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  • I’m currently developing an extension to a hook which already exists in a plugin. The problem is that this function usually is called by WP-Cron and doesn’t get called that often.

    What is an smart way to develop and debug such a thing? It’s hard to ’cause’ this event every time and then check what will happen.

    Ideally I want to manually call this event and then develop, without of course having to (manually) call the whole stack of functions.

    I’m (of course) developing on a local machine (Linux), so programs that might help ( I’m thinking about eclipse maybe? ) are welcome as well

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  • -modlook.

    Sorry for the bump but I fail to see how to get the attention of mods to this. Please consider this topic for the WP-Advanced forum since (I think) it might be a nice subject for (aspiring) devs around.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski


    Brute Squad and Volunteer Moderator

    That’s not how modlook works and this topic really doesn’t seem to qualify for WP-Advanced forum.

    Edit: Also don’t bump.

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