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Timestamp:
01/13/2015 12:50:32 AM (7 years ago)
Author:
DrewAPicture
Message:

Ensure we're using the correct @ignore phpDocumentor tag to mark elements that should be skipped when parsing.

Up to this point, various core elements' DocBlocks incorrectly included an @internal tag as a means for skipping the parsing process. When paired with a description (inline or otherwise), @internal is a valid tag meant to provide internal-only context, but not necessarily to skip parsing the entire element.

See #30987.

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  • trunk/src/wp-includes/script-loader.php

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    833833/**
    834  * @internal use
     834 * Print scripts (internal use only)
     835 *
     836 * @ignore
    835837 */
    836838function _print_scripts() {
     
    9981000
    9991001/**
    1000  * @internal use
     1002 * Print styles (internal use only)
     1003 *
     1004 * @ignore
    10011005 */
    10021006function _print_styles() {
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