After upgrading from WordPress 3.5.2 to 3.6.1, with
define('WP_DEBUG', true); a site of mine's showing warning for some deprecated codes throughout the site. Some of 'em are generated from my codes, and some of 'em are from plugins I'm using.
In some of the messages, the debug process shows me what function to use instead, but in some cases, it's not.
So, it becomes difficult for me to find a new code that replaces the deprecated one.
Note: I'm a Wikipedian, and a Codex editor also.
Suppose, in Codex we can find all the deprecated codes here in this category. Some of them are well cited, with the new codes that replaces the deprecated one, but some of 'em are not, i.e.: this one (as on this revision).
With this scenario, we know that some of the functions are replaced with another functions, while some other functions are replaced by a parameter of another different function. So, it's a bit unpredictable which one can be used instead on this one.
In this scenario, I think we need to find a place where we can sort all the deprecated functions with their new solutions, in a list. If such a thing is not available just now, we can make a separate page in Codex.
I may not clear with the motive of the question, I want a list like below:
+===========================+==============================+ | DEPRECATED CODE | NEW CODE | +===========================+==============================+ | `get_usermeta` | `get_user_meta` | | `register sidebar widget` | `wp_register_sidebar_widget` | | ... | ... | +===========================+==============================+