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The rss_live_archive plugin is an implementation of Michael Heilemann’s idea of a digging archive. It is an AJAX based plugin that works similarly to rss_live_search. This plugin is in many respects a Textpattern port of Jonas Rabbe’s Super Archives Plugin for Wordpress.

The plugin gives you the ability to drill down through your archives by selecting the year, then the month and finally the specific post.

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Initially released:
26 May 2005
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27 May 2005
Article modified:
01 Nov 2006

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such a good way to display archives, and in happy simple plugin form. alive on ferrydust
A pretty nice display of what can be done with AJAX, I simply love the look of this plugin ! I’ll use it !
Does this work on TXP version γ1.18? I’ve got a lot of hardcoded changes and am reluctant to upgrade!
Most plugin are for Textpattern RC3 of the lastest revisions.
It worked fine with RC4, I’ve just upgraded to RC5, and I now get this error:
Notice: Undefined variable: atts in textpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php(429) : eval()’d code on line 67

Notice: Undefined variable: count in textpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php(429) : eval()’d code on line 214

you can see it in action if you click on ‘archives’ at my site.
Hmm, I did some jiggery pokery (I have no clue what I did) and it started working again. My site is set to live, so the undefinable attribute doesn’t show any more.

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