[wp-hackers] Re: Plugin update notifications
ozh at planetozh.com
Sun Apr 13 08:25:37 GMT 2008
I think the readme.txt file on the user's side is not needed, actually
On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 10:20 AM, Alexander Beutl <xel at netgra.de> wrote:
> As you said nothing about it:
> Is there a readme.txt file in this directory?
> 2008/4/13, Mahmoud H. Al-Qudsi <computerguru at neosmart.net>:
> > I don't think that's the case - I WISH it were.
> > I have a hand-hacked version of the recent-posts widget, modified to take
> > advantage of the caching system I'm using. I renamed it, removed the
> > author
> > URI, and did a million different things, yet WP 2.5 keeps on asking me to
> > upgrade to the "new" version...
> > For clarification:
> > File: wp-content/plugins/widgets/nst_recent.php
> > Name: "NST Recent Posts Widget"
> > Author:
> > But I am STILL asked to "Download version 220.127.116.1170210b here" (linking
> > to
> > http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/widgets/)
> > It's ONLY looking at the directory name ("widgets") and not at anything
> > else, and that's driving me crazy. It thinks that because there's a plugin
> > in a folder called "widgets" that means it's the same "widgets" plugin on
> > wordpress.org, and it wants to upgrade.
> > -MQ
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