[wp-hackers] Plugin main file name

Xavier Borderie xavier at borderie.net
Sat Aug 23 14:17:31 GMT 2008

Maybe you could get inspiration from Rob Marsh's Post-Plugin Library
(http://rmarsh.com/plugins/), which serves as a repository of common
code for some other Post-related plugins.
Or maybe I didn't understand your request :)


2008/8/23 Stephen Rider <wp-hackers at striderweb.com>:
> I'm not very familiar with the inner workings of the plugin stuff at
> WP/extend, so I have a question for you all.
> I'm creating a "core" file for my plugins that is a standardized chunk of
> common code.  In doing so, it would be handy for me if the main plugin file
> was the same for each plugin.  The _directory_ is different, of course, but
> I want the plugin file itself to be plugin_main.php or something like that.
> Thus, in wp-content/plugins/...
> myplugin/plugin_main.php
> anotherplugin/plugin_main.php
> thirdplugin/plugin_main.php
> Is this a bad idea for some reason I don't know about?  If down the road I
> put these on WP-extend, will it screw up updates or auto-install or
> something?
> Thanks.
> Stephen
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Xavier Borderie

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