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"A tool to make a backLogRSS file of all the posts which ever category they went to.
New! You can now decide what categories combine to form your backLogRSS. Indeed, it's possible to produce several files, one each for each category regardless if it was posted to the front page or not." I've updated my tool.
I suddenly had some clarity of thought, and saw that what was very difficult, was extremely easy.
"Bug fix. Please update your tool by going to your Radio app Tools menu ==> backLogAllRSS == Refresh code..."
Bugs, this damn thing has been plaguing me for months, finally I track it down and <falls off chair> it's my own damn bug!
Apologies to those who've experienced this one. It was hard to track down, as it was occurring in the process macros calls. Which are hard to spot as they look like they're in the kernel, but if you press step in the debugger, on the kernel call in the processMacros script, you can press in and out of all the macros that occur in the page you're debugging at system.verbs.builtins.html.buildObject. I remembered you could do that before the macro was kernalised but didn't realise that you could continue to debug, even there.
|See where you catch the processMacros call in buildObject? Then press step to the hand in processMacros where I thought I'd lose it in the kernal.|
|But, by pressing in here, you go to the first macro in your page
(including the template, this is in the final run through processMacros in the pagefilter part of building a
page, just after the page has been added to the template.)|
My bug was in the radio.macros.weblogEditBox where at, the very bottom, it, unexpectedly, then calls radio.macros.weblogRecentPosts, even though it's in my template as a stand alone macro.
Nice. Even if it took me months to discover. And then that it was my own bug!
They can track you through your cell phone, so why not your DVD player? Microchips planted in electronics, computers and other household objects will alert the cops to any sudden change in location, which might suggest theft.
Apple's iTunes is put to the test. Though if you're outside the US or use a PC this isn't an action you can or may not want to play in, it nevertheless questions the legality of (re)selling music online, and brings up spectors of file swapping.
Though the price has shot up from 99¢ to $100,000. If only that price was true.
"You are bidding on the song Double Dutch Bus, a remake by Devin Vasquez of the Frankie Smith classic. I don't know what he's saying, but it's still a good song!"