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yes, the rss support is available since rc1. I just didn't documented it because its kinda experimental ( may have problems with syncrhonization between request etc.. )..

The rss files are created dinamically, when you post new topics and / or create new forums. You could then access by



for example, the RSS for the topics of jforum are available at



Rafael
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When I downloaded JForum RC1, I noticed that there is a util / rss directory in the source code. Does RC1 have RSS support and I just can't find it, or is this for the future?

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Ken
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Rafael Steil wrote:yes, the rss support is available since rc1. I just didn't documented it because its kinda experimental ( may have problems with syncrhonization between request etc.. )..

The rss files are created dinamically, when you post new topics and / or create new forums. You could then access by



for example, the RSS for the topics of jforum are available at



Rafael


Cool Thanks for the help.
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Hi,

I am using version 1.0 RC3 ...

I don't see anything in the rss folder. Has this been disabled in newer versions? If so ... can I enable it?

Thanks
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Yes, it is disabled.

I'll try to get it done to RC4. I disabled it because some problems with ThreadLocals.

Rafael
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Hi,

Sorry, may I know what is RSS?

--james yong
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jamesyong wrote:Hi,

Sorry, may I know what is RSS?

--james yong


http://www.google.com/search?q=rss

Rafael
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Thank you
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Is rss back in and functional in the latest release?
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Anonymous wrote:Is rss back in and functional in the latest release?


Only in the CVS version. I have it almost finished. Until next weekend I'll put it under jforum.net, so you can take a look.

Rafael
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Hi Rafael,

Does not CVS version create RSS's for the forums as long as it does for the topics of each forum?

Thanks
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Yes. The URL is /rss/forums.page, but it is raising an exception. I created a bug entry related to this: http://www.jforum.net/jira/browse/JF-150

Is not hard to fix.

Rafael
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is rss working in current version? 1.0.4?
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sorry, i meant 2.1.4
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Yes. You should enable it at Admin Panel -> Configurations

Rafael
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