After spending half a day trying to find out why Codestyling didn’t work anymore, I found out that there is a conflict with (probably only the newest version of) “Log Deprecated Notices” plugin.
If this plugin is installed, any attempt to “Edit” a .po file in CSL will return an error about too little memory, although in fact the error is due to an ajax call that fails.
I couldn’t find out what the problem is exactly. It happens when CSL tries to include libraries in the beginning of
To get the error, make an empty PHP file with this:
require_once('/wp-blog-header.php'); require_once('/wp-content/plugins/codestyling-localization/includes/locale-definitions.php'); require_once('/wp-content/plugins/codestyling-localization/includes/class-filesystem-translationfile.php'); die('Hello');
The die statement cannot be reached. Instead I get a weird “connection changed” http error in my browser.
Disabling the “Log Deprecated Notices” plugin removes the error.
I just wanted to let you know in here. Maybe someone else will encounter the same problem.
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