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Timestamp:
01/17/2017 05:17:15 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
rmccue
Message:

REST API: Allow shortcircuiting rest_pre_insert_comment

rest_pre_insert_{post_type} allows returning a WP_Error from the filter to shortcircuit actually creating the object, so it makes sense to do so for comments too.

Props dspilka.
Fixes #39578.

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  • trunk/src/wp-includes/rest-api/endpoints/class-wp-rest-comments-controller.php

    r39671 r39922  
    553553         *
    554554         * Allows modification of the comment right before it is inserted via wp_insert_comment().
     555         * Returning a WP_Error value from the filter will shortcircuit insertion and allow
     556         * skipping further processing.
    555557         *
    556558         * @since 4.7.0
    557          *
    558          * @param array           $prepared_comment The prepared comment data for wp_insert_comment().
     559         * @since 4.8.0 $prepared_comment can now be a WP_Error to shortcircuit insertion.
     560         *
     561         * @param array|WP_Error  $prepared_comment The prepared comment data for wp_insert_comment().
    559562         * @param WP_REST_Request $request          Request used to insert the comment.
    560563         */
    561564        $prepared_comment = apply_filters( 'rest_pre_insert_comment', $prepared_comment, $request );
     565        if ( is_wp_error( $prepared_comment ) ) {
     566            return $prepared_comment;
     567        }
    562568
    563569        $comment_id = wp_insert_comment( wp_filter_comment( wp_slash( (array) $prepared_comment ) ) );
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