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Re: Best RSS modules and techniques?

by Hero Zzyzzx (Curate)
on Aug 23, 2005 at 14:09 UTC ( #485915=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Best RSS modules and techniques?

Not answering your question directly, but: I'm the (sorta new) maintainer of XML::RSS and I'd be happy to get some help improving the module. It needs a documentation update because it does support 2.0 pretty well. It needs Atom support, too.

If you're willing to pitch in (at least testing it), I'd be happy to send you pre-release tarballs of the new version.

-Any sufficiently advanced technology is
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Re^2: Best RSS modules and techniques?
by xdg (Monsignor) on Aug 23, 2005 at 15:06 UTC

    Sure, I'm willing to help test. Email a tarball to my cpan email (DAGOLDEN). Or if you have a subversion server, send me the URL.

    -xdg

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Re^2: Best RSS modules and techniques?
by Anonymous Monk on Aug 23, 2005 at 17:30 UTC
    Well, why should XML::RSS support Atom? There is already XML::Atom.

      One stop shopping? With Atom support, XML::RSS could create and parse pretty much all RSS formats of note.

      -Any sufficiently advanced technology is
      indistinguishable from doubletalk.

      My Biz

        Well, for one there's XML::Feed -- It's a syndication format abstraction layer. Secondly, I would prefer that XML::RSS stick to what it's been named for (RSS parsing of course :) -- and do it well.

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