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05/24/2023 10:41:37 PM (12 months ago)
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SergeyBiryukov
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  • Ticket #58317, comment 10

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    77If you'd like, I could scan for WordPress's most called functions and create a ticket for each one with a greater than 0.1% PHP load impact, explaining what went wrong, how we can solve that, and how to prevent the issue in future updates. I'm afraid the biggest problem with WP now is that `wp-settings.php` loads over 200 files, many aren't even used at runtime on most sites (like 47 for REST, and another 10 for sitemaps). Autoloading should become of utmost priority, stat.
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    9 https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/50568 should also still need to be resolved for a 30% PHP performance boost; though, IIRC, in WP 6.2, the term cache handler changed.
     9#50568 should also still need to be resolved for a 30% PHP performance boost; though, IIRC, in WP 6.2, the term cache handler changed.