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wordpress-mode

Minor mode for editing WordPress files with Emacs.

Installation

Note: wordpress-mode uses ido for all of it's jump functions, ido is included by default in emacs 22 and above.

  1. git clone https://github.com/danlamanna/wordpress-mode.git

  2. Add to load path, using something like this (differs on path):

    (add-to-list 'load-path (expand-file-name "~/.emacs.d/wordpress-mode/wordpress-mode.el")) (require 'wordpress-mode)

  3. Ensure wordpress-mode is called in the right place, I use php-mode-hook

    (add-hook 'php-mode-hook '(lambda() (if (wp/exists) (wordpress-mode))))

Usage

Quick Navigation
C-c w t opens ido with the template files in your WP installations active template.
C-c w p opens ido with the files in your plugin path.
C-c w m opens ido with the files in your must use plugin path, if one exists.
C-c w c opens the wp-config.php from your installation.

Utilities
C-c w d prompts you to select a theme that exists in WordPress to duplicate.
C-c w r prompts you for a new password for the user with an ID of 1.
C-c w s opens an inferior MySQL process in a buffer logged in with the credentials defined in wp-config.php

Tramp Compatibility

  • WordPress mode will run PHP commands across the remote host if editing a file via Tramp.
  • WP/MySQL will work, but requires mysql-client be installed on the client machine.
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