[wp-hackers] Script bundled with WordPress 'since' .. & theme requires version X
harry at dxw.com
Tue Dec 11 09:22:38 UTC 2012
If you're testing with multiple versions, you might find Whippet useful:
See the --wp-version option.
On 11/12/12 02:18, Alexander Höreth wrote:
> Thanks! Wrong report about farbtastic not being available in 3.1 I think.
> Have to test 3.0 and 3.1 again tomorrow.
> Still think it would be nice to have a 4th column called 'since' in the
> default scripts list. Maybe I will add it.
> 2012/12/11 Drew <xoodrew at gmail.com>
>> The version pages in the Codex tell you which script versions shipped with
>> which release.
>> and so on.
>> Hope that helps,
>> On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 7:07 PM, Alexander Höreth <a.hoereth at gmail.com
>>> Hey there,
>>> is there any way to figure out since which version a script is included
>>> WordPress Core?
>>> There is a list of all scripts included, but it does not contain an
>>> Wanted to use 'farbtastic' as fallback for the new color picker from 3.5.
>>> In trac there are already tickets from 2008 about it - when trying to
>>> enqueue it I only got it working 3.2 and newer.
>>> wp_enqueue_style( 'farbtastic' );
>>>> wp_enqueue_script( 'farbtastic' );
>>> Furthermore, not exactly the same topic:
>>> There is no "theme requires version X and is compatible up to version Y"
>>> WordPress.org, is it? Wanted to install some themes featuring post
>>> thumbnail on 3.0 to test my plugin. First idea: 2012. It broke because of
>>> an missing multiuser function.
>>> Is this a bug which should be reported and/or patched? I didn't do so
>>> because the theme no where claims to be compatible down to 3.0.
>>> Best regards, hope you all get some sleep before 3.5 is released
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