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[Plugin: Debug Bar] Issue when using with WP 3.4 on an admin page added by a plugin

  • I use this plugin when developing my plugin (Cleverness To-Do List). My plugin creates it’s own menu item and subpages in the WordPress admin.

    Before I upgraded to version 3.4 of WordPress, the debug bar worked as I expected, showing the correct number of queries for the pages. Now it only shows that there are 14 queries on each page (and it doesn’t list any of my plugin’s queries).

    I use add_menu_page and add_submenu_page to add the menu items.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/debug-bar/

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  • Plugin Author Mark Jaquith

    @markjaquith

    What kind of queries is your plugin doing? Are you using a persistent object cache that may be making it so that WordPress doesn’t need to make those queries anymore? Is SAVEQUERIES defined as true?

    Yes, SAVEQUERIES is set as true.

    If I use a different debug plugin, such as Black Box (edited to use on the backend – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/blackbox-debug-bar/), the correct number of queries shows up on the page. Black Box shows 64 queries whereas Debug Bar shows 14.

    I’m using new WP_Query( $args ) to get custom post entries. I’m not doing any object caching.

    Thanks.

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