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Feeds fixed

WP-Cache 2.0, which caches the output of WordPress pages, broke the MIME types of my feeds, setting them to text/html; it’s still enabled for the non-XML pages I’m serving. This appears to be actually an Apache or PHP bug, but the workaround stands. And yes, I know this page doesn’t validate as XHTML at the moment; it will. I’ve temporarily changed the GUID/permalink format to include numbers, since otherwise there were many duplicate GUIDs for the ex-Radio entries that had no post titles.

Unlike it did last night, NetNewsWire appears to now correctly process the RSS 2.0 and Atom feeds. It may be because the Radio posts aged off the feed since I added the PyCS feeds in; regardless, I’m happy, and this is now my official weblog.

2 comments on “Feeds fixed”

  1. Evan
    29 August 2005 | 6:10 AM

    > but the workaround stands

    What exactly is that workaround?

  2. 29 August 2005 | 10:14 PM

    What exactly is that workaround?

    I added “feed” to the “Rejected URIs” section of the WP-Cache Manager.

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