Simon Fell > Its just code : Sunday, January 13, 2002

Simon Fell > Its just code

Sunday, January 13, 2002

Fixed the empty array problem, also there are some fixes for the propertyBag serializer, now that serializers are being pooled.

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Articles migrated over from

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Hey, soma fm has some new channels, check it out.
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Ok, I love Radio 8 so much, I'm moving my weblog from to here []
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So, see the little timestamp under here ?, how do i futz with that, what i want is an equivilent of MSNMangler for when I create new posts. Guess I'll need to start reading the docs.
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Upstreaming now to
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Got the permalinks re-generated.
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Hmmm, still having permalink problems, only the friday one is working :(
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For a while now, many people have stated the doing document/literal soap will interop better than doing section 5 encoded soap. I generally agree, there's a good definition of what's expected on the wire, and you get the added benifit of being able to use a validating parser to check the messages [something that's not possible with the section 5 encoding]. But in practice the XSD spec is approx. an order of magnitude larger than the section 5 spec, and you only get the interop if everyone agrees on the intereptation of the XSD spec, and if everyone implements the whole of the XSD spec. Current implementations aren't there yet, doc/literal toolkits have as many [and more scope] for interop issues as section5 based tools.
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