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The almighty DD32, who is responsible for a number of WordPress features including the plugin updater and installer, has put up a quick documentation of the WordPress Plugin information API (used to fetch informations from the official plugin repository). WordPress hackers: bookmark it. (And, ho, by the way: happy new year everybody:)

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    Wesley Belgium »
    commented, on 05/Jan/09 at 9:37 am # :

    Very cool, I've already written a plugin with this API (sorta): Improved Plugin Installation (allows you to install multiple plugins at the same time just by typing the name)

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    Ajay India »
    said, on 05/Jan/09 at 3:22 pm # :

    Happy New Year Ozh!

    What could be purpose of the Plugin API, except in Wesley's case above?

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    Ajay India »
    thought, on 05/Jan/09 at 3:24 pm # :

    Kinda strange, but I'm detected as being from Australia, when I'm sitting in India.

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