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