Jay Allen on 24 Apr, 2012 06:23 PM
We've tested none of our plugins with MT 5.x although that
doesn't mean they shouldn't work. However, that's very very little
to go on. At very least, we would need the exact error message and
precise, detailed steps to reproduce the problem in order to
resolve the issue.
Jay Allen on 24 Apr, 2012 08:00 PM
And when you take the plugin out of your plugins directory, everything
works fine? That's an odd issue for a number of reasons. First, it seems
as though you're using YAML::Syck as opposed to YAML::Tiny. Perhaps that's
a new feature of MT5. Secondly, and much more important, NO plugin error
should ever stop MT from working with such a direct request to mt.cgi. MT
bootstraps the load of all plugins and catches all errors so what you may
be seeing is additionally a bug in MT 5.
I'll see what I can do to reproduce the issue but in the meantime, I advise
you to remove Optimizer from your plugins directory until I can look into