dyordan1 at ramapo.edu
Wed Aug 21 19:25:07 UTC 2013
Thanks but I've seen that post already. I'm actually trying to move away from a solution that moves wpautop after short codes are rendered since I've had to implement multiple workarounds for plugins that rely on regular short code rendering. I ended up just implementing my own unautop that works for my needs. Almost like this guy's new solution linked at the top with a few tweaks. I'm still open to better alternatives. I was just interested why a built-in feature of wordpress doesn't really "work." Note:
gets unautop-ed into
I'd say that's broken.
On Wed, 21 Aug 2013, at 3:09 PM, Chris McCoy wrote:
> have a look at this.
> On 2013-08-21 11:40 AM, "Dobri" <dyordan1 at ramapo.edu> wrote:
>> Hey WordPress Hackers,
>> I was struggling with shortcode_unautop not working for a while and I
>> looked into the function to figure out what's wrong. I've created a paste
>> bin with the code in case you don't feel like finding the function
>> (http://pastebin.com/VDMdXxj0). My question is: is there a reason some of
>> the "*" repetitions also have a "+" directly following? I personally have
>> done monsters of regular expressions and never seen the combination
>> "[whatever]*+". Am I missing something? Also, when I checked with
>> http://regexpal.com/, removing all the extra + signs magically made the
>> function work *exactly* as expected. Is this a bug or do I not know regex
>> as good as I though I do?
>> Also, if there's nothing buggy with the function, what would be the way
>> to make sure something like the text in the bin below renders correctly?
>> Should I just remove the shorcode_unautop filter and do my own unautop?
>> Thanks for any help with this!
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