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Timestamp:
04/10/2012 04:09:44 PM (9 years ago)
Author:
ryan
Message:

Pass post_type to clean_post_cache() instead of attempting to fetch a post object since the post may have been deleted.

Props leewillis77
see #19690

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  • trunk/wp-includes/deprecated.php

    r20409 r20423  
    31183118    return $theme_data;
    31193119}
     3120
     3121/**
     3122 * Alias of update_post_cache().
     3123 *
     3124 * @see update_post_cache() Posts and pages are the same, alias is intentional
     3125 *
     3126 * @since 1.5.1
     3127 * @deprecated 3.4.0
     3128 *
     3129 * @param array $pages list of page objects
     3130 */
     3131function update_page_cache( &$pages ) {
     3132    _deprecated_function( __FUNCTION__, 3.4, 'update_post_cache()' );
     3133
     3134    update_post_cache( $pages );
     3135}
     3136
     3137/**
     3138 * Will clean the page in the cache.
     3139 *
     3140 * Clean (read: delete) page from cache that matches $id. Will also clean cache
     3141 * associated with 'all_page_ids' and 'get_pages'.
     3142 *
     3143 * @since 2.0.0
     3144 * @deprecated 3.4.0
     3145 *
     3146 * @uses do_action() Will call the 'clean_page_cache' hook action.
     3147 *
     3148 * @param int $id Page ID to clean
     3149 */
     3150function clean_page_cache( $id ) {
     3151    _deprecated_function( __FUNCTION__, 3.4, 'clean_post_cache()' );
     3152
     3153    clean_post_cache( $id, 'page' );
     3154}
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