Add filter for the output from `get_sample_permalink`
|Reported by:||simonwheatley||Owned by:|
When getting the sample permalink the post_name is not always set in the Post object at this point. The get_sample_permalink gets around this by hacking the post_name into the Post object for the duration of the function, however it is not possible to get this "hacked in" information from the post_type_link filter. I suggest that a filter should be added to the $permalink array (which contains the link and the post name string) and various additional parameters, including the hacked Post object.
The alternative would be to try to detect situations where the data needs to be hacked in, e.g. watching for particular action GET params in an AJAX context, but this seems like a hack too far.