Optimize your WordPress installation for the Google App Engine platform.
Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
Warning: require_once(google/appengine/api/urlfetch_service_pb.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /xxxxx/xxxxx/public_html/xxxx/wp-content/plugins/google-app-engine/modules/urlfetch.php on line 72 Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required 'google/appengine/api/urlfetch_service_pb.php' (include_path='.:/xx/php54/lib/php') in /xxxxx/xxxxx/public_html/xxxx/wp-content/plugins/google-app-engine/modules/urlfetch.php on line 72
I have set up a WordPress web site including a slider, using the plugin "Regenerate thumbnails" to produce all the image sizes I need. Everything works perfectly on my local computer, but when I deploy to Google App Engine (GAE), the images aren't displayed. I have uploaded them, and I can see them in the wp-admin Media section. They are stored on Google Cloud Storage with URLs like https://storage.googleapis.com/<bucket-name>/<image-name>.jpg, and I can access them over http on those URLs. However, on my deployed WP site, no images show up at all. I have imported the data from my local setup using the XML export/import feature of WordPress. I have activated the "Google App Engine for WordPress" plugin.
Running the "Regenerate thumbnails" plugin on the deployed WP site does not produce any new image sizes in the storage "bucket"... I guess the plugin is not compatible with GAE at all, but how should one go about to solve this problem?
Being able to host WordPress on GAE is awesome and saves time and money. The plugin helps and the development team is very responsive.
hello i am hosted with hostgator and when i install plugin i get this syntax error plz help
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /xxx/xxxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/google-app-engine/appengine.php on line 29
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' in .../wp-content/plugins/google-app-engine/appengine.php on line 62
This plugin really helps smooth out the experience of getting WordPress running well on Google App Engine. Particularly cool is being able to publish images and other media automatically via Google Cloud Storage.
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