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Timestamp:
08/17/2018 01:50:26 AM (3 years ago)
Author:
pento
Message:

Coding Standards: Upgrade WPCS to 1.0.0

WPCS 1.0.0 includes a bunch of new auto-fixers, which drops the number of coding standards issues across WordPress significantly. Prior to running the auto-fixers, there were 15,312 issues detected. With this commit, we now drop to 4,769 issues.

This change includes three notable additions:

  • Multiline function calls must now put each parameter on a new line.
  • Auto-formatting files is now part of the grunt precommit script.
  • Auto-fixable coding standards issues will now cause Travis failures.

Fixes #44600.

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  • trunk/src/wp-includes/widgets/class-wp-widget-media-image.php

    r42827 r43571  
    2424    public function __construct() {
    2525        parent::__construct(
    26             'media_image', __( 'Image' ), array(
     26            'media_image',
     27            __( 'Image' ),
     28            array(
    2729                'description' => __( 'Displays an image.' ),
    2830                'mime_type'   => 'image',
     
    3133
    3234        $this->l10n = array_merge(
    33             $this->l10n, array(
     35            $this->l10n,
     36            array(
    3437                'no_media_selected'          => __( 'No image selected' ),
    3538                'add_media'                  => _x( 'Add Image', 'label for button in the image widget' ),
     
    174177        $instance = array_merge( wp_list_pluck( $this->get_instance_schema(), 'default' ), $instance );
    175178        $instance = wp_parse_args(
    176             $instance, array(
     179            $instance,
     180            array(
    177181                'size' => 'thumbnail',
    178182            )
     
    271275                    'width'   => $width,
    272276                    'caption' => $caption,
    273                 ), $image
     277                ),
     278                $image
    274279            );
    275280        }
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