Dev Status

Posted August 26, 2003 by Matt Mullenweg. Filed under Development.

So what’s been going on since we released the beta?

Dougal just committed conditional GET support for all the RSS files.

I’ve been squashing bugs wherever possible, particularly with regards to the intelligent line break tool. It now has a fairly sophisticated understanding of different types of block level tags, nested lists, arbitrary whitespace, and tables. So if it didn’t work for you before, give autop a try again.

I am addicted to this cursor aware quicktags code. It’s got to be one of the most useful improvements in .72. Kudos to Alex.

Mike is back in full force in the forums and has committed some fixes to links code.

There is also a new function called get_links_list() but I’ll let Dougal explain that.

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  1. Regarding the “quicktags code” is there a way to eliminate the extra space that gets selected?

    Comment from huphtur on August 27, 2003

  2. I’ve found that instead of double-clicking a word it helps if you select it by clicking, holding down, and dragging.

    Comment from Matt on August 27, 2003

  3. what about replacing and " </*>" with "</*> " on post?

    Comment from huphtur on August 27, 2003

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