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October 23, 2009

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Denis Barushev

Are you know about jnunemaker-columbus?

It does GET the url as well as follows redirects.

Paul Dix

I didn't. However, doing the GET is exactly what I didn't want. I don't want my parsing code mixed in with the HTTP code.

I probably would have used something else if I could find it. I just didn't turn anything up on a search.

Quinn Shanahan

I have heard of people using the google reader api to do feed discovery on a given url. Might be worth looking into.

georgex

I have heard of people using the google reader api to do feed discovery on a given url. Might be worth looking into.

Paddy

You can use Feedbag to autodiscover feeds in a given url! cheers :) btw luv feedzirra & typhoeus!

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