Hi, I'm working on an opensource online RSS reader,
which uses your nice parser for the engine work.
Now I came across some feeds about web developing,
which where posting html code in their postings, nicely
escaped with > etc. However, if I crawl these feeds,
magpierss decodes these codes to the sharp brackets,
rendering them identical to the markup of the postings
itself, which creates odd looking items.
Is it possible to have magpierss _not_ unescaping those
entities [including those in titles etc], and leave
that to the application using it [mine will copy
magpie's output verbatim]?
More information on my project can be found at
An example of one of those feeds is
http://annevankesteren.nl/feeds/weblog [an atom feed]