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04/09/10 02:32:46 (7 years ago)
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corischlegel
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update readme.txt

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    1313I like the very simple API to FirePHP and find it very useful for debugging Wordpress plugins and themes.  There are a few other plugins out there that integrate FirePHP, notably [WP-FirePHP] (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-firephp/) and [Wordpress Logger] (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-logger/), but both add complexity that I don't want to have to deal with for a quick debugging task. 
    1414 
    15 It wouldn't be that hard to install the FirePHP core and add the includes to wp-config.php, and that's what I generally do on sites that I control, but having this plugin in the Wrodpress.org/extend directory means that I'll be able to install it on the fly for a blog that someone hasn't given me shell or ftp access to. 
     15It wouldn't be that hard to install the FirePHP core and add the includes to wp-config.php, and that's what I generally do on sites that I control, but having this plugin in the Wordpress.org/extend directory means that I'll be able to install it on the fly for a blog that someone hasn't given me shell or ftp access to. 
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    1717== Installation == 
     
    2727= 0.1 = 
    2828* Alpha release - very simple includes 
     29= 0.2 = 
     30* Included the DBAD License 
     31* Simple WP FirePHP loads first 
     32* credit where credit is due (i.e. mostly not me) 
    2933 
    3034== Plans == 
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