Events Reschedule 06

First version released, here’s the README.

GitHub

Here’s the link to the GitHub repository.

Code example

Reschedule the my_hook hook each 10 minutes until my_option option is truthy and pass a know set of arguments to each called funciton:

tad_reschedule( 'my_hook' )
    ->while( get_option('my_option', false) )
    ->each( 600 )
    ->with_args( array('one', 23, 'foo') ); 

or reschedule the my_hook hook but do not pass any argument to the called functions

tad_reschedule( 'my_hook' )
    ->until( get_option('my_option', false) )
    ->each( 600 )
    ->with_no_args();

Installation

Download the zip file and copy the folder into the WordPress plugin folder.

Composer installation

The plugin is meant to be pulled into a project using Composer:

composer require lucatume/tad-reschedule:~1.0

Usage

Calling the function just with the hook name will be fine and will work as a shorthand for custom time rescheduling not requiring the registration of any cron schedule.

tad_reschedule('my_hook')->each(519);

Using the optional methods to specify parameters allows to set custom condition for the re-scheduling to happen

until

This parameter can be a “truthy” or “falsy” value or a callable; in the second case the function should return a “falsy” or “truthy” value.
If the value returned is “truthy” then the re-scheduling will happen; the condition will default to true making the reschedule hapen every time.

function my_condition(){
    return get_option('my_option', 0) > 1; 
}

tad_reschedule('my_hook)->until( 'my_condition');

or

function my_condition(){
    return get_option('my_option', 0) > 1; 
}

tad_reschedule('my_hook)->until(get_option('my_option', 0) > 1);

each

This methods expects a interval (in seconds) or a callable returning an int value; will default to 600 (ten minutes).

tad_reschedule('my_hook')->each(300);

or

tad_reschedule('my_hook')->each( get_option('my_reschedule_interval'));

or

function my_interval(){
   return 100 + get_option('my_reschedule_interval', 300); 
}

tad_reschedule('my_hook')->each('my_interval');

with_args

This method expects an array of arguments that will be passed to the scheduled action or a callable returnin an array; will default to no arguments.

tad_reschedule('my_hook')->with_args(array(1,2,3);

or

tad_reschedule('my_hook')->each(array(get_option('my_reschedule_args'), 2, 'foo'));

or

function my_reschedule_args(){
   return array(get_option('my_reschedule_args', 'foo'), 2, 3);
}

tad_reschedule('my_hook')->each('my_reschedule_args');

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