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  • Hello !

    To be frank, I really don’t like how wordpress changed the sorting order of the search results.
    From now on, a search’s results show first the TITLES with matching keywords, and only after this, the POST CONTENTS with matching keywords.

    It’s only my personal opinion, I don’t like it, I want to revert it.

    Please, how could I easily revert the changes that were done, based on their .diff ?
    Their .diff is here : http://core.trac.wordpress.org/attachment/ticket/7394/7394.9.diff
    The ticket with that diff : http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/7394

    Honestly, I have no clue, I can *understand a .diff, but to undo it, I am left clueless…

    Sure, this is a delaying tactic. Any WP update will overwrite it, but maybe that will give time for a plugin writer to create the option to choose how the sorting is done (so far, no plugin allows to choose.)

    Thanks if you can help 🙂

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  • Ooops, I can’t edit my post anymore, I wanted to make a precision
    During the first hour after I posted my question, the thread didn’t appear in the support forum, when I clicked the Edit link of my post I was brought back to the index of the support forum -_-

    Oh well : I wanted to add a precision, that I’m NOT trying to revert changes inside a CVS, but inside a live production website, to change the php files on a server, following the indications (well, in reverse) of the .diff page.

    Maybe that’s simpler, maybe that’s more complicated, I really don’t know. Thanks if anyone can help 🙂

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