Version 3.0 of the To-Do List Plugin has been Released

Posted by on Feb 24, 2012 in News | 7 comments

Version 3.0 of the To-Do List Plugin has had it’s backend almost completely rewritten. It now uses custom post types instead of custom database tables.

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New in version 3.0:

  • Converted rest of the code to classes< and renamed/moved files
  • Converted custom database tables to custom post types
  • Added option to show all items in Widget
  • Added To-Do List menu to Admin Bar (with option to remove in Settings)
  • Moved Help page to the Help Admin Tab
  • Added tabs to Settings page
  • Changed some wording on the Settings page
  • Divided settings into three sections
  • Renamed cleverness-to-do-list-options.php to cleverness-to-do-list-settings.php
  • Fixed master list view
  • Added date picker to deadline field

Version 2.3 beta was never released publicly through the WordPress.org repository, so if you’re upgrading from 2.2.8, check out what was added in 2.3.

7 Comments

  1. (Also, I get Argument #2 and Argument #3 notices as well)

  2. Am getting the same error, so I’m temporarily disabling till we get a fix. Thanks! It’s a very useful plugin.

  3. I just updated this through the plugins section and get this error every time before it loads:

    Warning: array_merge() [function.array-merge]: Argument #1 is not an array in /home/multifac/www/schooldays/School/wp-content/plugins/cleverness-to-do-list/includes/cleverness-to-do-list-loader.class.php on line 22

    When you try to set any of the options, you get the above as well as the below.

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/multifac/www/schooldays/School/wp-content/plugins/cleverness-to-do-list/includes/cleverness-to-do-list-loader.class.php:22) in /home/multifac/www/schooldays/School/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 866

    Thank you!

    • I’m taking a look at this now.

      • Updating through the WP interface just didn’t work. I had to delete it altogether and reinstall with 3.0 as a fresh install. Then it was fine. I had 2.2.8 and I think it was the file name changes that just wouldn’t allow it to be updated!

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