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The Delphi Pipe – twm’s blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/05/09

The Delphi Pipe got revived:

The Delphi Pipe is an RSS feed that combines other RSS feeds from various Delphi blogs.

Source: [WayBackThe Delphi Pipe – twm’s blog

Of course there are also [WayBack] DelphiFeeds (which seems unmaintained, but a truckload of people have it in their RSS reader) and [WayBack] BeginEnd.net (slowly but steadily growing).

I wish there was an RSS reader that could filter out duplicate posts so I can just follow all three without reading duplicates.

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–jeroen

3 Responses to “The Delphi Pipe – twm’s blog”

  1. The WordPress RSS Aggregator that Delphi Pipe uses, supposedly can remove duplicates, so you could just add all 3 to your own feed and read that one in any feed reader.

  2. sglienke said

    Doesn’t beginend.net already contain everything useful (plus a bit more…)?

    • I have been using the beginend feed for a while but it has two problems:
      * It generates lots of duplicates (that may be a problem with my feed reader though)
      * It contains feeds in languages that I can’t read (Portugese, Japanese …) but translates the headings so it isn’t obvious that they are in these languages.
      Delphi Pipe is mostly for my own use, but since I have set it up, why not make it available for others?

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