rAtom and Atom::Generation

I’m attempting to produce an atom feed using rAtom and have run into
one issue with Atom::Generator. The docs are not real clear. I have
created a new generator using:

feed.generator = Atom::Generator.new({:version => “0.1”})

This produces:

There does not seem to be a method for setting the contents of the
generator. What I want output is something along the lines of:

My Generator

Anyone know how this might be accomplished?

The documentation for Atom::Generator is available at
http://ratom.rubyforge.org/classes/Atom/Generator.html

On Mar 15, 4:42 pm, sutch [email protected] wrote:

There does not seem to be a method for setting the contents of the
generator. What I want output is something along the lines of:

My Generator

Anyone know how this might be accomplished?

See the README file for rAtom (http://ratom.rubyforge.org)

You use a construct like:

feed = Atom::Feed.new do |f|

end
puts feed.to_xml

I don’t think you use Atom::Generator directly.

– Mark.

I had this same problem. After some playing around (since the rAtom
documentation wasn’t too helpful here), I was able to get it by doing
the following:

f.generator = Atom::Generator.new(:version => ‘1.0’) do |s|
s.name = “My Generator”
end

I doubt you still need the help, but maybe this will help someone else!

sutch wrote:

I’m attempting to produce an atom feed using rAtom and have run into
one issue with Atom::Generator. The docs are not real clear. I have
created a new generator using:

feed.generator = Atom::Generator.new({:version => “0.1”})

This produces:

There does not seem to be a method for setting the contents of the
generator. What I want output is something along the lines of:

My Generator

Anyone know how this might be accomplished?

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