WordPre.cio.us update

Several folks have reported getting errors when [WordPre.cio.us](/projects/) makes a call to parse_w3cdtf().

That function should be a part of [WordPress](http://www.wordpress.org) 1.5’s install, located in wp-includes/rss-functions.php.

It should get pulled into the namespace when your wp-config.php is pulled in, but folks with proper paths to their wp-config are still getting errors.

So I’ve updated the release to include that parse_w3cdtf() function in del2wp.lib.php. You can get this updated version at my [projects page](/projects/)

**Update:** I changed the name of the function to cmh_parse_w3cdtf() and changed all references to it in the latest build, so that folks without the problem won’t have name conflicts.

**Update again:** Per [John’s](http://johnhesch.com/) suggestion, you can now set the ping and comment status to either ‘open’ or ‘closed’ when configuring del2wp.php. It’s lines 13 and 14 in the file. You can get the updated release at [my projects page](/projects/).

**Why not again:** [I’m looking for some help from folks experiencing the time-shift problem with their blogmarks…](http://heisel.org/blog/2005/03/14/fixing-wordprecious/)

**Last time:** If you’d like to keep up with work on WordPre.cio.us then subscribe to it’s [RSS feed](http://heisel.org/blog/category/projects/del2wp/feed/)

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6 Responses to WordPre.cio.us update

  1. John says:

    Works Great! The only problem is my posts have comments turned off. How can I get those turned on when WordPre.cio.us posts? I have comments and pings on by default.


  2. Chris says:

    John, I just added those as config options in del2wp.php, in the config section. You can download the updated version from [the projects page](/projects/).

  3. Justin says:

    This is great. It will definitely be useful in the near future. One suggestion, which might not be hard to do. Would it be possible to use the “extended” field from del.icio.us to put just a little bit of commentary about the link, if desired?

  4. Chris says:


    The extended field is pulled in automatically. It’s put in the entry content automatically, after the title, in p class=”extended”.

    It’s also added as a custom piece of meta data, under blogmark_description.

    In fact, I use my extended field for just such a commentary use. Check out my [blogmarks](http://heisel.org/blog/category/blogmarks/) to see what I mean.

  5. Justin says:

    Oh, I see that now, it must have just not updated the post when I changed that on del.icio.us

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