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January 25, 2005

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Nick

It's all in NNW and it's been doing it for a while as I remember. It's just a simple diff based upon what its DB said you had in the feed before and what's in it now (ok it's a bit more complex than that). The python code that drives it is available here: http://www.aaronsw.com/2002/diff/

Brent Simmons

Nick's got it right -- it's a NetNewsWire feature. Many thanks go to Aaron Swartz for writing the script and for letting us use it. (Actually, he just about insisted -- and I'm glad he did.)

Tom Hume

That's fantastic. It adds a completely new dimension to RSS - congratulations!

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