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Mon, 09 May 2005 15:03:40 GMT
When 301 is really 302
Neville Hobson experienced some HTTP protocol horror with FeedDemon. Turns out the WiFi network was responding 301 (HTTP status code), when it should have been responding 302. Of course, a good RSS client like FeedDemon automagically updates your RSS URLs when it receives a 301. But sometimes, a 301 is a 302 in disguise.
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