speedboxer at gmail.com
Sat Sep 22 19:28:56 GMT 2007
On 9/22/07, Omry Yadan <omry at yadan.net> wrote:
> without know ANYTHING about the API, I am guessing that you need to use
> wp_unschedule_event, and that
> wp_clear_scheduled_hook is used internally to notify listeners of
> unschedule events.
I tried it out by checking if wp_next_scheduled_event was the cron. It turns
out that you should you wp_clear_scheduled_hook if you want to completely
get rid of a recursive cron. I think wp_unschedule_event just unschedules
the next time it's supposed to run, but it will continue to run after that
one that's been "skipped".
Matt (speedboxer at gmail.com)
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