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=== Debug Bar Query Tracer === Contributors: inxilpro Donate link: Tags: debug bar, performance, backtrace, wpdb Requires at least: 3.2 Tested up to: 3.2 Stable tag: 0.1.2 A Debug Bar plugin that lets you trace what plugins are causing database queries. == Description == The Debug Bar Query Tracer plugin backtraces all calls to `WPDB::query()` and determines: * which plugin caused that database query (it ignores all queries that are a part of normal Wordpress activity), and * the function chain that led to that query. It then displays that information on an additional panel in the [Debug Bar](http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/debug-bar/) plugin (which is required). == Installation == 1. Install the [Debug Bar](http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/debug-bar/) plugin 2. Activate the Debug Bar plugin 3. Install the Query Tracer plugin 4. Activate the Query Tracer plugin == Frequently Asked Questions == Feel free to ask questions [on my website](http://cmorrell.com/open-source/wordpress-plugins/debug-bar-query-tracer) and I will update this section with any frequent questions. == Screenshots == 1. The Query Tracer Panel == Changelog == = 0.1 = * Initial release = 0.1.1 = * Made sure everything is ready for internationalization = 0.1.2 = * Bugfixes * Added better handling for instances where not queries were caused by plugins