Automatic downloading with Azureus 3.0 appears to be doable through a add-in RSS plugin, downloaded through the Plugin installation wizard that connects to SourceForge. Currently with RSSFeed Scanner v.1.3.4.
Originally Posted by WanderingKnight
Oh, that's a neat little feature there. Is there any plans to add it to Azureus in the future? I can't deal with uTorrent due to it being closed-source and single-platform.
Though there is some more testing to do on the Filter line within Azureus, I believe it would revolve around the same concept as that with ”Torrent. ...but probably with more wildcards.
ScaneRSS on Azureus 3.0
(Untested, but should work theoretically.)
Installing ScaneRSS on Azureus 3.0 (WindowsXP)
1. Enter Advanced mode by clicking on the Advanced button near the upper right within the Azureus client window.
2. Within the Azureus client window, from the above menu, select Plugins\Installation Wizard...
3. Within the Install Plugins window, select "By list from sourceforge.net", and click on Next button. Scroll down to the RSS Scane listing (Currently 0.9.9), put a check mark next to that and click Next. Select whichever option in the following you want, or may be different on other systems, but click on "Finish" button to begin the installation.
Setting up ScaneRSS to work with AnimeSuki RSS Feed
4. Enter Advanced mode by clicking on the Advanced button near the upper right within the Azureus client window.
5. Open ScaneRSS: Within the Azureus client window, from the above menu, select Plugins\ScaneRSS
6. Select the tab labeled "Feed Options" that should be located just under the ScaneRSS tab, that located under and ass load of buttons that are grayed out, just under some useless client directory buttons, just under the ...VUZE beta logo, just under the... ...next step....
7. Feed Options: Fill in the Name line: AnimeSuki ...and fill in the URL line: http://www.animesuki.com/rss.php?link=enclosure
...and "Update Interval" of the feed should be 15 minutes or greater. Within the Feed Options tab, just above the Feed Data column are seven icons. Left-click on the second icon from the left to add the Feed to the RSS feed list at the left blank column.
Setting up the Filters
8. Within the Filter View tab, to within the Filters column at the right, add a name for this filter to the "Name" line. Then at the line just below that, add within the "Accept Pattern" line: .*?Title name.*?h264 or XviD.*?Fansub group name.*?
9. Within the Filter View tab, select within the "Download History" column: Use Hash Based Download History
10. Within the Filter View tab, located just above the right Filter column is a row of seven icons. Left-click on the second icon in that row from the left "Create new filter using provided information", to add this filter later to the RSS scan list..
10.1. Within the Feed Options tab, left-click on the AnimeSuki feed at the left column. (There also should be a check mark next to the feed AnimeSuki, to have the feed enabled.) Within the lower column should be a list of filters that you want to add to this feed. Place a check mark next to the filters there to associate those filters with the AnimeSuki RSS feed.
11. Keep the Azureus client and ScaneRSS running to... well, not sure what it will do yet.
Noted, ScaneRSS tell that "Filters are only applied to NEW item feeds, not to ones currently being shown." ...so anything currently listed within the FeedView that hasn't yet been added to the Filter list, likely needs to be manually downloaded.
Update 6/29: I got a bite using the replacement http://animesuki.rut.org/rss.php link for the Feed Data url line for step 7. Torrent automatically started.
-0 seeds for torrent. No torrent listing for that torrent seen on RSS Feed View.
-Assuming that there was a error in the RSS delivery listing, and torrent listing was removed for that one torrent.