Relative <audio> embeds broken, not cached/parsed like <video> embeds

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Relative <audio> embeds broken, not cached/parsed like <video> embeds

Postby digitalcircuit » 06 Mar 2017, 08:58


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Re: Relative <audio> embeds broken, not cached/parsed like <video> embeds

Postby fox » 06 Mar 2017, 09:05

people really need to stop putting relative urls in rss feeds :( but yeah valid point i guess

while we're doing attachments maybe can the ancient flash-based player too, i think all major browsers at this point have mp3 support

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Re: Relative <audio> embeds broken, not cached/parsed like <video> embeds

Postby fox » 06 Mar 2017, 09:23

i've added rewriting for relative audio sources, caching is probably going to come a bit later since there's more stuff to adjust there

also "cache images" options should at this point be renamed to "cache media" or something

thanks for the example feed btw

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Re: Relative <audio> embeds broken, not cached/parsed like <video> embeds

Postby digitalcircuit » 06 Mar 2017, 09:31

The actual atom feed I stumbled across was generated by Tekuti, though I'm not sure if it's fault of the software or the person using it - https://wingolog.org/projects/tekuti/ The particular blog (not made by the author) is accessible from multiple primary domains, hence relative URLs.

Thanks for the quick reply, fix, and I'm glad the example was helpful. Agreed on renaming "cache images", and dropping the flash player.

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Re: Relative <audio> embeds broken, not cached/parsed like <video> embeds

Postby fox » 11 Mar 2017, 18:55

re: caching i think the enclosures are in general not handled by cache, which should probably be rectified


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