[wp-hackers] Prevent Writing to .htaccess

Eric Mann eric at eamann.com
Thu Aug 5 14:26:01 UTC 2010

I agree, time for a patch.
My recommendation would be to remove the direct function call that flushes the
rules and instead use something like do_action('flush_rules');  Then re-add the
function call with add_action().  This way, we can remove the function call when
needed (i.e. in your case).

On August 5, 2010 at 12:05 PM John Sessford <john at ikailo.com> wrote:

> >One possibility (a very hacky possibility) would be to spoof the return value
> >of got_mod_rewrite().
> This has potential. Wp_redirect does a similar thing.  Not as hacky as some of
> the other stuff I've had to do. :)
> >Short version is that you can't do it. Not with the current code.
> Time for a patch maybe?
> Anyone have an explanation why the flush executes on the
> /options-permalink.php page load?
> John Sessford
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