[wp-hackers] Disabling the core update system

Viper007Bond viper at viper007bond.com
Mon Sep 17 05:27:42 GMT 2007

The update_option() on every single admin page load is less than ideal.
Checking the value of "update_core" first and then setting it to false if
need be would be a much better solution IMO. ;)

On 9/16/07, John Blackbourn <johnbillion+wp at gmail.com> wrote:
> I maintain a multitude of WP installations for clients and friends and
> I'm planning on upgrading all these installations to 2.3 when it's
> released.
> As I keep these installations up to date, and update them as soon as
> possible after new releases are made, there's no need for the core
> update system to check for updates, so I wrote a simple plugin which
> disables the core update checking, and therefore disables any
> notifications which might be displayed to users.
> I thought it might be handy for other admins of multiple
> installations, so you can get the plugin here:
> http://lud.icro.us/disable-wordpress-core-update/
> It's pretty freaking simple, but any feedback is welcome.
> Regards,
> John (johnbillion).
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