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Atom feed broken

Atom feed broken

From:
Rafael Martins
Date:
2012-04-25 @ 17:34
I just noticed that the atom feed is broken in some clients, because
the html isn't properly escaped.

I'll fix this, and release 0.10.1 tonight.

Stay tuned, and thanks for using blohg. :)

-- 
Rafael Goncalves Martins
http://rafaelmartins.eng.br/

Re: [blohg] Atom feed broken

From:
Ry4an Brase
Date:
2012-04-25 @ 17:44
When you're working in the feeds please try to make sure any embedded
URLs remain absolute and fully qualified.  Past changes have made them
relative which breaks them in readers like google reader.

Also, do you do your devel in a virtualenv by chance?  Any way you could
package it or it's pip requirements.txt in the project?  With this most
recent update the python docutils that are the latest from Ubuntu
package sources (0.7.x) are no longer current enough, so anyone who had
previously used the Ubuntu packages instead of a pip or setuptools
install will break and need to manually install them.

On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 02:34:24PM -0300, Rafael Martins wrote:
> I just noticed that the atom feed is broken in some clients, because
> the html isn't properly escaped.
> 
> I'll fix this, and release 0.10.1 tonight.
> 
> Stay tuned, and thanks for using blohg. :)

-- 
Ry4an Brase - http://ry4an.org/

Re: [blohg] Atom feed broken

From:
Rafael Martins
Date:
2012-04-25 @ 18:00
On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 2:44 PM, Ry4an Brase <ry4an-blohg@ry4an.org> wrote:
> When you're working in the feeds please try to make sure any embedded
> URLs remain absolute and fully qualified.  Past changes have made them
> relative which breaks them in readers like google reader.

Hmm, don't touched anything related to the URLs, just escaping stuff.
I will verify.

> Also, do you do your devel in a virtualenv by chance?  Any way you could
> package it or it's pip requirements.txt in the project?  With this most
> recent update the python docutils that are the latest from Ubuntu
> package sources (0.7.x) are no longer current enough, so anyone who had
> previously used the Ubuntu packages instead of a pip or setuptools
> install will break and need to manually install them.

I'm not using virtualenv, because I maintain all the flask-related
stuff in gentoo, then I have the native environment always updated
enough. But I noticed failures in readthedocs, when using virtualenv
to build the docs. I'll add a requirements.txt file.

Thanks!

-- 
Rafael Goncalves Martins
http://rafaelmartins.eng.br/

Re: [blohg] Atom feed broken

From:
Ry4an Brase
Date:
2012-04-25 @ 18:04
On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 03:00:41PM -0300, Rafael Martins wrote:
> I'm not using virtualenv, because I maintain all the flask-related
> stuff in gentoo, then I have the native environment always updated
> enough. But I noticed failures in readthedocs, when using virtualenv
> to build the docs. I'll add a requirements.txt file.

Thanks, that would be great!  I should get away from using Ununtu to
manage python libraries anyway and "pip install -r requirements.txt" is
as easy as it gets.

-- 
Ry4an Brase - http://ry4an.org/