Reports suggest this plugin is broken on WordPress 3.7+. Unfortunately this plugin isn’t currently being updated for a variety of reasons, primarily a lack of time and many more important things to do in life. If you have a new bug report, you may comment below, but I apologise in advance for the likelyhood that it won’t be fixed, or receive a reply.
WordPress.org Plugin Page: Revision Control
** Support for this plugin is NOT offered, This plugin still however works. Please don’t expect support requests to be answered, or “This doesn’t work” reviews to be responded to. **
Revision Control is a plugin for WordPress which gives the user more control over the Revision functionality.
The plugin allows the user to set a site-global setting (Settings -> Revisions) for pages/posts to enable/disable/limit the number of revisions which are saved for the page/post. The user may change this setting on a per-page/post basis from the Revisions Meta box.
The plugin also allows the deletion of specific revisions via the Revisions post metabox.
- PHP 7 compatibility
- Replaced bundled translations to support Language Packs, see https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/revision-control to contribute
- PHP compatability changes (PHP Strict mode warnings)
- Fix the Revision Restore link (Are you sure you want to do this?)
- Bumps the requirement to WordPress 4.0
- Added a no-support note.