In the past few weeks, two minor updates for DebugPress have been released, and both bring some very important new features and changes, and both also fix some issues discovered in the past few weeks.
Changes in these two versions include the following:
For some newer versions of the Dev4Press plugins, DebugPress can detect which SQL queries belong to which plugin, and you can filter SQL queries by the plugin source. In the coming months, the SQL detection will include many more Dev4Press plugins using shared library 4.1 or newer.
The hooks panel improves the way callbacks can be filtered. The debugger activation button is improved, and many JS and PHP-related changes are included. And the Hooks panel, not filtering MU Plugins properly, has been fixed.
The Main Tracker class is improved to now handle deprecated hook errors. And all the deprecated trackers are now saving caller trace and the actual deprecation error. Each error logged via Tracker now runs the action with the full error information (for PHP errors and internal WordPress deprecated and doing it wrong).
Caller trace information saved for most use cases is improved to be more relevant and provide more precise information on where and why the error happened. A few more things have been improved and fixed.