I guess I just saw no RDoc over at the Ruby-doc.org standard lib page ( 
http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib/ ) and assumed that was the end of that. 
I always forget to look over at RAA, so thanks for that reminder.

May I humbly suggest that at least there could be a pointer to the 
tutorial buried in the .rb files? I mean, I'm familiar enough with Ruby 
that I should've thought to look at RAA, but not every Ruby user is.

Francis


On Oct 13, 2004, at 5:49 PM, Nikolai Weibull wrote:

> * Francis Hwang <sera / fhwang.net> [Oct 13, 2004 23:10]:
>> Also, is it possible to use this to do parsing of multiple feeds each
>> of a different version? Require "rss/2.0" seems to force me to use 2.0
>> parsing for all my feeds, but what if I'm parsing a bunch of feeds 
>> with
>> different versions?
>
> Straight from Tutorial.en from rss-0.0.9:
>
> Include this if you want to handle RSS 0.9x/1.0/2.0:
>
>   require 'rss/1.0'
>   require 'rss/2.0'
>
> You don't need including it because of RSS 2.0 includes RSS 0.9x:
>
>   require 'rss/0.9'
>
> Sure, there's no documentation in /usr/lib/ruby/1.8, but there's
> certainly documentation available.  Look for rss on raa.  Didn't take
> much work.  Good luck,
> 	nikolai
>
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