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  • From: Jonathan Eisenzopf <eisen@pobox.com>
  • To: Perl-XML Mailing List <perl-xml@lyris.activestate.com>, XML Developer <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>, Washington Area SGML Users Group <sgmlug@eccnet.eccnet.com>, modules@perl.org
  • Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1999 16:38:20 -0400


This is an alpha release because the API has not been
finalized. The module will be available at your local
CPAN archive. Alternatively, try one of the 2 URLs:


This Perl module provides a basic framework for creating and
maintaining Rich Site Summary (RSS) files. RSS is primarily
used for distributing news headlines, commonly called
channels, and is used primarily on Netscape's Netcenter,
http://my.netscape.com, and Userland Software's

This distribution includes several examples that allow you
to generate HTML from an RSS file. This might be helpful if
you want to include news feeds on your Web site from sources
like Slashot and Freshmeat.

This latest release adds support for RSS version 0.91. More
information on RSS can be found at:

Please send comments, problems, etc. to eisen@pobox.com.


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