• David Somerfleck

    (@affordablewebsitesdenvercom)


    I’m getting error messages on sites running ClassicPress that according to Sucuri, ClassicPress sites are running WordPress 1.0. Is there any possibility that Sucuri will provide compatibility with ClassicPress at some point?

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  • ClassicPress developers decided to break the Semver that WordPress was following. Their release page shows version 1.0.0 as the newest [1] even though their code is based on WordPress 4.9.8 [2].

    They went even further to modify the content of the “version.php” file [3] which WordPress uses to control the deprecation of features in the entire project, something that the plugin ecosystem inherited by using the $wp_version variable to check if their code is compatible with the website installation. In fact, that variable doesn’t exist anymore in their code. They replaced it with $cp_version which seems unnecessary.

    I’ll pass this to the rest of the development team.

    Personally speaking, I think the warning is correct.

    [1] https://github.com/ClassicPress/ClassicPress/releases
    [2] https://github.com/ClassicPress/ClassicPress/blob/f059778/README.md#contributors
    [3] https://github.com/ClassicPress/ClassicPress/blob/f059778/src/wp-includes/version.php#L2-L30

    David Somerfleck

    (@affordablewebsitesdenvercom)

    @yorman I appreciate your insights and am only asking as someone who is using ClassicPress to keep my older legacy sites alive. I did not want to risk breaking my sites with the 5.0 update and also had other concerns on switching over to 5.0/Gutenberg. So having 1 reliable security plugin to use with those sites is obviously a big deal. WordFence requires several settings be turned off or it sends off 80-something error messages constantly. If Sucuri could work for ClassicPress with minor adjustments I for one would certainly appreciate it and would pass that on to their community.

    Thanks for whatever you can do. Please let me know what happens one way or another.

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