[wp-hackers] Developing plug-in for WP

Andy Skelton skeltoac at gmail.com
Sun Oct 23 21:53:28 GMT 2005

Oops, I was referring to WP 1.6, in which WordPress handles rewrite
internally. You might do better to keep your drop-in file model.

On 10/23/05, CaptSolo <captsolo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Andy!
> On 10/23/05, Andy Skelton <skeltoac at gmail.com> wrote:
> > CaptSolo: As a plugin, your script would be able to add wp-rewrite
> > rules to catch the requests, then hook into template_redirect to start
> > your RDF output.
> Then there is a value in turning the SIOC exporter into a plugin.
> But what would happen in the case if the server does not have rewrite
> enabled? Then instead of a nice, short URL (like
> http://blog_url/wp-sioc.php now) the RDF output would be located at
> somewhere deep at, e.g.,
> http://blog_url/wp-content/plugins/wp-sioc.php.
> Can you tell if there is a significant percentage of WordPress blogs
> that do not have the rewriting capability and if it is worthwhile
> worrying about that?
> CaptSolo
> [ http://captsolo.net/info/ ]
> [ http://rdfs.org/sioc/wordpress/ ]
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