Mick wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 30, 2017 7:18 pm
RadioBoard wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:13 pm
It's built into the phpBB 3.2.1 code.
No it’s not, phpBB uses Atom feed by default. The point is, if you’re using RSS then it must be an extension.
Edit: For some reason I had a search and found viewtopic.php?f=456&t=2411596
I'm not reading feeds into the board, I'm reading them from the board. Please read OP.
Here's an example of the XML generated by feed.php.
Here's a section of the actual post on phpBB, via View Source in my browser:
<a class="unread" href="./viewtopic.php?p=46273#p46273" title="Post">
<i class="icon fa-file fa-fw icon-lightgray icon-md" aria-hidden="true"></i><span class="sr-only">Post</span>
<div class="content">Is it possible to change my user name?<br>
Do you see the difference? In the post, the link is given as ./viewtopic.php?....
In the XML file, it's ./../viewtopic.php?....
My contention is that the link to the quoted post (bold) is not correctly parsed and instead of generating theradioboard.com/rb... it's missing the /rb part and trying to find the post in the main directory, theradioboard.com.
The link is working correctly in posts on the board; it's only the XML file that is broken. This XML file is presumably generated by feed.php. Atom or RSS are irrelevant; the XML file is busted.
I just downloaded a new Zip file of phpBB 3.2.1. feed.php is in the package, so this is not an extension. I am not trying to read RSS into phpBB. I am using feed.php to generate an XML file, which contains an incorrect link when parsing quoted text in a post.
You may read the XML file here: http://theradioboard.com/rb/app.php/feed
and you may view the post in question here: http://theradioboard.com/rb/viewtopic.p ... 162#p76162