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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Very nice! Could you also post the XSLT stylesheet?

    Nice to find a RSS feed from MessageLabs [messagelabs.com], I've been relying on feeds from Sophos [sophos.com] for my AV RSS feed. Last time I looked I couldn't find any, the feeds must be new.

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    -- "It's not magic, it's work..."
    • Yes, I finally badgered messagelabs into producing RSS feeds. And unlike the Sophos ones you don't have to register for them. And also unlike the Sophos ones they mean something because our stats are based on what we actually see, rather than what our customers phone up to complain about.

      The XSLT is here [axkit.org]. The XSP puts a <virusgraph> tag around the RSS in case you start to wonder about why its not working.
      • Many thanks again.

        Looks very cool, shame that Adobe SVG Viewer [adobe.com] crahses [xmlhack.com] Mozilla 1.1 on NT.... Still it works okay on IE6, and very neat it is indeed.

        Many thanks for getting your employer to provide a feed. It pulls you ahead of the more static feeds that Sophos provide, and as you say you don't have to regsiter for it.

        XSLT stylesheet most interesting, seems surprisingly short and simple, considering the result you get.

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        -- "It's not magic, it's work..."
        • Yeah, SVG's <animate> tag can do some really funky things, and the drop shadows I stole from Sun somewhere. That's what I love about SVG (compared to flash) - you can steal stuff via cut'n'paste, just like I used to do when "designing" HTML.