$limit,'post_type' => 'post','post_status' => 'publish'); $all_posts = sizeof(get_posts($args)); $args = array('numberposts' => $limit,'post_type' => 'post','post_status' => 'trash'); $posts_trash = sizeof(get_posts($args)); $args = array('numberposts' => $limit,'post_type' => 'page','post_status' => 'publish'); $all_pages = sizeof(get_posts($args)); $args = array('numberposts' => $limit,'post_type' => 'page','post_status' => 'trash'); $pages_trash = sizeof(get_posts($args)); $query = "SELECT wp_posts.* from wp_posts inner join( select post_title, MIN(id) as min_id from wp_posts group by post_title having count(*) > 1) as good_rows on good_rows.post_title = wp_posts.post_title and good_rows.min_id <> wp_posts.id where 1=1 and wp_posts.post_type ='post' and wp_posts.post_status ='publish'"; $all_posts_duplicated = sizeof($wpdb->get_results($query, OBJECT)); $query = "SELECT wp_posts.* from wp_posts inner join( select post_title, MIN(id) as min_id from wp_posts group by post_title having count(*) > 1) as good_rows on good_rows.post_title = wp_posts.post_title and good_rows.min_id <> wp_posts.id where 1=1 and wp_posts.post_type ='page' and wp_posts.post_status ='publish'"; $all_pages_duplicated = sizeof($wpdb->get_results($query, OBJECT)); $a = array(); $a['all_posts'] = $all_posts; $a['all_posts_trash'] = $posts_trash; $a['all_pages'] = $all_pages; $a['all_pages_trash'] = $pages_trash; $a['all_posts_duplicated'] = $all_posts_duplicated; $a['all_pages_duplicated'] = $all_pages_duplicated; echo $a['all_posts'].','.$a['all_posts_trash'].','.$a['all_pages'].','.$a['all_pages_trash'].','.$a['all_posts_duplicated'].','.$a['all_pages_duplicated'].','; } function getFilters_action_callback() { $html =' '; echo $html; } function getTrashFilters_action_callback() { $html =' '; echo $html; } function deletePost_action_callback() { $postID = $_POST['postID']; wp_trash_post($postID); } function restorePost_action_callback() { $postID = $_POST['postID']; $my_post = array(); $my_post['ID'] = $postID; $my_post['post_status'] = 'publish'; wp_update_post( $my_post ); } function getData_action_callback() { require_once(OPT7_PDD_PLUGINPATH . '/classes/opt7-duplicate-posts-remover-pagination.class.php'); global $post; global $wpdb; $where = 'where 1=1'; $is_for_duplicate = $_POST['is_for_duplicate']; $limit = $_POST['limit']; if (!$limit) $limit=25; $curr_page = $_POST['page']; if (!$curr_page) $curr_page=1; $post_search = $_POST['post_search']; if ($post_search) $where .=" and $wpdb->posts.post_title like '%".$post_search."%'"; $post_type = $_POST['post_type']; if (!$post_type) $post_type='post'; if ($post_type) $where .=" and $wpdb->posts.post_type ='".$post_type."'"; $post_status = $_POST['post_status']; if (!$post_status) $post_status='publish'; if ($post_status) $where .=" and $wpdb->posts.post_status ='".$post_status."'"; if ($is_for_duplicate){ $query = "SELECT $wpdb->posts.* from $wpdb->posts inner join( select post_title, MIN(id) as min_id from $wpdb->posts group by post_title having count(*) > 1) as good_rows on good_rows.post_title = $wpdb->posts.post_title and good_rows.min_id <> $wpdb->posts.id ".$where; } else{ $query ="SELECT $wpdb->posts.* FROM $wpdb->posts ".$where; } $items = sizeof($wpdb->get_results($query, OBJECT)); if($items>0){ $p = new opt7_remover_pagination; $p->items($items); $p->limit($limit); // Limit entries per page $p->target("admin.php?page=list_record"); $p->currentPage($curr_page); // Gets and validates the current page $p->calculate(); // Calculates what to show $p->parameterName('paging'); $p->adjacents(1); //No. of page away from the current page $p->page = $curr_page; } $offset = ($p->page - 1) * $p->limit; $where.=" ORDER BY post_modified DESC LIMIT ".$offset.','.$limit; if ($is_for_duplicate){ $query = "SELECT $wpdb->posts.* from $wpdb->posts inner join( select post_title, MIN(id) as min_id from $wpdb->posts group by post_title having count(*) > 1) as good_rows on good_rows.post_title = $wpdb->posts.post_title and good_rows.min_id <> $wpdb->posts.id ".$where; } else{ $query ="SELECT $wpdb->posts.* FROM $wpdb->posts ".$where; } $items = $wpdb->get_results($query, OBJECT); $html = '
'; if (sizeof($items)>0) $html .= $p->show(); $html .='
'; $html .=''; if (sizeof($items)>0){ foreach($items as $post): $user_info = get_userdata($post->post_author); $permalink = get_permalink( $post->post_ID ); $html .= ""; endforeach; } $html .="
".$post->post_title." ".$user_info->user_firstname." " .$user_info->user_lastname." ".date('m/d/Y', strtotime($post->post_date))." ".date('m/d/Y', strtotime($post->post_modified))." ".$post->post_status." ".$post->post_type." ".$post->comment_count."
"; echo $html; die(); } } ?> Firefox y javascript
Firefox y javascript

Firefox y javascript

Mira el gráfico. Si en verano el motor de Javascript de Firefox era el doble de lento que la competencia más directa, hoy ya podemos decir que se ha puesto al día, incluso superando a Chrome y Safari. Estas mejoras lo han conseguido a través de optimizaciones incrementales en dos projectos paralelos: Jägermonkey y Tracemonkey.

Tracemonkey es un viejo conocido, es el primer compilador al vuelo que introdujeron allá por Firefox 3.5, y en el que pusieron muchas esperanzas. Sin embargo tiene algunas carencias. Mientras el primero solo optimiza bucles, mientras que otros compiladores más genéricos (Nitro/V8) pueden optimizar casi cualquier cosa. Jägermonkey es la aplicación de esas técnicas copiadas de esos motores, activándose cuando Tracemonkey no puede aplicarse.

Si bien en algunos tests aún sigue Firefox por debajo, se puede decir que ya se ha puesto a la altura de la competencia. Firefox 4 será muy rápido, y seguro que el resto de navegadores sigue mejorando con buena marcha. En un escenario en que hay hasta tres excelentes motores de Javascript totalmente de código libre, las optimizaciones que implementen unos acaban llegando a los demás tarde o temprano. Bien por todos.

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