wphackers at jamietalbot.com
Mon Apr 11 07:21:53 GMT 2005
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It was in response to this bug, and yes it was because a unique
permalink structure couldn't be guaranteed.
For the majority of people, this will provide expected behaviour I
think. Could the functionality you want be coded in a plugin which
manually converted the slug back to its original? For example by
hooking post_publish and making a database change?
Alex King wrote:
| I see code in post.php (line 114 in current SVN) that appends a number
| to a the post slug if that post slug already exists. I'm guessing this
| is in place because there is no way to determine if a permalink
| structure will include enough date information (or post ID) to make the
| URI unique?
| Can someone confirm/explain this further?
| I have a weekly "Around the Web" post and I like having it use the same
| slug every week. I can certainly hack around this for myself, but if
| there is a more global solution I'd be happy to try to implement it.
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