Support » Plugin: WP Super Cache » Wondering if still in production?

  • I see a bunch of issues with no fixes and no replies to any support messages for a while. Is WP Super Cache abandoned? Totally understand if it is, but getting a lot of issues

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  • I moved on. Thanks for all the caching (been using this from the very beginning). Goodbye, old friend – you were awesome!

    What error do you get?

    Nic

    (@nick-v)

    I was wondering the same thing. Is WP Super Cache still a future proof option?

    yallaman

    (@yallaman)

    Same here. I recently had to move my site to another web host, and in the process I also had to update WordPress to the latest version, i.e. 5.3.2. Unfortunately, because WP Super Cache has not been updated in more than 5 months (August 2019) and has been tested only up to WordPress 5.2.5, I can’t take the risk of activating the plugin again.

    Do any of the developers – @donncha, @kraftbj or @automattic – have any info on compatibility with the very latest WP version, and whether any updates are planned in the near future?

    Plugin Author Donncha Ó Caoimh

    (@donncha)

    Thanks for the ping @yallaman.

    The plugin still works, and will be updated as time permits. I’ll update the tested version now. I have it running on a couple of blogs without any problem.

    Thank you very much @donncha for your reply to this and other topics a couple of days ago. Good to know you are still maintaining WP Super Cache!

    Some compatibility issues I have seen in the forum regarding the current version of the plugin and recent versions of WordPress and PHP:

    * Problem with updated Walker class in WordPress 5.3:

    @martinsotirov writes here that “You need to change the parameters to the walk function of your custom menu walker because the Walker class got updated in 5.3”:

    public function walk( $elements, $max_depth ) {
    should be
    public function walk( $elements, $max_depth, ...$args ) {

    Hopefully this is something the developer @donncha can have a look at.

    * PHP Notice in debug log file: Undefined offset wp-cache-phase2.php.

    The developer has commented that it is probably harmless, see here.

    * Not compatible with PHP 7.4:

    The developer seems to have a fix ready, see here.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by yallaman.
    Plugin Author Donncha Ó Caoimh

    (@donncha)

    @yallaman – that walk post was hidden well. I don’t think that has to do with WP Super Cache. It looks like it belongs to a plugin called “custom-menu-wizard”.

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