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External libs #2

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szepeviktor opened this Issue Feb 18, 2015 · 12 comments

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szepeviktor commented Feb 18, 2015

Please consider a build script that clones and builds https://github.com/mrclay/minify for plugin releases.

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That way you can leave out external libs from your repo.

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szepeviktor commented Feb 18, 2015

That way you can leave out external libs from your repo.

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hmmm ... Currently this github repo is more or less a mirror of the svn trunk at wordpress.org. If/ when I decide to use Github as master, this would indeed make a lot of sense, so I'll keep this one open for future reference.

thanks Viktor!
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futtta commented Feb 18, 2015

hmmm ... Currently this github repo is more or less a mirror of the svn trunk at wordpress.org. If/ when I decide to use Github as master, this would indeed make a lot of sense, so I'll keep this one open for future reference.

thanks Viktor!
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closing, this does not match my workflow.

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futtta commented Jun 25, 2017

closing, this does not match my workflow.

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OK I see.

[off] Look! I am experimenting with WP performance by a family of plugins called Tiny cache.
They are really tiny plugins: https://github.com/szepeviktor/wordpress-plugin-construction/tree/master/tiny-cache
I would appreciate if you install them and give your opinion.

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szepeviktor commented Jun 25, 2017

OK I see.

[off] Look! I am experimenting with WP performance by a family of plugins called Tiny cache.
They are really tiny plugins: https://github.com/szepeviktor/wordpress-plugin-construction/tree/master/tiny-cache
I would appreciate if you install them and give your opinion.

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@szepeviktor looks very interesting, why not package & distribute those as "autoptimize power-ups"? :-)

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futtta commented Jun 27, 2017

@szepeviktor looks very interesting, why not package & distribute those as "autoptimize power-ups"? :-)

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I am really curious what your experience is.

that might be difficult now; szepeviktor/wordpress-plugin-construction@8d7cf50 ;-)

but don't have a persistent object cache myself i'm afraid, so not the ideal test subject :)

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futtta commented Jun 28, 2017

I am really curious what your experience is.

that might be difficult now; szepeviktor/wordpress-plugin-construction@8d7cf50 ;-)

but don't have a persistent object cache myself i'm afraid, so not the ideal test subject :)

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but don't have a persistent object cache myself i'm afraid, so not the ideal test subject :)

I am sorry. A persistent object cache makes WordPress - and anything else - at least 2-3× faster.

that might be difficult now; szepeviktor/wordpress-plugin-construction@8d7cf50 ;-)

Excuse me. Moved to its own place: https://github.com/szepeviktor/tiny-cache

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szepeviktor commented Jun 28, 2017

but don't have a persistent object cache myself i'm afraid, so not the ideal test subject :)

I am sorry. A persistent object cache makes WordPress - and anything else - at least 2-3× faster.

that might be difficult now; szepeviktor/wordpress-plugin-construction@8d7cf50 ;-)

Excuse me. Moved to its own place: https://github.com/szepeviktor/tiny-cache

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A persistent object cache makes WordPress - and anything else - at least 2-3× faster.

might experiment with it once I'm a new VPS :-)

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futtta commented Jun 28, 2017

A persistent object cache makes WordPress - and anything else - at least 2-3× faster.

might experiment with it once I'm a new VPS :-)

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Some fine hosting providers give you that.
e.g. Hawk Host

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szepeviktor commented Jun 28, 2017

Some fine hosting providers give you that.
e.g. Hawk Host

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