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Changeset 27769


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Timestamp:
03/27/2014 02:01:29 AM (6 years ago)
Author:
nacin
Message:

Fix docs for hooks in deactivate_plugins() and activate_plugin(). see #27189, #27188.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php

    r27491 r27769  
    543543        if ( ! $silent ) {
    544544            /**
    545              * Fires before a plugin is activated in activate_plugin() when the $silent parameter is false.
     545             * Fires before a plugin is activated.
     546             *
     547             * If a plugin is silently activated (such as during an update),
     548             * this hook does not fire.
    546549             *
    547550             * @since 2.9.0
     
    554557
    555558            /**
    556              * Fires before a plugin is activated in activate_plugin() when the $silent parameter is false.
    557              *
    558              * The action concatenates the 'activate_' prefix with the $plugin value passed to
    559              * activate_plugin() to create a dynamically-named action.
     559             * Fires as a specific plugin is being deactivated.
     560             *
     561             * This hook is the "deactivation" hook used internally by
     562             * register_deactivation_hook(). The dynamic portion of the
     563             * hook name, $plugin. refers to the plugin basename.
     564             *
     565             * If a plugin is silently activated (such as during an update),
     566             * this hook does not fire.
    560567             *
    561568             * @since 2.0.0
     
    578585        if ( ! $silent ) {
    579586            /**
    580              * Fires after a plugin has been activated in activate_plugin() when the $silent parameter is false.
     587             * Fires after a plugin has been activated.
     588             *
     589             * If a plugin is silently activated (such as during an update),
     590             * this hook does not fire.
    581591             *
    582592             * @since 2.9.0
     
    627637        if ( ! $silent ) {
    628638            /**
    629              * Fires for each plugin being deactivated in deactivate_plugins(), before deactivation
    630              * and when the $silent parameter is false.
     639             * Fires before a plugin is deactivated.
     640             *
     641             * If a plugin is silently deactivated (such as during an update),
     642             * this hook does not fire.
    631643             *
    632644             * @since 2.9.0
     
    658670        if ( ! $silent ) {
    659671            /**
    660              * Fires before a specific plugin is deactivated.
    661              *
    662              * The dynamic portion of the hook name, $plugin. refers to the plugin basename.
    663              *
    664              * The hook only first when the $silent parameter is false.
     672             * Fires as a specific plugin is being deactivated.
     673             *
     674             * This hook is the "deactivation" hook used internally by
     675             * register_deactivation_hook(). The dynamic portion of the
     676             * hook name, $plugin. refers to the plugin basename.
     677             *
     678             * If a plugin is silently deactivated (such as during an update),
     679             * this hook does not fire.
    665680             *
    666681             * @since 2.0.0
     
    672687
    673688            /**
    674              * Fires before a plugin is deactivated.
    675              *
    676              * The hook only fies when the $silent parameter is false.
     689             * Fires after a plugin is deactivated.
     690             *
     691             * If a plugin is silently deactivated (such as during an update),
     692             * this hook does not fire.
    677693             *
    678694             * @since 2.9.0
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