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  1. j_aroche says:

    Great job!! Really.

    One thing I'll like to see, is know if a function has important changes in X.Y wordpress version, add more functions args o changes in how the data is returned…. but I guess that's more away in what grep could do ;)

  2. […] releases, para poder comprobar que funciones se pueden usar en cual versión de WordPress. Hoy Ozh anuncia la disponibilidad de su Historial de implementaciones en funciones de WordPress, una herramienta que permite saber en […]

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  4. Ozh says:

    javier » indeed, that a bit too far for grep, it would require a more sophisticated tool such as the one used in phpxref

  5. […] Historial de funciones de WordPress: herramienta útil para los que desarrollan plugins de WordPress y quieren mantener la compatibilidad con versiones anteriores. […]

  6. Anne Helmond says:

    Thank you for doing a great job. This is a tool I have been secretly wishing for!

  7. Tom Howard says:

    Ozh, this is awesome. It's inspired me to look into writing a tool to that will take some code and give the WordPress versions it's compatible with. Let me know if that's something you are working on and if so, I'll stand clear.

  8. Ozh says:

    Tom » yes this is something I have in mind as it is an obvious enhancement of the tool, but I really dont' know when I have some time to work on this. Do feel free to get your hands onto this if you have some time, and be sure to let me know if you happen to make something cool :)

  9. […] blog 没时间照料了,另外最近也的确没什么值得一提的好消息,前几天 Ozh 开发出一个 WordPress […]

  10. Tom Howard says:

    I know how it feels. I'll allocate some time to have a stab at it and I'll keep you updated.

  11. wiertnice says:

    Thanks

    One thing I'll like to see, is know if a function has important changes in X.Y wordpress version, add more functions args o changes in how the data is returned…. but I guess that's more away in what grep could do

  12. Ryan McCue says:

    Is the full source (i.e. PHP, jQuery code (could get that myself from the source) and sweat :P ) available? I'd like to modify it and build my own for my own software.

    It would be much appreciated :)
    Thanks,
    Ryan.

  13. Ozh says:

    Ryan » everything is derived from this autocomplete jquery plugin.

  14. Ozh says:

    Ryan » everything is derived from this autocomplete jquery plugin.

  15. Ryan McCue says:

    How did you convert the grep result into a PHP array?

  16. Jacob Santos says:

    The tool is awesome for functions, but where it falls apart is for objects.

    Two objects can have a function named add() but be two separate functions. I'm not sure your script takes that into account and therefore can't be used with objects.

    I would like to know where you got all of those versions because I might wish to write a strict PHP based tokenized version that does take functions in account and would not have any false positives from javascript files.

  17. Ozh says:

    Jacob » Indeed, the tool is not perfect. Data come from a basic grep, so it doesn't make a difference between foo::bar() and bar::bar()

  18. Ben Tremblay says:

    Nice … I just added this as an update to "Developer Documentation" in Codex.

  19. Dave Stewart says:

    Awesome!

    One major improvement though, would be to list WHICH file the function is in. That way if I want to look at the source, I don't need to search the entire WordPress codebase.

    Many thanks!
    Dave

  20. […] to find when the Page Template feature in WordPress was released. I found at Ozh's Blog a WordPress Functions Implementation History Tool and I discovered there that this feature makes part of WP since it's 1.5 […]

  21. Great post again , Ozh.. you are the master.. did you go to school with yoda?

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