If not sets it is interpreted as a rel="alternate"
We save them in their node form first.
Now the generated feed should be a bit more compliant. uses URI::tag, though it might be overkill.
it just passes down to the caller the raw xml received over xmpp
This is a first version using XML::Atom might not stay this way if I can just get the raw_xml
It looks like superfeedr changed that? I'll confirm with Julien
LibIDN and SSLeay are not required by AnyEvent::XMPP but superfeedr server makes them a requirement.
This should make sure we do the right thing in the on_error() callback. We always get in parameters: $client, $account, $error $error can be any scalar but a AnyEvent::XMPP::Error will be stringified
call out in the SYNOPSIS that connect() should probably be called. Link to the eg/ directory
I'll push that to github to move it to my test machine, just because I'm too lazy to have my machines to talk to each other differently. But it's not tested :)
Wasn't shifting out enough arguments
- Fixed an issue due to lack of documentation in Superfeedr: We have to wait for the response IQ when we subscribe / unsubscrbe otherwise superfeedr node might not catch up and silently drop requests.