WP Roadmap aims to create a detailed view of how WordPress works, by organizing the list of calls by the order in which they are executed
The code currently tracks actions, filters, includes, and requires. WP Roadmap can track the order of these calls from different page views and different versions of WordPress.
Click here to launch WP Roadmap.
4 responses to “WP Roadmap”
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This looks like a really useful tool. One thing though, how can you see which functions are run. For example: In wp-login.php?action=register, I know that wp_new_user_notification is called, but it doesn’t show up on the list, is there any way you can get that sort of thing to show?
Thanks for posting the link Alex. I really haven’t done a good job of trying to publicize the project.
@Epic: There are flaws here and there. Since the code base in WP is so varied in style, it’s hard to ensure that I have a 100% solid map of every call. Reports like your’s are crucial since they allow me to track down variances in coding style and update my code to account for them. Please let me know if you find any other omissions.
[…] like to say thank you to WP Engineer for blogging about the WP Roadmap project. I’ve never done a very good job of publicizing, so getting external links of this sort is […]