'instantRSS' takes an appropriately "tagged" Web page and spits out an RSS feed. The tags are simple and easy-to-use HTML comments. instantRSS may be used locally or remotely, alleviating the need for users to have PHP on their servers (or even having to know PHP).
DocumentationUser guide available in HTML format from http://thelocust.org/projects/instantrss/usage.php
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