Samuele Tognini wrote:
Chris Smith ha scritto:You need to update to devonly release (or a nightly). If you check back through mailing list you'll see a discussion on persistent/volatile metadata either in Nov or Dec. iirc the last message will say when the patch to implement went into the dev version.Yes, i saw it but when i've read Todd's mail i've hoped there was a trick with the stable release. About updating, since i'm releasing a plugin i'd prefer that it's compatible with the stable release.
That's up to you. Your on your own if you are making a work around for something I've already patched to overcome ;)
You may be able to do it as long as your metadata key is unique to your application, but you will need to find a suitable activation mechanism to remove your key. Possibly in the event for page saving.
My syntax plugin uses p_set_metatada to write the value (it was you who give me this tips, do you remember? :) ), and for what i've understand the support for metada rendering in syntax mode is not in the stable release.
Metadata rendering is supported in the stable release - unfortunately its only additive, at least as far as plugins are concerned. . Perhaps you misunderstood my tip or I didn't know fully what you were attempting. :)
basically no. iirc, the mailing list discussion describes the metadata conversion that is used to go from old to new systems. In making the patch (incl. the auto conversion) I attempted to prevent any breakage in existing behaviour. If in doubt, take a look at the code in the dev version. If you think something is broken, post a bug report or submit a patch to correct it.So at this point my stupid question is:When users will upgrade from 2006-11-06 to current devonly, will those already created plugin metadata values be delete in pages that do not contain my plugin instructions anymore using a no-persistent parameter?
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