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Since switching to Subversion, the Atom feed of my CVS log hasn't been working. No surprise there really seeing as how there isn't a CVS log anymore. So now I've implemented equivalent functionality for Subversion. It's actually a lot easier and a lot nicer because:
Commits in Subversion are atomic, so you get one log message with a list of all the files that were committed. (With CVS, you get the same log message repeated for each file that was committed.)
Subversion will give you the log in XML, so the Atom feed can be built with a simple XSLT stylesheet.
Feel free to subscribe to the new feed.