Does anyone know why the heck dasBlog insists on screwing up whitespace in a post when generating the RSS Feed? It preserves it correctly when it writes out the feed's HTML, but generates RSS that simply removes it at random places, and it's usually the reason why code samples get screwed up so badly. Is there any workaround for this? Anyone else considers this a problem?

Frankly, I'm starting to seriously consider moving to a new blog engine; though I haven't done any tests to see which one would be a good replacement (any recommendations?). I'm not looking forward to a migration, though, and not sure yet that I can provide a way to keep existing URLs intact...

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Tomas Restrepo

Software developer located in Colombia. Sr. PFE at Microsoft.