Log Deprecated Calls plugin 0.4

New version 0.4 of the Log Deprecated Calls plugin.

Now it has an option to toggle logging to the PHP Log, or a table in the database, or both. If logging to the database you can view the records on the admin page (under Plugins->Deprecated Calls. It also has a test function, and if you’re using WordPress 2.7 or up, it will even clean up after itself if you delete it.

Again, this is primarily of use to those who write plugins and themes.

Here’s the link.

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3 Responses to Log Deprecated Calls plugin 0.4

  1. scribu says:

    Very useful plugin. It would be great if you submitted this to the plugin repo (mainly for automatic updating). Keep up the good work! 🙂

  2. Ozh says:

    I have to re-read again Jacob Santos’ article about cleanups, but I still don’t get how the hell WP will know about the uninstall.php file since you’ve just deleted the darn plugin…

  3. Stephen says:

    Ozh —

    1) You click “Delete”
    2) WP include()s uninstall.php, if it exists
    3) Then WP deletes the files

    [Update: Specifically, WordPress doesn’t run any function or anything; it simply loads the file and the file does/runs what it needs to.]

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