WP Tuner 0.9.5 Comment Thread
This release: fixes all bugs reported to date. As part of my bug-hunting, I added more low-level capabilities (only of use to die-hard tech folk):
- Once installed, a tech can use WP Tuner to debug issues in WP’s installation sequence. A few lines of code in the install and/or admin footer allow use of wptL() debug logging. This made it relatively easy to track down a subtle install-time bug in WordPress that was affecting WP Tuner and other plugins.
- WP Tuner Diagnostics now display plugin names and version numbers for all plugins (whether activated or not.) This is one tiny step toward my goal of providing community-wide plugin performance tuning.
Please post your comments and questions below. I reserve the right to snip inappropriate commentary, flame wars and so forth.
We’re just getting this blog started so I apologize in advance for not having all of our rules laid out already. I intend to write occasional blog posts describing techniques for improving the performance of WordPress. Feel free to ask your hot questions here!
If you are reporting a problem:
- Please set Debug Level to 1 and copy the wpTuner Diagnostics report here
- If a specific plugin or widget is misbehaving, please note which one (if you know)