• Rachel Cherry

    (@bamadesigner)


    Hey gang! I realize I’ve been pretty quiet for a while and for that I apologize.

    But know I’m back on the job and want to whip the plugin into shape.

    Just be patient with me. There may be multiple updates coming up in swift succession as I try to get fixes out as quickly as possible.

    Thanks!
    Rachel

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/cpt-onomies/

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  • Thanks for the work Rachel!

    gbruzzo

    (@gbruzzo)

    Hello there

    thank you, that is very appreciated

    Kind regards

    Giacomo Bruzzo

    @anansi.pro

    (@mahasvin)

    Rachel, its a very good plugin! Please whip it hard. 4.6 got a new WP-Terms query function.

    webkoder

    (@webkoder)

    Great message! 🙂

    Thanks Rachel. Really need to get this fix up as it’s causing quite a lot of issues with 4.6

    Hi Rachel,

    Love the plugin, really adds a valuable tool to WordPress. I use it across a few sites and it has solved a lot of headaches for me. Can’t thank you enough.

    Unfortunately it seems to not work at all with 4.6+. So, it’s great to hear you’re working on updates.

    Do you have a timeline for when the plugin will be compatible with 4.6? I am delaying some core updates and other plugin updates until this plugin is compatible.

    Again, thank you for all your hard work on this free plugin. Really appreciated.

    Hi there,

    are there any updates about when the plugin will be updated to handle WordPress 4.6 onwards?

    Thank you very much in advance

    I apologize that it’s taken longer than I hoped but life keeps getting in the way. I end up only having an hour or two here and there and I am making progress but haven’t got wrapped up what needs to be done. I should have more time this week and plan to spend a couple hours each night until all is resolved. Hang in there. An update should be coming soon. Thank you for being patient with me.

    I pushed out an update last night before crashing but it doesn’t seem to have stuck. Hopefully I can have it fixed by the end of the day.

    It seems to be the version number in cpt-onomies.php didn’t get updated to 1.3.5.
    https://github.com/bamadesigner/cpt-onomies/blob/master/cpt-onomies.php

    Otherwise, it appears to have the new version sitting under the download button. The zip file reads 1.3.5 at least.

    Thanks for all your work on this!

    v1.3.5 is out! Please let me know if it fixed things!

    Hi Rachel,

    Thanks for the update, the plugin is functional again! Whoo!

    I do have one remaining issue. I am still getting a lot of error notices on the CPT listing areas of the Admin panel and the front-end of website’s using it. This happens when I add a taxonomy term to a custom post (one set of errors appear for each term applied).

    Notice: Undefined property: WP_Error::$term_id in [SITE_URL]/wp-includes/post.php on line 5954
    
    Notice: Undefined property: WP_Error::$term_id in [SITE_URL]/wp-includes/post.php on line 5953

    Note: I’ve replaced my project’s path with [SITE_URL]

    This is occurring across multiple themes. It only appears if I have WP_DEBUG set to true.

    Thanks again for all your hard work. This plugin is awesome.

    You rule.

    Cheers,

    Hello Rachel,

    I am still experiencing problems with CPTonomies version 1.3.5 with WP version 4.6.1 although your recent update did seem to solve some of the issues I was seeing. I believe it has to do with this function I’ve written to gather all associated posts of a specified type. These posts are CPTonomies…

    function get_associated_posts_of_type($postID,$post_type){
      // returns array of post id's of posts associated with postID (int) of type $post_type (string)
      $posts_linked_posts=get_the_terms($postID, $post_type);
    	if($posts_linked_posts && !is_wp_error( $posts_linked_posts )){
        $linked_post_id_list=array();
        foreach($posts_linked_posts as $linked_post){
          array_push($linked_post_id_list, $linked_post->term_id);
        }
        return $linked_post_id_list;
    	} else return null;
    }
    

    … this function used to return a list of CPT post IDs but now it returns the correct number of associated posts but with the data of the post ID you pass into the function (or the current post, I haven’t tested all scenarios). This looks like a WP post loop error but this was working in WP version 4.4.3.

    Thank you for the great plugin!

    Ian

    Just to confirm, I have the same issue as @airrickd after upgrading to 1.3.5. Thanks for keeping this important plugin updated for us all!

    I’m using a function similar to mrundrstm8’s and experiencing the same issues. Posting so I can be notified of followups 🙂

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