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PHP feedParser

feedParser was created due to the lack of a good, flexible, class-based RSS feed parser for PHP. It has been built as a class, and currently handles RSS 0.91, RSS 0.92, RSS 0.93, RSS 1.0, and RSS 2.0 feeds. For channels it grabs the title, description, link, and creator. For items it grabs the title, description, link, and date. It also provides a form of the date converted into the local timezone to facilitate cronological sorting of items. The dates are provided in UNIX timestamp format for easy manipulation by other PHP functions.

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  •  16 Dec 2002 22:39

    Release Notes: A few more namespaces, making it even more capable.

    •  08 Nov 2002 21:43

      Release Notes: This release detects LASTBUILDDATE in Channel and detects PUBDATE in Item.

      •  17 Oct 2002 20:07

        Release Notes: To correct the problems with entity parsing using PHP's expat library, the parseEntities() method was added. This method parses out the valid entities before sending the XML data to xmlParser. feedParser now handles international entities correctly.

        •  16 Oct 2002 14:52

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          24 Oct 2002 10:30 czottmann

          Niiiiiiiiiiiice, but...
          ...you should REALLY consider adding your name to the class' source code, Jim. ;)

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