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PHP7 compatibility #2

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JMCA2 opened this Issue Nov 7, 2016 · 7 comments

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JMCA2 commented Nov 7, 2016

The plugin doesn't work under PHP 7:

Read here: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/php-7-support-3/

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danieldunderfelt commented Feb 9, 2017

This would be quite important to get working. Everyone on PHP7 basically SOL because there's no other plugin like P3.

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fjarrett commented Feb 9, 2017

Long story short is this is going to require a complete rewrite of P3.

PHP 7 is pretty amazing, but unfortunately it broke backwards compatibility with the way debug_backtrace() has fundamentally worked in the past, which P3 and other profilers rely on to profile the call stack.

As you can imagine, this is going to take a considerable amount of planning, time and help because we'd essentially be throwing away what we have and starting from scratch. Additionally, whatever approach is decided for the profiler engine to work on PHP 7 would still need to be PHP 5.4 compatible as well, at minimum.

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JavierSegoviaCordoba commented Nov 25, 2017

Any update about this?

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xtechgamer735 commented Jan 13, 2018

Its a bit out of order that GoDaddy, one of the biggest hosting companies in the business cant spare a few developers for a few days. Or just delete the plugin.

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inovek commented Feb 3, 2018

Sad, at the current point I could need this plugin a lot.

I'm surprised that there is no warning on the Wordpress Plugin Page (installed and Repository). With such a big incompatibility issue it could become weeks or month until a wordpress-admin would recognizes deprecated or not longer maintained plugins.

So not everything is GoDaddys or the plugin-developers fault. But I would suggest, that they add more hints about this issue on the about-page until it got fixed.

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MACscr commented Mar 10, 2018

yep. pretty disappointed myself. No other plugin exists that i know of that works like this one too.

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inovek commented Mar 10, 2018

Working like this one, is true. P3-Profiler was really helpful zu visualize slow plugins really well. But there are still plugins who do also a good job to find the reason why a WP-Installation runs suddenly so slowly.

I use Query Monitor now, as long it is activated, it shows in the too-bar on each page-load what and how many stuff got loaded and slowed down your page. (Querys from Themes, Plugins, Hooks and so on.)

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