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Ver bump. Let's call this 2016.1211.

1 parent 86e3579 commit 0967b66ba03ebea1d7471706155b6004265113ca Rad Geek committed Dec 11, 2016
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  1. +3 −3 feedwordpress.php
  2. +29 −3 readme.txt
@@ -3,15 +3,15 @@
Plugin Name: FeedWordPress
Plugin URI:
Description: simple and flexible Atom/RSS syndication for WordPress
-Version: 2016.0614
+Version: 2016.1211
Author: Charles Johnson
Author URI:
License: GPL
* @package FeedWordPress
- * @version 2016.0614
+ * @version 2016.1211
# This uses code derived from:
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
# -- Don't change these unless you know what you're doing...
-define ('FEEDWORDPRESS_VERSION', '2016.0614');
+define ('FEEDWORDPRESS_VERSION', '2016.1211');
if (!defined('FEEDWORDPRESS_BLEG')) :
@@ -3,8 +3,8 @@ Contributors: Charles Johnson
Donate link:
Tags: syndication, aggregation, feed, atom, rss
Requires at least: 3.0
-Tested up to: 4.5.2
-Stable tag: 2016.0420
+Tested up to: 4.7
+Stable tag: 2016.1211
FeedWordPress syndicates content from feeds you choose into your WordPress weblog.
@@ -23,7 +23,6 @@ developed, originally, because I needed a more flexible replacement for
[Planet][] to use at Feminist Blogs, an aggregator site that I used to administer.
-[Feminist Blogs]:
FeedWordPress is designed with flexibility, ease of use, and ease of
configuration in mind. You'll need a working installation of WordPress (version
@@ -94,6 +93,33 @@ outs, see the documentation at the [FeedWordPress project homepage][].
== Changelog ==
+= 2016.1211 =
+* WORDPRESS COMPATIBILITY: Tested with new versions of WordPress up to 4.7.
+* PHP WARNINGS UNDER WP 4.7: Eliminated cause of a PHP warning under WP 4.7
+ "Parameter 1 to FeedWordPressHTTPAuthenticator::set_auth_options expected to be reference"
+ Warnings were due to a change in how http_api_curl hook is sometimes called
+ in WP 4.7; so I changed the signature of the event handling method to avoid
+ the notice. Props to @cogdog, @froomkin, @gwynethllewelyn et al. for flagging
+ the issue and @garymarkfuller for suggesting a preliminary fix to the issue
+ that was fairly similar to the solution I ended up adopting.
+* PHP 7 and PHP Strict Standards compatibility changes: @alexiskulash @daidais
+ and @zoul0813 all sent pull requests through Github to fix some issues from
+ a very old code base that has made its way from PHP 3.x through 5.x to the
+ roll-out of PHP 7. Class methods should now fare better under modern versions
+ of PHP and generate fewer "Deprecated" notices.
+ for magic URL parameters and to execute updates, to do pageload-based automatic
+ updates, etc. Ensures that anything plugins or themes need to do in init to set
+ up custom post types, taxonomies, etc. will be done before the update_feedwordpress
+ updates are attempted. If you saw posts not getting put into the correct custom
+ post type or custom taxonomies or similar problems when performing scheduled updates,
+ but the problem seemed to go away when you manually performed updates through the
+ wp-admin interface, then you might be able to solve those problems with this update.
= 2016.0420 =
* WORDPRESS COMPATIBILITY: Tested with new versions of WordPress up to 4.5.

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