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Some sage advice

Hmm, so a post which was really nothing more than a bit of a whinge, actually got me some really good advice

It hadn’t really occurred to me that people might want to hack the code to a project that hadn’t even released anything yet. In fact truth be told I hadn’t considered that there would ever be a development community any bigger than my code, Paul’s graphics and Phil’s constant nagging !

But, in for a penny, in for a pound. The code is now marginally better commented and there are instructions on how to build it

As for test cases, currently they consist of subscribing to every feed that even slightly interests me. I should put something more structured in place, but first I have to work out why Russell Beatie’s large but otherwise uncomplicated-appearing feed won’t parse.

While you wait however, go wild with the code, whoever you may be.

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