Today we released a long-awaited update for our core WP RSS Aggregator plugin.

Besides bug fixes and a few enhancements, this version also sees the introduction of Composer and Phing, as well as a RegEx HTML Encodifier and the start of an integration with a custom Diagnostics plugin which will be available in the coming months.

These improvements will close off 2017 in a positive way, with more to look forward to in 2017. Here’s a look at everything that has changed:

  • Fixed bug with feed error output breaking tooltips on “Feed Sources” page.
  • Fixed bug with nonces on the “Feed Sources” page that broke some source actions.
  • Fixed problem with image cache filenames being too long.
  • Fixed problem with permalink URLs sometimes being URL-encoded.
  • Fixed problem with large logs causing OOM errors and breaking Debugging page.
  • Fixed conflict with function unparse_url().
  • Fixed bug with _getDataOrConst() not retrieving single value.
  • Fixed future incompatibility with class-feed.php for WP 4.7+.
  • Fixed conflicts with many JS scripts by only adding JS on our admin pages.
  • Fixed conflicts with some classes by loading only valid root namespace components.
  • Fixed PHP warning related to retrieving unique titles.
  • Added a per-feed-source “Link Source” option.
  • Added a per-feed-source “Feed Request User Agent” option.
  • The “Add New” button no longer appears for feed items.
  • Added “Leave a Review” notification.
  • Now using Composer!
  • Now using Phing!
  • Added RegEx HTML Encodifier.
  • Added integration with Diagnostics plugin, and tests.
  • Logs are now created in wp-content/log/wprss, and are named more descriptively.

Get the latest version here.

Published by Mark Zahra

Project Manager - WP RSS Aggregator

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