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Conicidently I was just researching how to do itunes podcasts/rss feeds using perl, so I was pleased to see this node.

Based on the suggestions in this node, I have modified XML::RSS, I can send you my working copy if you want...

Currently creating @ a non accessably admin system
Outputting @ http://downloads.lsrfm.com/podcastrss/podcasts.xml

Update: BTW it is Pure perl so wont need complilation, tho you might need the prerequisies, Carp, XML::Parser, HTML::Entities

Barry Carlyon barry@barrycarlyon.co.uk

In reply to Re: XML::RSS and RSS2 with custom namespaces (website address update) by barrycarlyon
in thread XML::RSS and RSS2 with custom namespaces by BaldPenguin

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