Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » False Positives from WP Engine PHP Compatibily Checker

  • Tim Smith

    (@creativeinfusion)



    WP Engines PHP Compatibility Checker maintains a whitelist of compatible plugins that produce false positives. Please get this plugin added to their list.

    The only issues identified are false positives to do with backward compatible use of ‘mysql_’ extensions and php files that contain no php (but importantly without using the asp_tags <% %> tags).

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  • all of the compatibility problems seen in that checker were fixed a long time ago in the community maintained w3-total-cache-fixed version.

    Tim Smith

    (@creativeinfusion)

    I wasn’t clear – I was actually referring to checking for PHP 7.0 compatibility where all reports are false positives, there is/was nothing to fix.

    If you’re refering to W3TC use of deprecated functions in PHP 7.1 and removed functions in PHP 7.2, then that’s good news.

    Is the community maintained fork of W3TC taking over from the Frederick Townes W3TC and is it going to be avaialable through the WordPress plugin repository?

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