Goals The WordPress 2.0 plugin will be the first major satellite to run entirely through the new REST-based satellite “driver” class. The principal goals of the project will be: Complete Support for WordPress 3.1 (I suspect the original version will … Continue reading
I spent the day preparing the framework for the plugin, and running the basic unit tests. I have now switched away from a local unit test harness to a “vanilla” install of WordPress 3.1RC3. I set this up on my … Continue reading
As I am developing the new WordPress plugin, I am doing a lot of unit testing. This has been turning up a lot of nasty bugs that would have come back to bite me later on. The BMLT is, first … Continue reading
You can see the code in the trunk at this URL. It is WordPress’ SVN system. It will be some time before I’ll release this, because it will be significantly different from the original version. Here are the highlights: You … Continue reading
I now have a version of the plugin that displays the current “main” interface, as well as the popup menu listing. I need to get the simple display working (not much effort necessary) and do some work to increase compatibility … Continue reading
You can see it in action here. However, I am encountering a few showstopper problems with it that will need to be fixed before it can go beta.
You can see how it’s going, here. If you are familiar with the current release version of the plugin, you know that it can only deal with one server at a time. You will note that the searches on the … Continue reading
Okay, the Version 2 WordPress plugin looks very good, but I have one last, nasty bug, and it is proving extremely difficult to track down. I could use the help of some more eyeballs on this one. First, I’m pretty … Continue reading
I’ve worked through a number of bugs in the last couple of days. The next step is to implement it on this site (Eat my own dog food). I’ll do that tomorrow.
This site is now using the new WordPress Plugin (Version 2.0). It is still “beta,” which means that I have great confidence in the general quality of the plugin. However, it will still require style tweaking, and I need to … Continue reading