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Old 12-31-2012, 05:13 PM   #7
nickredding
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Originally Posted by Gyl View Post
Is it possible to add the date in the Titlename like:
New York Times [Mo, 31 Dez 2012]

Thanx in advance
You can customize the recipe to use your title format by setting

title = 'New York Times'+strftime(' [%a, %d %b %Y]')

Put it in right before decode_url_date but AFTER the other tests that are setting title according to other parameters.

I think a lot of people like the standard recipe to not include the date in the title because that way different issues of the same publication get stacked on their e-readers instead of appearing as distinct documents.
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