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WordPress aside, if you're looking for a way to see what has changed in a MySQL database in a specific time frame, then binary logs are your most reliable bet. These beasts will record every statement which alters your database in any way, allowing you to replay them (or a subset of them) on another database. They're perfect for audits, replication and ...


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WP-CFM is probably the closest to what you're looking for. Actually, it has been inspired by Drupal's Features module. From the plugin page: WP-CFM lets you copy database configuration to / from the filesystem. Easily deploy configuration changes without needing to copy the entire database. However, as someone who has spent the better part of the past ...


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Failed plugin update? Mistakenly deleted post? Just undo it. Also, painless staging for WordPress (finally!), great backup & team workflows, all powered by Git. Working on this next-gen thing for you, you can get Early Access and support us: http://versionpress.net/ This seems to be something you could use for Version Control, BUT it ...


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Not sure of what u need but.... Maybe your can track the activities by using a Activity log... https://wordpress.org/plugins/aryo-activity-log/ Most of these activities for "insert options/pages/settings via code" happen in the database.. you can use a cron to take a snapshot of the database and the compare the difference...



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