Add folder support for the mu-plugins directory (similar to how /plugins works)
|Reported by:||aaronholbrook||Owned by:|
WordPress only looks for PHP files right inside the mu-plugins directory, and (unlike for normal plugins) not for files in subdirectories. You may want to create a proxy PHP loader file inside the mu-plugins directory:
I propose that we fashion the /mu-plugins to act in a similar fashion to the /plugins folder which looks for plugins either by themselves or in a folder with a named .php file.