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  • 4evrblu

    (@4evrblu)

    Anybody else encountering this issue? Posted at the MightySeek web forums, but the activity there is next to zero.

    Hoping someone here can address this bug. Help!

    😀

    Dgold

    (@dgold)

    Unfortunately I do not know the answer, but, I have seen some “optional files” that come with PodPress, that don’t install automatically when you first get the plugin. They’re there, in an ‘optional files’ sub-folder of PodPress. There isn’t very much Instructions with them, a short ReadMe, so I’m not sure what to do with the files. But a couple of them are RSS related files, that say they make the feed compliant, somehow. Hope this helps. Please post again if you figure it out.

    seek3r

    (@seek3r)

    I found the cause of the bug and it will be fixed in the next release (7.0) which I hope to release in a few days. Aside from that I have noticed a few other bugs that Im cleaning up now.

    seek3r

    (@seek3r)

    Oh, as far as the optional files. With WordPress 2.1, nearly all of them are no longer needed. Additionally, they are documented on the wiki.

    http://podcasterswiki.com/index.php?title=PodPress_Documentation#Optional_Files

    Dgold

    (@dgold)

    seek3r, that’s the part of the documentation that doesn’t say what to do with the php files – presumably move them somewhere? The latest WP I’ve got is 2.0.5.

    Full featured and fully compliant feed generation
    * wp1.5_2.0/wp-rss2.php – RSS2 compliant feeds, and full podpress functionality.
    * wp1.5_2.0/wp-atom.php – ATOM 1.0 compliant feed generation
    * wp1.5_2.0/wp-feed.php – Adds support for alternative feed types

    Thanks for the killer plugin though!

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