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Use of undefined constant key_infscr_viewed_options #82

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onemanonelaptop opened this Issue · 5 comments

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@onemanonelaptop

When using the wordpress plugin the following notice appears

Notice: Use of undefined constant key_infscr_viewed_options - assumed 'key_infscr_viewed_options' in /public_html/wp-content/plugins/infinite-scroll/wp_infinite_scroll.php on line 60

Just needs defining at the top.

@onemanonelaptop

Also throws around 8-10 notices of
Notice: add_option was called with an argument that is deprecated since version 2.3 with no alternative available. in

@samcleaver

Thanks for reporting :) I'm working on another major release of the plugin that should support theme presets for the selectors, behavior selection (choosing manual loading or automatic etc) and generally a massive tidy up. I'm getting rid of those definitions completely (not really sure why they were there in the first place) and I'll look into an alternative to add_option.
If I'm able to release a beta version of this on the weekend, would you be able to help test? :)

@samcleaver samcleaver was assigned
@onemanonelaptop

Cool... Wordpress has the new settings API that is pretty sweet for options pages.
I'm doing QA on a number of plugins for the next couple of weeks and while i'm in the mindset i'd be happy to test anything,

@samcleaver

Awesome, if you're still up for it, I've just finished a new version of the plugin, it should be fairly stable but then again I've only tested on my local test install. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/infinite-scroll.2.0b.110822RC1.zip

@67726e

Given the rewrite which no longer even has the file in question, and the advanced age, moving to close.

@67726e 67726e closed this
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