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Getting to know if a function is deprecated, when it was introduced or when it was dropped is important for coders who want to maintain plugins and theme through several WordPress versions. For them, I've updated my WordPress Functions Implementation History Tool

Neat ajax interface to search through all functions in WordPress

Now covering 45 versions of WordPress through 0.7.1 to 2.7 and more than five years of WordPress history!

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    Ben United States »
    thought, on 13/Dec/08 at 6:32 pm # :

    Could you do the same thing with bbPress? :D

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    A Journey Through Five Years of WordPres... United States »
    pingback on 15/Dec/08 at 3:46 pm # :

    [...] I have an archive of all versions of WordPress on my development computer for function implementation historical purpose, I thought it could be fun and interesting to install them all and get reminded of what we used to [...]

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