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Cron View

Description

This plugin adds a page in the admin area where you can see all the queued Cron events, when they are due, which schedule they are on (or if they are one off) and which hook they will call. Future development might include:

  • Removing Cron events
  • Seeing which functions/methods are currently called by which hooks
  • Manually adding Cron events
  • Editing Cron events

However, do not hold your breath! Development for this plugin will be as and when I need it, or when someone submits a handy patch. I’m definitely open to co-development on this one, so if you want to join in then contact me.

Any issues: contact me.

Screenshots

  • Showing the Cron view screen in the admin area

Installation

The plugin is simple to install:

  1. Download the plugin, it will arrive as a zip file
  2. Unzip it
  3. Upload cron-gui.zip directory to your WordPress Plugin directory
  4. Go to the plugin management page and enable the plugin
  5. Upload your post template files (see the Description for details on configuring these), and choose them through the new menu
  6. Give yourself a pat on the back

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Contributors & Developers

“Cron View” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

v1.03

  • Fix unexpected output when activated

v1.02

  • Completed internationalisation
  • Replace _c with _x (thanks Barry Carlyon)

= v1.01

  • I forget what happened here

v1 2009/01/06

  • First public release