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I've added two new display types for all nodes: print and xml.

print takes you to a page without all the hoopla, like your nodelets, the search box, and all that stuff. You can specify an external style sheet to use for printing in your user settings. Otherwise, a default style sheet will be used.

xml is probably only useful for people who want to write some sort of alternative interface to Perl Monks. Right now, it only returns content of static nodes, which means it doesn't work for nodes like Newest Nodes (which is a superdoc and hence dynamic), or The Monastery Gates. I don't know how useful it'll be yet, but I'd appreciate any suggestions/questions.

As an aside, there's now xml node thread, for getting a threaded list of replies to a node. Pass it a param id (the node_id of the node in question), for instance: /index.pl?node=xml%20node%20thread&id=180845.

Also, notice the links in the upper left hand corner.

Thanks


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