Mark zu einem der neuesten upcoming Features für die 2.2er Version:
So the feature I“ve put into WordPress 2.2 is what I call plugin sandboxing. Before a plugin is activated or a plugin is edited, it is tested in a temporary fashion (that is, without being permanently activated). If it passes the test, it is activated for real. If it doesn“t pass the test (it“s throwing a fatal error that would normally take down your WordPress install), it is deactivated, and you get a nice error message telling you what went wrong. If the fatal error was caused because you edited an active plugin, the „Update File“? button changes to „Update File and Attempt to Reactivate,“? so that once you correct your typo, the plugin will go back to being activated, without requiring you to go back and manually activate it.