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I just tried to update to v1.3 of the plugin, and got the following error when uploading the MagpieRSS file using the old-style file installer:
<code>Notice: unserialize() [function.unserialize]: Argument is not a string in /home/elenita/public_html/textpattern/include/txp_plugin.php on line 155</code>
Any suggestions on what to do? I’m using Revision 736, which is in the RC5 branch.
> alexandra wrote:
> Elenita, v1.3 does not require any MagpieRSS files anymore. all what is needed is just the plguins textfile to upload.
It does require it, but you need to upload it through the TXP file interface.
I guess what I should do is just have the plugin automatically download it from my website and save it in the temp directory, but thats for another day. Kind of like how TXP uses languages now.
Alexandra, I was having the same problem as you with the Fatal error: Cannot redeclare parse_w3cdtf() (previously declared in /www/htdocs/txpa/files/magpierss.php:81) in /www/htdocs/txpa/files/magpierss.php on line 81
i did what you posted and updated the code to require_once and I’m getting some output at least, still some more work to do with it before i get it figured out. Thanks!
Last edited by maland (2005-09-08 17:53:46)
I might take u up on that, alexandra : )
for a group-site I’d like to swoop on this feature — rather than having to login to a shared del.icio.us account, we could tag stuff “for:group-site” and be done without leaving the comfort of our own login
so would it be easy enuf to magpie a url like
maybe it’s not so good – the title in the feed has the referring user’s name in there:
<title>[from ewesername] New Zealand In Pictures</title>
… don’t like that …
and a further question:
you can’t display the tags associated with the link with this plugin, right?
Last edited by nardo (2005-09-27 05:55:15)
You can almost do the del.icio.us posts “for” people. The problem ends up being the private key. However if you remove the
$require on line #41 of my plugin, and then make your tag have
username="for/username/?private=KEY" you should end up getting your feed. Though it will be formatted how you mentioned.
Right now there is no way to associate the tags that are part of a post using my plugin. I’d have to take a look at the magpie output from a feed, but the information is included in the raw RSS.
cheers greenrift, much obliged
anyone got examples of sites using del.icio.us bookmarks within their txp install? probably more than just a link list – how to get some associations with zing off the tags & this folksonomy thing …
best I come up with is just displaying the tags as hyperlinks so if you see an intriguing tag (i.e. not ‘css’) you click … but most tags are kinda prosaic so why bother
Got txp.icio.us working this morning. Seems to be fine if you upload magpierss using the file uploader in textpattern 4.0. Nothing more flashy than a linklist yet thinkbudda.org (just under Buddhism Links at the mo), but it sure works well, and with the firefox browser plugin, it makes updating links in my textpattern site a breeze…
Last edited by nagarjuna (2005-09-28 12:06:20)
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