Support » Plugin: Easy Updates Manager » Changelog 7.0

  • Resolved forkmedia

    (@forkmedia)


    No biggie, but after I got the update notice on my plugins page, the change log still shows the last entry as:

    6.4.8
    Released 2017-11-24
    Fixing plugin and theme tab CSS issues.

    hasn’t changed after two days so I thought I let u know.

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  • Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    What WordPress version are you running?

    Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    I believe you, and it’s a problem if it’s happening on a mass scale, but this is what I see.

    https://imgur.com/S59dNWO

    When I started this comment I was asked what version I was using – don’t you see that over in the right column?

    In any case its 4.92 on two different sites. One site I updated your plugin to 7.0 and clicked on Details > Changelog. Showed 6.4.8. I also have an update notice on the other site but I didn’t update yet and also checked the Changelog there but it still shows 6.4.8 as well.

    I usually don’t update plugins unless I can see what changes have been made. Last time I updated your plugin, as noted in your Changelog, you updated three times in one day.

    ; )

    Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    Sorry about that. I didn’t realize until after I asked.

    You can see our changelog here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/stops-core-theme-and-plugin-updates/#developers

    We’ve also updated our playlist so you know what to expect: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGGX_ELs6WyvgJCtUC58uLw/playlists?view_as=subscriber

    Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    It might very well be a cached transient.

    I recommend this plugin to clean them out: https://wordpress.org/plugins/artiss-transient-cleaner/

    I don’t know anything about cached transients – I have about two dozen plugins on one WP site and about a dozen on the other. All the other plugins I just tested by clicking on the Details link show their changelogs, reflecting them as updated to the latest version. Only yours shows the previous version.

    As far as the screenshot you posted, I don’t exactly have that on my Plugins page – I’m on OSX High Sierra using latest versions of Firefox, Safari and Chrome – not seeing the last two lines. Just the first line under the plugin’s title, with the Details link.

    I’m not seriously concerned at all about this – though thanks for the direct link – it works – but I originally made the comment here because I thought you would like to know in case you had not updated the changelog.

    Signing off – no need to reply.

    This issue is widespread, I suspect, because it’s not a transient issue. If you go to the link (shown on https://imgur.com/S59dNWO) that says “View version 7.0.0” the changelog starts with 6.4.8. There is no reference to 7.0.0.

    This is particularly problematic because, on the one (test) site I updated despite the lack of changelog, the General tab on the Manage Updates page never loads properly. I just get the animated GIF. The browser Console reports this:

    Error: Given action "FETCH_OPTIONS", reducer "options" returned undefined. To ignore an action, you must explicitly return the previous state. If you want this reducer to hold no value, you can return null instead of undefined. admin.js:28:9849

    Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    I’ll email plugins@wordpress.org. This shouldn’t be happening.

    Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    kts915,

    What browser are you using and are you on WordPress 4.7 and up?

    I’ll email plugins@wordpress.org. This shouldn’t be happening.

    You might have a good point there. I have another plugin whose changelog is also not up to date.

    I am using WP 4.9.2 on Firefox 58.0.

    Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    @kts915,

    Are you doing anything to disable the REST API? That’s what I’m using the load in the data. It sounds like the endpoint can’t be accessed.

    Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    I tested on Firefox 58 and everything looks normal.

    Are you doing anything to disable the REST API?

    Yes, on that site I was. Reactivating the REST API has solved the issue on the General tab. Thanks!

    This does, of course, illustrate why a changelog is so helpful. You weren’t using the REST API for that before, so I had no idea what I should be looking for.

    Thanks again!

    Plugin Contributor Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    Great news. I’ll update this thread with what I hear from plugins@wordpress.org. They’re usually very responsive.

    I got this on my last reply: This post has been held for moderation by our automated system. It will be reviewed within 72 hours.

    Here’s the reply:

    I don’t know anything about cached transients – I have about two dozen plugins on one WP site and about a dozen on the other. All the other plugins I just tested by clicking on the Details link show their changelogs, reflecting them as updated to the latest version. Only yours shows the previous version.

    As far as the screenshot you posted, I don’t exactly have that on my Plugins page – I’m on OSX High Sierra using latest versions of Firefox, Safari and Chrome – not seeing the last two lines. Just the first line under the plugin’s title, with the Details link.

    I’m not seriously concerned at all about this – though thanks for the direct link – it works – but I originally made the comment here because I thought you would like to know in case you had not updated the changelog.

    Signing off – no need to reply.

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