[wp-hackers] Attempt to fix separate subpages w/ same slug name
ringmaster at midnightcircus.com
Thu Oct 6 18:15:30 GMT 2005
Mike Matz wrote:
> Well it looks like the same thing can be done with update_page_cache()
> (note for my application, I need subpages w/ matching slugs rather than
> categories); however, update_page_cache() is only called from
> wp_list_pages(), which hasn't normally been processed at the time
> get_posts() was called. Not sure if it makes sense to call get_pages()
> for every page load, so I'm going to stick with the extra query in
> get_posts() for now.. any thoughts on this?
It seems I totally misread your email. :)
But you're right, you could probably do something similar with
I haven't looked specifically at the ramifications of this, but why not
call update_page_cache() from get_posts() when $q['page_name'] is set?
It might not be as direct, but it should have two benefits:
1) Compartmentalize the aggregation of page fullpaths.
2) Allow those page fullpaths to be accessed by other code after the
cache is loaded.
Just a thought.
In any case, sorry for the misread. The category stuff should still
work, if anyone else is interested in reviewing it. Maybe I'll just
submit the patch to Trac.
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