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waltergr #1
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Subject: XML syndication questions [SOLVED]
I have a few questions about configuring XML syndication:

o  For a wiki with many documents, permitting mode=list seems like a bad idea.  Is there a way to disable that, but permit mode=recent?
o  For recent, a "num" parameter can be given.  Is there a limit to this value?  For example, is it limited to the value of the "recent" setting (as described in the config doc,) or is there no limit?
o  In the Feedcreator section () it says, "Note: Editing from correct timestamp: Not required in the latest release."  What does that mean?  Is there a misprint in that sentence?

Thanks,

Walter

P.S. I'll add the answers into the DokuWiki documentation wiki...
My e-mail address: waltergr@aol.com
This post was edited on 2007-06-08, 14:11 by waltergr.
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Quote by waltergr:
o  For a wiki with many documents, permitting mode=list seems like a bad idea.  Is there a way to disable that, but permit mode=recent?
Short answer, no (not without modifying the source code). However, when in list mode the feed only shows the number of pages you specified in "recent" setting in the configuration (num is ignored).

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o  For recent, a "num" parameter can be given.  Is there a limit to this value?  For example, is it limited to the value of the "recent" setting (as described in the config doc,) or is there no limit?
There`s no limit but if "num" is not provided the value of the "recent" setting is used.

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o  In the Feedcreator section (http://wiki.splitbrain.org/wiki:syndication?s=feedcreator) it says, "Note: Editing from correct timestamp: Not required in the latest release."  What does that mean?  Is there a misprint in that sentence?
Uhm, well, you fixed it already.
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waltergr #3
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Uhm, well, you fixed it already.

Oh yeah, I figured that one out.  :)

Thanks, added the info to the wiki.
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