This looks like a good start
Does wpautop still work (insofar as such a thing can be said to “work” anyway)? Inserting/manipulating media files? Links? What about the other TinyMCE plugins loaded from
ClassicPress/src/wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins at develop · ClassicPress/ClassicPress · GitHub<?
I’m doing a bit of cleanup and renaming it to “ClassicPress Editor” before publishing. After I grab a bite, I’ll run through the various features and see what works and doesn’t. Then, when I publish it to the research repo, I’ll provide notes to ensure everyone’s on the same page to start.
No need to test all of those yourself either, but at least leaving the testing of all TinyMCE plugins as an action item would be good.
I’ve created an issue / task list for what is probably most of the remaining work here:
I’m also curious - what is the reasoning behind naming this plugin “ClassicPress Editor”? I would think the ClassicPress Editor is the one that’s already shipped with ClassicPress.
This doesn’t need to work with Enriched Editor, necessarily. It could completely negate the need for it.
I thought the intent was to create the plugin as a research project, hammer out any issues there, and then ship it with core when it was ready. When/if it ships with core, it will be the ClassicPress Editor.
Do any of the CP tests cover the editor?
Wow, while I’m sleeping over here, you are making huge progress! Great work
I’ll be in for testing it when you have something.
It is a proof of concept, tests are a great thing to be added though and if anyone can help there that would be amazing
It is a proof of concept
Yes, but the comments in the referenced WP tickets indicate that there are core tests. I just didn’t know if those tests were added after the fork or not.
Thanks. The PR was already approved. Feel free to give it a go and note any issues you find.
Feedback/issues should be posted to GitHub. Otherwise, this thread’s going to be miles long.
This is great guys. Can’t wait for a version that the rest of the community can test.
The rest of the community is free to test it. It takes a village.
i mean a beta version, or something like that…
anyway, i’ll think about creating an account in GitHub so that i can jump in…
Wow, that’s pretty cool
@Code_Potent - Congratulations for being amazing.
Such a good organization is really motivating. I will convince some friends who use WP for their blogs to make the change to CP.
Also, I will test your plugin and see if I can collaborate with this, got some free time the following days.
As you mentioned, if I find something useful I will open a GitHub issue about it.
You can download the zip file directly from GitHub: