in reply to Re: Best RSS modules and techniques?in thread Best RSS modules and techniques?
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.
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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