Thanks, I just gave that a try, and it worked nicely for a non-reaped node. That'll give me what I'm looking for, 95% of the time.
However, I can't seem to make it work for a reaped node. I tried:
But in return I got:
<node id="1199455" title="Reaped: Re: .pl to .exe" created="2017-09-15
+ 09:28:14" updated="2017-09-15 09:28:14">
This node was taken out by the [NodeReaper] on [localtime://2017-09-15
+ 16-15-40]<BR>Reason: [[hippo]]: Unformatted, without context and
+ apparently off-topic<p>You may view [href://?op=viewreaped;node_id=1
+199455|the original node and the consideration vote tally].</p>
So I tried changing it to:
<node id="53641" title="Visit Reaped Nodes" created="2001-01-23 00:08:
+15" updated="2005-08-22 15:36:03">
Edit: on re-reading your reply, I looked for and found the XML link you mentioned. I hadn't noticed it. Unfortunately, it also fails on a reaped node.
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