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Patch: Fix compatibility issue with CryptX

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  • Plugin Author Brett Shumaker
    Member

    @brettshumaker

    Hey Nick,

    antispambot() is a function in WordPress core and I don’t think a plugin should have to check if a specific plugin is installed to be able to use it. If anything, the plugin that breaks if a core WordPress function is used, should be patched to handle that situation. I’m open to debating this thinking, though.

    That being said, I don’t think this will be merged into SSL, though I appreciate your willingness to submit a potential fix.

    Nick Ciske
    Participant

    @nickciske

    Ok, making it check for CryptX was probably a bit narrow minded 😉

    How about allowing me to turn off anitspambot encoding via an option, filter, or constant?

    Nick Ciske
    Participant

    @nickciske

    Gist updated:
    https://gist.github.com/nciske/6023318

    Usage:
    add_filter(‘sslp_encode_emails’,’__return_false’);

    Plugin Author Brett Shumaker
    Member

    @brettshumaker

    Hey Nick,
    I think the filter option is a good compromise for this issue. I’ll roll that change into the next version.

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