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Problem in comment-functions.php?

  • Hi,
    I think I have found a bug in the newes nigthly built(12.02.2005).
    In the comment-functions.php at line 23-26:
    if ( file_exists( TEMPLATEPATH . $file )
    require( TEMPLATEPATH . $file );
    else
    require( ABSPATH . "wp-content/themes/default/comments.php");
    endif;

    That if-function loads the “wp-content/themes/default/comments.php” only. It’s doesn’t load any other comments.php because $file is empty.
    It works when you use:
    if ( file_exists( TEMPLATEPATH . "/comments.php") )
    require( TEMPLATEPATH . "/comments.php");
    else
    require( ABSPATH . "wp-content/themes/default/comments.php");

    Should I added it in the mosquito Bugtracker?

    – bjoern

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  • Scott Reilly
    WordPress & Plugin Developer

    @coffee2code

    Yes, bugs should be reported to the bugtracker. Bugs reported solely on the forum stand a high risk of falling through the cracks.

    However, what you’re reporting doesn’t appear to be a bug. The function comments_template() sets the default for $file to be “/comments.php”. All WP calls to comments_template() do so without an argument, so the default would be used. Which leads me to wonder… in your template, what does the call to comments_template() look like? If you sending an argument, is it something other than a comments template filename?

    I’ve noticed something really strange within the past four nightly builds. It appears that only the comments.php file in /wp-content/themes/default is being loaded, even though I have a comments.php file in my own template directory (/wp-content/themes/upanddown). It was working fine a few nightlies ago.

    I can verify this by editing the “default” comments.php file and seeing the changes right away, whereas editing mine makes no impact on my blog. Any ideas?

    By the way, I’m currently running 1.5-gamma 2005-02-14 but I noticed this problem about four nightly builds ago…

    Got it. Turns out comments_template() now has a default argument of is_single(). Removing the argument made everything all better.

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