[wp-testers] Your mission, should you choose to accept it
Brian at TheCodeCave.com
Fri Jan 5 04:06:15 GMT 2007
Matt, (or anyone else)
Is there only the one 'wp-admin/upgrade.php?step=1' step in the 2.1 upgrade
process? I'm wrapping up my upgrade script that I posted to wp-hackers a
bit ago and would like to have it perform the online upgrade steps too. I
thought I could toss this email out and get some opinions in the process.
The script is configured to handle multiple upgrade steps, I'm really
wondering if I should have the script to contain more than one by default,
even if they aren't used in the current releases.
Here's what I am talking about...
In the initialization section I already have an array of urls that it should
visit for each blog. I just don't know which defaults I should put in. For
instance, what happens if someone puts in a call to step=2 and that update
doesn't have a step 2. Is that a bad thing?
For instance, my initilization section can have these arrays:
In a big loop, each blog dir is backed up (if that option is chosen). Then
I do a loop appending each UpdateURL to the current BlogURL. So the upgrade
is completed to each site. Should I just include one url
'wp-admin/upgrade.php?step=1' because that is all that is needed, or should
I include more as shown above. What do you think would be the best thing to
do in this script?
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