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The RSS import works fine manually, however it has a bug when ran via cron. The readme says that import.php can be left in the modules directory, however when I run the import.php it errors because it can't find 2 of the files

rss_import_settings.php
rss_import_main.php

Ultimately since it can't find those files it has the fatal error:

Call to undefined function rss_import_do_import()

Since the present working directory IS the rss_import folder, I modified lines 14 and 15 to take out the explicit path .. that resulted in MORE errors ..

Ultimately the best option was to move import.php to the main directory as we had to do before..

I'm just reporting this since the note said:

Yankidank - 08/09/2013 - import.php can be left in the module's directory. Fixed Smarty include path.

This note seems to be incorrect :)
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