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retrieving ATOM/FSS feeds

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I'm using feedparser library to parser ATOM/RSS feeds. However, I don't
get the entire post! but only summaries! How do I retrieve the entire feed?
I believe that the parser library should have support for doing that or the
specification should detail how it can be done? Or should I simply get the
feed link and do HTML scraping?
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_spitFIRE <ti**********@gmail.comwrote:
For the same feed (where the content producer doesn't provide the full
article!) I was able to see the complete post in other RSS aggregators (like
Blam). I wanted to know how they were able to collect the feed!
Perhaps in the feed itself there's the link for the full content feed.

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Aug 13 '07 #2

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