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Steve Bernard, Jr
2005-06-02, 08:54
Hey, wait, this isn't a third-party plugin. Let me move this to the
proper forum. Sorry for the noise.

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Hey all,

After updating my svn of the 6.1 trunk, my RSS plugin seems to have
stopped parsing feeds. I get error messages to that effect as the
server over and over attempts and fails to parse, which seems to be
bogging down my system (Ubuntu Linux) a bit.

I tried parallel installs of both the latest nightly and the 5/31
nightly, and while the latest also fails to work, 5/31 works fine, so
it looks like a newly-introduced issue.

Let me know if any debugging logs would be helpful, or maybe someone
already knows what change might have messed it up.

Thanks,

-Steve

Dan Sully
2005-06-02, 09:15
* Steve Bernard, Jr shaped the electrons to say...

>After updating my svn of the 6.1 trunk, my RSS plugin seems to have
>stopped parsing feeds. I get error messages to that effect as the
>server over and over attempts and fails to parse, which seems to be
>bogging down my system (Ubuntu Linux) a bit.
>
>I tried parallel installs of both the latest nightly and the 5/31
>nightly, and while the latest also fails to work, 5/31 works fine, so
>it looks like a newly-introduced issue.
>
>Let me know if any debugging logs would be helpful, or maybe someone
>already knows what change might have messed it up.

Steve - which feed(s) are giving you issues? The output from --d_plugins &
--d_remotestream would be useful.

-D
--
You have the puzzle pieces? Good, then turn off the damn walls.

sbjaerum
2005-06-02, 11:21
It might be related to svn check-in 3322.
If so, the problem was fixed in check-in 3330.

Steinar

Steve Bernard, Jr
2005-06-02, 17:09
On 6/2/05, sbjaerum wrote:
>
> It might be related to svn check-in 3322.
> If so, the problem was fixed in check-in 3330.
>
> Steinar

You are quite right. I did an svn update and it's all good.

Thankee,

-Steve