i’m trying to figure out what exactly these are doing. what do we want to do with them in the future?
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so here’s what i see for wp 3.4:
- previous_image_link()/next_image_link() (or equivalent) – don’t know what this is exactly
- should we add background and header image support ?
- modify wp_title via filter *karin did this on our fork, so the code is out there
- body_class()/post_class(): – i thought i had patched this at google code. maybe we just go ahead add the classes instead of needing an add_theme_support() for legacy? though i like the idea of completely deprecating the thematic versions of those functions
- remove/deprecate constants
- enqueue the comment-reply script at the comment_form_before hook
- updated translations
- gene’s markup function
oh i also see that
$locale_file = THEMELIB . "/languages/$locale.php";
if ( is_readable($locale_file) )
can probably be removed.. in addition, we can probably remove
- Legacy options global variables likely not needed anymore…
- Can these be removed safely?
$themename = "Thematic";
$shortname = "thm";
anything else? not sure we’d want to tackle more than that.
btw- in case i can get to it (unlikely though, paid job and father’s day will keep me busy this week) what is the proper way to let users know a function is deprecated?
The new 1.0.1 release is out. I expect we’ll see a maintenance release shortly. As always issue reports, enhancements, and patches are welcome on the Thematic Google Code site.
We’ll now begin to transition support from Themeshaper to ThematicTheme. It’s much appreciated if all involved could direct all new support requests for Thematic to the new forums. If new support requests look like they’re turning into issue reports, please mention the Google Code site and if you have time please report the issue with a link back to the forum topic. We are going to be closing down threads on the old forums starting with the oldest first. Hopefully this will help to prevent forked support in the future. Threads that were active within 90 days before the release will remain so until resolved , or until they become inactive for more than 90 days.
Here are a few sites that you might prove to be helpful:
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