts() (interface{}, error) {
// Conditions
limit := fmt.Sprintf("LIMIT %d", tlMaxPostCache)
// This is better than the hard limit when limiting posts from individual authors
// ageCond := `p.created >= ` + app.db.dateSub(3, "month") + ` AND `
// Finds all public posts and posts in a public collection published during the owner's active subscription period and within the last 3 months
rows, err := app.db.Query(`SELECT p.id, alias, c.title, p.slug, p.title, p.content, p.text_appearance, p.language, p.rtl, p.created, p.updated
FROM collections c
LEFT JOIN posts p ON p.collection_id = c.id
LEFT JOIN users u ON u.id = p.owner_id
WHERE c.privacy = 1 AND (p.created >= ` + app.db.dateSub(3, "month") + ` AND p.created <= ` + app.db.now() + ` AND pinned_position IS NULL) AND u.status = 0
ORDER BY p.created DESC`)
WHERE c.privacy = 1 AND (p.created <= ` + app.db.now() + ` AND pinned_position IS NULL) AND u.status = 0
ORDER BY p.created DESC
` + limit)
if err != nil {
log.Error("Failed selecting from posts: %v", err)
return nil, impart.HTTPError{http.StatusInternalServerError, "Couldn't retrieve collection posts." + err.Error()}

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