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    • Nico Alt's avatar
      Fix mess with RSS/Atom feeds · 3ed19af9
      Nico Alt authored
      So !258 and
      !259 even would
      have made things worse, thank you @eighthave for stopping me.
      
      Before de73acf8 one feed was served at /feed.xml and the other one
      at /feed (note it's a file, not a directory).
      Instead of messing around with Apache to let it serve /feed/index.xml at
      /feed/, I decided to just go with /feed.xml and sleep well.
      
      So this change does the following:
      * Remove any jekyll_redirects from feed.xml
      * Serve Atom feed at /feed.xml
      * Redirect from /feed to /feed.xml
      * Set /feed.xml in all proper places
      3ed19af9