[pmwiki-users] RSS Enclosure Usage

Mr Wappy mrwappy at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Nov 19 09:18:09 CST 2005


I have been exploring the use of rssenclosures for use
with podcasting.

I believe I have followed the instructions but on
testing the feed channel was invalid.  Upon inspection
at the xml produced - extract below - the URL for the
enclosure issn't being set.  I wonder if there are
other assumptions being made about the configuration
that I need to set up to or others with similar
experiences.  The examples are from a local
installation - running localhost.

Any help appreciated.


Version of PMWiki 
$Version="pmwiki-2.1.beta1"; $VersionNum=2000901; 
XML extract

  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?> 
- <rss version="2.0">
- <channel>
  <title>Latest Podtests</title> 

  <description>This is latest 20051118 - used for the
development of his work</description> 
  <lastBuildDate>Sat, 19 Nov 2005 14:56:30
  <generator>PmWiki pmwiki-2.1.beta1</generator> 
- <item>
  <title>Podtest / Test1</title> 

  <description>Here is my first podcast test1 test1
test2 ...</description> 
  <pubDate>Sat, 19 Nov 2005 14:56:30 GMT</pubDate> 
  <enclosure url="RssItemEnclosureUrl" length="155129"
type="audio/mpeg" /> 

Is is the RssItemEnclosureUrl that I would have
expected to be replaced by the code.

config file - active elements

$EnableUpload = 1;  
$DefaultPasswords['upload'] = crypt('secret');
$RssFeedTitle ='Latest Podtests';
$RssFeedDesc = 'This is latest 20051118 - used for the
development of his work';
$EnableRssEnclosures =1 ;
$RssEnclosureTLA= 'mp3';
	// load alternate rss.php
	if ($action == 'rss' || $action == 'rdf')



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