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Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Ticket #17276, comment 5


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05/01/11 09:28:52 (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #17276, comment 5

    v4 v5  
    11- on "automatically flush rewrite rules" : 
    2 post types do not need to be stored persistently to alleviate the need to visit "Settings" > "Permalinks" after registering a new custom post type - I did a quick test - in wp-includes/post.php I inserted : 
     2post types do not need to be stored persistently to alleviate the need to visit "Settings" > "Permalinks" after registering a new custom post type - I did a quick test - in wp-includes/post.php within the "function register_post_type" I merely dropped (inserted) the following line : 
    33 
    44{{{ 
    5 $wp_rewrite->flush_rules(false); 
     5                $wp_rewrite->flush_rules(false); 
    66}}} 
    77 
    8 between line 1003 and line 1004 - so it now is : 
     8between lines 1003 and 1004 - so it now is : 
    99 
    1010{{{ 
     
    1414}}} 
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    16 i just did this now / without much thought / but that single line there now makes it so that there is no need to visit "Settings" > "Permalinks" after registering a new custom post type - i'm sure some of you who know wordpress inside-out could figure out an even better way to do this - and i SUSPECT something like this for registering taxonomies might be good too (i don't know / i didn't test that yet) 
     16i just did this / without much thought / but that single line there now makes it so that there is no need to visit "Settings" > "Permalinks" after registering a new custom post type - i'm sure some of you who know wordpress inside-out could figure out an even better way to do this - and i SUSPECT something like this for registering taxonomies might be good too (i don't know / i didn't test that yet) 
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