Support » Plugin: Debug Objects » Disabling debug objects causes fatal error

  • Resolved ksnyde


    I was having a javascript issue with debug-objects (the problem was likely caused outside of debug-objects) and on a whim I thought I’d just disable debug-objects and then re-enable it. Sort of the CTRL-ALT-DEL of WordPress. Anyway, tragedy struck immediately. I disabled the plugin through the admin interface and now I can’t load either admin or frontend interface because it’s giving me the following fatal error:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function add_submenu_page() in [FILE_PATH] on line 97.

    Now this reference is to a plugin that I have developed and not changed in months. Line 97 is:

    add_submenu_page ( LG_TRANSACTIONAL_MENU , $plural ,$plural,”manage_options”,”edit.php?post_type={$this->custom_type_slug_name}”);

    I’m completely confused. Any help at all to get me pointed in the right direction would be hugely useful.

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  • BTW, I did look through my git repositories to make sure nothing had changed and it definitely has NOT changed.

    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge


    Hm, not easy to help you. Debug Objects read only data, no changes on core or objects. Maybe the core was change in the include of the function add_submenu_page() and you must change the hook, in there work this function.

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