RSS_PHP; RSS 0.92 Parser Test Results

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RDF Site Summary 0.92 Test

This test uses the original gratefulDead sample RSS 0.92 file hosted at userland. As with all tests on rssphp.net, this a live test.

For more information on RSS 0.92 have a look at RSS 0.92 on backend.userland.

The RSS_PHP Test File

<?php
require_once '../../rss_php.php';

    $rss = new rss_php;
    $rss->load('http://static.userland.com/gems/backend/gratefulDead.xml');


    $descriptions $rss->getValuesByTagName('description'); #get all descriptions from the feed
    
foreach($descriptions as $index => $description) { #cycle descriptions and html encode them
        
$descriptions[$index] = htmlspecialchars($description);
    }
    print_r($descriptions); #print the rss descriptions
        
?>

RSS 0.92 Results

These results are generated using by including the above test file.


Strict Standards: Accessing static property encoding_iconv::$iso88591Rename as non static in /home/rssphp/public_html/encoding/iconv.php on line 36
Array ( [description:0] => A high-fidelity Grateful Dead song every day. This is where we're experimenting with enclosures on RSS news items that download when you're not using your computer. If it works (it will) it will be the end of the Click-And-Wait multimedia experience on the Internet. [description:1] => It's been a few days since I added a song to the Grateful Dead channel. Now that there are all these new Radio users, many of whom are tuned into this channel (it's #16 on the hotlist of upstreaming Radio users, there's no way of knowing how many non-upstreaming users are subscribing, have to do something about this..). Anyway, tonight's song is a live version of Weather Report Suite from Dick's Picks Volume 7. It's wistful music. Of course a beautiful song, oft-quoted here on Scripting News. <i>A little change, the wind and rain.</i> [description:2] => Kevin Drennan started a <a href="http://deadend.editthispage.com/">Grateful Dead Weblog</a>. Hey it's cool, he even has a <a href="http://deadend.editthispage.com/directory/61">directory</a>. <i>A Frontier 7 feature.</i> [description:3] => <a href="http://arts.ucsc.edu/GDead/AGDL/other1.html">The Other One</a>, live instrumental, One From The Vault. Very rhythmic very spacy, you can listen to it many times, and enjoy something new every time. [description:4] => This is a test of a change I just made. Still diggin.. [description:5] => The HTML rendering almost <a href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer">validates</a>. Close. Hey I wonder if anyone has ever published a style guide for ALT attributes on images? What are you supposed to say in the ALT attribute? I sure don't know. If you're blind send me an email if u cn rd ths. [description:6] => <a href="http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mleone/gdead/dead-lyrics/Franklin's_Tower.txt">Franklin's Tower</a>, a live version from One From The Vault. [description:7] => Moshe Weitzman says Shakedown Street is what I'm lookin for for tonight. I'm listening right now. It's one of my favorites. "Don't tell me this town ain't got no heart." Too bright. I like the jazziness of Weather Report Suite. Dreamy and soft. How about The Other One? "Spanish lady come to me.." [description:8] => <a href="http://www.scripting.com/mp3s/youWinAgain.mp3">The news is out</a>, all over town..<p> You've been seen, out runnin round. <p> The lyrics are <a href="http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mleone/gdead/dead-lyrics/You_Win_Again.txt">here</a>, short and sweet. <p> <i>You win again!</i> [description:9] => <a href="http://www.getlyrics.com/lyrics/grateful-dead/wake-of-the-flood/07.htm">Weather Report Suite</a>: "Winter rain, now tell me why, summers fade, and roses die? The answer came. The wind and rain. Golden hills, now veiled in grey, summer leaves have blown away. Now what remains? The wind and rain." [description:10] => <a href="http://arts.ucsc.edu/gdead/agdl/darkstar.html">Dark Star</a> crashes, pouring its light into ashes. [description:11] => DaveNet: <a href="http://davenet.userland.com/2001/01/21/theUsBlues">The U.S. Blues</a>. [description:12] => Still listening to the US Blues. <i>"Wave that flag, wave it wide and high.."</i> Mistake made in the 60s. We gave our country to the assholes. Ah ah. Let's take it back. Hey I'm still a hippie. <i>"You could call this song The United States Blues."</i> [description:13] => <a href="http://www.sixties.com/html/garcia_stack_0.html"><img src="http://www.scripting.com/images/captainTripsSmall.gif" height="51" width="42" border="0" hspace="10" vspace="10" align="right"></a>In celebration of today's inauguration, after hearing all those great patriotic songs, America the Beautiful, even The Star Spangled Banner made my eyes mist up. It made my choice of Grateful Dead song of the night realllly easy. Here are the <a href="http://searchlyrics2.homestead.com/gd_usblues.html">lyrics</a>. Click on the audio icon to the left to give it a listen. "Red and white, blue suede shoes, I'm Uncle Sam, how do you do?" It's a different kind of patriotic music, but man I love my country and I love Jerry and the band. <i>I truly do!</i> [description:14] => Grateful Dead: "Tennessee, Tennessee, ain't no place I'd rather be." [description:15] => Ed Cone: "Had a nice Deadhead experience with my wife, who never was one but gets the vibe and knows and likes a lot of the music. Somehow she made it to the age of 40 without ever hearing Wharf Rat. We drove to Jersey and back over Christmas with the live album commonly known as Skull and Roses in the CD player much of the way, and it was cool to see her discover one the band's finest moments. That song is unique and underappreciated. Fun to hear that disc again after a few years off -- you get Jerry as blues-guitar hero on Big Railroad Blues and a nice version of Bertha." [description:16] => <a href="http://arts.ucsc.edu/GDead/AGDL/fotd.html">Tonight's Song</a>: "If I get home before daylight I just might get some sleep tonight." [description:17] => <a href="http://arts.ucsc.edu/GDead/AGDL/uncle.html">Tonight's song</a>: "Come hear Uncle John's Band by the river side. Got some things to talk about here beside the rising tide." [description:18] => <a href="http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mleone/gdead/dead-lyrics/Me_and_My_Uncle.txt">Me and My Uncle</a>: "I loved my uncle, God rest his soul, taught me good, Lord, taught me all I know. Taught me so well, I grabbed that gold and I left his dead ass there by the side of the road." [description:19] => Truckin, like the doo-dah man, once told me gotta play your hand. Sometimes the cards ain't worth a dime, if you don't lay em down. [description:20] => Two-Way-Web: <a href="http://www.thetwowayweb.com/payloadsForRss">Payloads for RSS</a>. "When I started talking with Adam late last year, he wanted me to think about high quality video on the Internet, and I totally didn't want to hear about it." [description:21] => A touch of gray, kinda suits you anyway.. [description:22] => <a href="http://www.sixties.com/html/garcia_stack_0.html"><img src="http://www.scripting.com/images/captainTripsSmall.gif" height="51" width="42" border="0" hspace="10" vspace="10" align="right"></a>In celebration of today's inauguration, after hearing all those great patriotic songs, America the Beautiful, even The Star Spangled Banner made my eyes mist up. It made my choice of Grateful Dead song of the night realllly easy. Here are the <a href="http://searchlyrics2.homestead.com/gd_usblues.html">lyrics</a>. Click on the audio icon to the left to give it a listen. "Red and white, blue suede shoes, I'm Uncle Sam, how do you do?" It's a different kind of patriotic music, but man I love my country and I love Jerry and the band. <i>I truly do!</i> )

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