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 Post subject: Syndication broken in 2.5.1
PostPosted: Sat May 10, 2008 7:45 am 
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There's been a rewrite of some of the functions producing your rss and atom feeds.

If you have been subscribing to http://blog-url/wp-atom.php or wp-rss.php or wp-rss2.php in the past (eg for Feedburner redirection), that no longer works.

Now you have to either link to http://blog-url/feed/ or http://blog-url/?feed=feedtype

I hadn't posted since upgrading to 2.5.1 but when I did, suddenly not seeing my post show up in my reader started to drive me crazy :)

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Funny, I'm running 2.5.1 and FeedBurner uses wp-rss2.php right now. I just checked the wp-rss2.php page and it seems to work fine, and FeedBurner seems to be updating just fine.

Though the first post I made after updating to 2.5.1 did take about a day before showing up.

Thanks for the note, I've since updated it to /feed/ just in case!

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