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Ticket #13237: alot.patch

File alot.patch, 7.0 KB (added by johnjamesjacoby, 10 years ago)
  • wp-admin/import/livejournal.php

     
    220220
    221221                        </table>
    222222
    223                         <p><?php _e( "<strong>WARNING:</strong> This can take a really long time if you have a lot of entries in your LiveJournal, or a lot of comments. Ideally, you should only start this process if you can leave your computer alone while it finishes the import." ) ?></p>
     223                        <p><?php _e( "<strong>WARNING:</strong> This can take a really long time if you have alot of entries in your LiveJournal, or alot of comments. Ideally, you should only start this process if you can leave your computer alone while it finishes the import." ) ?></p>
    224224
    225225                        <p class="submit">
    226226                                <input type="submit" class="button" value="<?php esc_attr_e( 'Connect to LiveJournal and Import' ) ?>" />
  • wp-admin/includes/file.php

     
    520520        if ( ! $wp_filesystem || !is_object($wp_filesystem) )
    521521                return new WP_Error('fs_unavailable', __('Could not access filesystem.'));
    522522
    523         // Unzip can use a lot of memory, but not this much hopefully
     523        // Unzip can use alot of memory, but not this much hopefully
    524524        @ini_set('memory_limit', '256M');
    525525
    526526        $needed_dirs = array();
  • wp-admin/install-helper.php

     
    77 *
    88 * These functions are not optimized for speed, but they should only be used
    99 * once in a while, so speed shouldn't be a concern. If it is and you are
    10  * needing to use these functions a lot, you might experience time outs. If you
     10 * needing to use these functions alot, you might experience time outs. If you
    1111 * do, then it is advised to just write the SQL code yourself.
    1212 *
    1313 * You can turn debugging on, by setting $debug to 1 after you include this
  • wp-includes/class-http.php

     
    11131113 * HTTP request method uses HTTP extension to retrieve the url.
    11141114 *
    11151115 * Requires the HTTP extension to be installed. This would be the preferred transport since it can
    1116  * handle a lot of the problems that forces the others to use the HTTP version 1.0. Even if PHP 5.2+
     1116 * handle alot of the problems that forces the others to use the HTTP version 1.0. Even if PHP 5.2+
    11171117 * is being used, it doesn't mean that the HTTP extension will be enabled.
    11181118 *
    11191119 * @package WordPress
  • wp-includes/formatting.php

     
    379379                return '';
    380380        }
    381381
    382         // Don't bother if there are no entities - saves a lot of processing
     382        // Don't bother if there are no entities - saves alot of processing
    383383        if ( strpos( $string, '&' ) === false ) {
    384384                return $string;
    385385        }
  • wp-includes/kses.php

     
    459459/**
    460460 * Callback for wp_kses_split for fixing malformed HTML tags.
    461461 *
    462  * This function does a lot of work. It rejects some very malformed things like
     462 * This function does alot of work. It rejects some very malformed things like
    463463 * <:::>. It returns an empty string, if the element isn't allowed (look ma, no
    464464 * strip_tags()!). Otherwise it splits the tag into an element and an attribute
    465465 * list.
     
    604604/**
    605605 * Builds an attribute list from string containing attributes.
    606606 *
    607  * This function does a lot of work. It parses an attribute list into an array
     607 * This function does alot of work. It parses an attribute list into an array
    608608 * with attribute data, and tries to do the right thing even if it gets weird
    609609 * input. It will add quotes around attribute values that don't have any quotes
    610610 * or apostrophes around them, to make it easier to produce HTML code that will
  • wp-includes/plugin.php

     
    1212 * type are valid.
    1313 *
    1414 * Also see the {@link http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API Plugin API} for
    15  * more information and examples on how to use a lot of these functions.
     15 * more information and examples on how to use alot of these functions.
    1616 *
    1717 * @package WordPress
    1818 * @subpackage Plugin
  • wp-includes/post.php

     
    14371437 *
    14381438 * This function provides an efficient method of finding the amount of post's
    14391439 * type a blog has. Another method is to count the amount of items in
    1440  * get_posts(), but that method has a lot of overhead with doing so. Therefore,
     1440 * get_posts(), but that method has alot of overhead with doing so. Therefore,
    14411441 * when developing for 2.5+, use this function instead.
    14421442 *
    14431443 * The $perm parameter checks for 'readable' value and if the user can read
  • wp-includes/rewrite.php

     
    613613        /**
    614614         * Whether to write every mod_rewrite rule for WordPress.
    615615         *
    616          * This is off by default, turning it on might print a lot of rewrite rules
     616         * This is off by default, turning it on might print alot of rewrite rules
    617617         * to the .htaccess file.
    618618         *
    619619         * @since 2.0.0
     
    14931493                                        //allow URLs like <permalink>/2 for <permalink>/page/2
    14941494                                        $match = $match . '(/[0-9]+)?/?$';
    14951495                                        $query = $index . '?' . $query . '&page=' . $this->preg_index($num_toks + 1);
    1496                                 } else { //not matching a permalink so this is a lot simpler
     1496                                } else { //not matching a permalink so this is alot simpler
    14971497                                        //close the match and finalise the query
    14981498                                        $match .= '?$';
    14991499                                        $query = $index . '?' . $query;
  • wp-includes/taxonomy.php

     
    21062106 *
    21072107 * It should be noted that update_object_term_cache() is very time extensive. It
    21082108 * is advised that the function is not called very often or at least not for a
    2109  * lot of terms that exist in a lot of taxonomies. The amount of time increases
     2109 * lot of terms that exist in alot of taxonomies. The amount of time increases
    21102110 * for each term and it also increases for each taxonomy the term belongs to.
    21112111 *
    21122112 * @package WordPress