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Sat Sep 16 18:32:21 GMT 2006
On 9/16/06, Robert Deaton <false.hopes at gmail.com> wrote:
> I still say moving it out of the core to a bundled plugin activated by
> default would be nice. That would mean I could just deactivate it and
> remove the wp-content/plugins/tinymce/ directory and be done with it.
I see two benefits to making it a plugin:
1) The TinyMCE plugin could more closely follow TinyMCE development,
so those who want the newest version wouldn't have to wait both for
someone to include updates in WP and for the release of the next WP
version: they'd just upload the newest version of the plugin.
2) It seems more in line with WordPress's philosophy of keeping core
code simple and web standards-compliant; TinyMCE is neither.
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