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Re: MHonArc RSS 2.0 rcfile example

On 4/14/07, Dave Stragand <dave.stragand@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I recently implemented Jeff Breidenbach's RDF feed rcfile that many of
us are using to create news feeds from MHonArc.

Really? People are still using that? I'd switched to RSS quite
some time ago, using the following resource file. However,
yours looks much further refined. Thanks for sharing!



<!-- This is a MHonArc rcfile designed to generate RSS output. This
    rcfile is called via OTHERINDEXES from the master rcfile. The RSS
    format is designed for computer to computer communications of data,
    and might be used for providing information produced on one web
    site for display or links on another.  RSS contains content
    information -- and absolutely no information regarding how to
    render that content.  I used the following resources when
    implementing RSS support.

    <A HREF="http://www.slashdot.org/slashdot.xml";>

    <A  HREF="http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss";>

    This rcfile depends on a variable $X-MAILLIST$ which must be
    defined in the MHonArc call (using -definevar) Additionally, this
    rcfile has many hardcoded references to mail-archive.com.

    Jeff Marshall (copied from Jeff Breidenbach's rdf.rc)
    Time-stamp: "Sat 03/03/2004 11:58:00" -->

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<!-- Section 0: Configuration adjustments -->
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<!-- How many messages do we want on the RSS index? -->

<!-- What file shall we write the RSS index to? -->

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<!-- Section 1: Specify RSS markup -->
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<?xml version="1.0"?><rss version="2.0">



   <title>$IDXTITLE$ mailing list</title>
   <description>Email archive for $IDXTITLE$.</description>



     <pubDate>$MSGGMTDATE(CUR;%a, %d %h %Y %H:%M:%S GMT)$</pubDate>





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<!-- Section 2: Remove any HTML left from default settings -->
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