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Changeset 35135


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Timestamp:
10/13/2015 03:15:30 PM (3 years ago)
Author:
DrewAPicture
Message:

Docs: Add a changelog entry mentioning that the number argument now supports -1 (all).

Also fixes the argument description.

-1 support was added in [35114].

See #28631.

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  • trunk/src/wp-includes/class-wp-user-query.php

    r35114 r35135  
    129129     *              for `$orderby` parameter.
    130130     * @since 4.3.0 Added 'has_published_posts' parameter.
    131      * @since 4.4.0 Added 'paged', 'role__in', and 'role__not_in' parameters. 'role' parameter was updated to
    132      *              permit an array or comma-separated list of values.
     131     * @since 4.4.0 Added 'paged', 'role__in', and 'role__not_in' parameters. The 'role' parameter was updated to
     132     *              permit an array or comma-separated list of values. The 'number' parameter was updated to support
     133     *              querying for all users with using -1.
     134     *
    133135     * @access public
    134136     *
     
    176178     *                                             conjunction with pagination. Default 0.
    177179     *     @type int          $number              Number of users to limit the query for. Can be used in
    178      *                                             conjunction with pagination. Value -1 (all) is not supported.
     180     *                                             conjunction with pagination. Value -1 (all) is supported, but
     181     *                                             should be used with caution on larger sites.
    179182     *                                             Default empty (all users).
    180183     *     @type int          $paged               When used with number, defines the page of results to return.
     
    420423
    421424        // limit
    422         if ( isset( $qv['number'] ) && $qv['number'] > 0 ) {
     425        if ( isset( $qv['number'] ) && $qv['number'] ) {
    423426            if ( $qv['offset'] ) {
    424427                $this->query_limit = $wpdb->prepare("LIMIT %d, %d", $qv['offset'], $qv['number']);
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