2011.0531 is now available for release(http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/feedwordpress.2011.0531.zip). This is a compatibility release intended to bring FeedWordPress up to compatibility with the most recent release of WordPress, version 3.1.3. In particular, it fixes an issue introduced by WordPress 3.1.3 which caused numerous duplicate posts on some feeds.
**Here’s what’s changed since Version 2011.0512:**
* **WORDPRESS 3.1.3 COMPATIBILITY: DUPLICATE POSTS ISSUE FIXED.** Due to internal changes in the way that WordPress handles post guids in the most recent release (3.1.3), many users experienced problems with many duplicate posts appearing in rapid succession. (Specifically, this would happen with any posts using tag: URL guids — such as all the posts coming from Blogger feeds or feeds from other Google services.) This compatibility release of FeedWordPress eliminates the issue by working around the new restrictions on tag: URLs.
* **NEW AND IMPROVED DIAGNOSTICS:** Syndication –> Diagnostics now contains some new diagnostics settings useful for debugging problems with duplicate posts (allowing you to easily view the guid of posts in the WordPress posts database and allowing you to track the SQL used to check for existing versions of a syndicated post).
As always, if you have any issues with the release, or any questions I can help answer, or if there is anything that you would like to see included in a future release, please use the comments form or me a line(http://feedwordpress.radgeek.com/contact) to let me know about it. If you have an issue to report, please be sure to tell me what version of FeedWordPress you’re using, what version of WordPress you’re using it with, which web browser you are using to view the FeedWordPress user interface, and try to tell me, as clearly as possible, (1) what you were trying to do, (2) what the circumstances were, (3) what you expected to see, and (4) what you ended up seeing instead.
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