Mu-plugins don't function if they're entirely contained within their own directory
|Reported by:||johnbillion||Owned by:||somebody|
First of all, apologies if this has been covered already but I can't find anything after searching MU Trac.
If a WPMU-compatible plugin is uploaded into the wp-content/mu-plugins directory and the main plugin file is contained within its own sub directory (eg. myplugin/myplugin.php), then the plugin will not be recognised nor auto-activated.
Background: complex plugins are contained within their own directory for better file organisation, and most (if not all) plugins in the new WordPress.org Plugins Directory are contained within their own directory in order to accomodate the readme.txt file.
It would be ideal if plugins which use such a structure are recognised when they're used as mu-plugins.
WPMU version 1.2.1.
Change History (5)
comment:3 @JeremyVisser — 8 years ago
- Resolution fixed deleted
- Status changed from closed to reopened
comment:4 @JeremyVisser — 8 years ago
- Resolution set to wontfix
- Status changed from reopened to closed