Hello, I attended the WordCamp today in Raleigh NC with only a simple goal in mind. Which was to acquire a UML of the current working version of WordPress. I read a post that WordPress core was not exactly OOP which is why there is not a UML. This is a fail answer. Fortunately not by an admin or core developer, but a mere user. It is possible to draw a relation to the files that are being used and when, whether it is OOP or not! The closest to a model of such I’ve seen was the database, which is helpful //codex.wordpress.org/File:WP_27_dbsERD.png#file But still does not depict how the parent php documents are mapped. All I see is a bunch of people that can reuse code with little understanding of the scope. Before I embark on any endeavor in learning a system there are a few things I look for. Proper documentation, and a model. WordPress, as successful as it is, does not have a model and I hear excuses that its because it is fluent. I believe in fluency but I also believe in models to go with it. Is there such a resource for the FILE initialization structure and transcending interactions? And if not, can one be made? And please doe not respond if you have another excuse why one is not made… Im not looking for drama, only answers
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