[cc-devel] [ cctools-Bugs-1830868 ] cc-feedreader.php does not read content sections properly

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Bugs item #1830868, was opened at 2007-11-12 21:38
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Category: cchost
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>Status: Closed
Resolution: Later
Priority: 8
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Submitted By: Jon Phillips (kidproto)
Assigned to: Victor Stone (fourstones)
Summary: cc-feedreader.php does not read content sections properly

Initial Comment:
In trying to quickly create a simple feedreader for openclipart.org, I found that the content sections are not respected from rss and atom feeds in the normal parser and will need to be significantly massaged to work.

Note, content in normal feeds in the content, description and even content:encoded is completely arbitrary information for a parser and by default, in php, and thus the character data is streamed rather than read as one large section.

It will more than likely just be easier to just use magpierss for this functionality, as I'm doing:

http://magpierss.sourceforge.net/

Wordpress uses this and so does pretty much everyone else. It uses snoopy as well, so could be used on ccHost easily...thoughts?

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Comment By: Victor Stone (fourstones)
Date: 2008-01-02 16:58

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I tried to use magpie and if I recall magpie doesn't read attributes
properly (sorry if that's wrong but I spent a fair amount of time/energy
trying to get it to work for us but it didn't). The feed reader in ccHost
is not a general purpose reader and was never intended to be, it is there
for reading sample pool query results.

I'm marking this 'pending' in case someone wants to get aggressive about
following up on this for future features that will require a full blown,
all encompassing feed reader.

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