[wp-hackers] Relative vs. Absolute URLs stored in db
rbilesky at gmail.com
Sun Dec 5 00:47:33 UTC 2010
I agree with you about relative URL's but there are many who want to keep
them absolute. It's a stalemate really so it's not likely that will change.
Your best bet is a plugin to help make the migration smoother.
On Dec 4, 2010 12:55 PM, "Ankur Oberoi" <aoberoi at gmail.com> wrote:
> my apologies, im sort of a n00b with mailing lists (aren't these
> antiques yet?) so i didnt see that the thread continued further, the first
> part in the archives made no mention of URLs just database syncing.
> i now see both sides of the argument, and i would prefer the relative URLs
> still to be honest - the argument still stands that it is more versatile
> that way and not just for dev needs. but i see how this is something that
> will probably not be changed anytime soon. the crash course in release
> management with hosts file modifications was useful and i will try to
> that method.
> On Sat, Dec 4, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Chris Williams <chris at clwill.com> wrote:
>> Really? The entire thread devolved into an argument about the relative
>> merits of absolute vs. relative. Please save us all the pain and go
>> the whole thing.
>> From: Ankur Oberoi <aoberoi at gmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Relative vs. Absolute URLs stored in db
>> doesn't seem like anyone addressed the specific issue of absolute URLs in
>> that thread (unless i'm missing something).
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