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Timestamp:
09/05/2022 05:17:21 PM (21 months ago)
Author:
SergeyBiryukov
Message:

Coding Standards: Use more meaningful variable names for output in the admin.

This renames some variables for clarity, per the Naming Conventions:

Don’t abbreviate variable names unnecessarily; let the code be unambiguous and self-documenting.

  • $out is renamed to $output in various list table methods and admin functions.
  • $sep is renamed to $separator in various list table methods and admin functions.

This affects:

  • WP_Comments_List_Table::handle_row_actions()
  • WP_List_Table::row_actions()
  • WP_Media_List_Table::column_default()
  • WP_MS_Sites_List_Table::site_states()
  • WP_MS_Users_List_Table::column_blogs()
  • WP_Terms_List_Table::column_name()
  • _wp_dashboard_recent_comments_row()
  • image_align_input_fields()
  • image_size_input_fields()
  • wp_doc_link_parse()
  • _post_states()
  • _media_states()

Follow-up to [8653], [8692], [8864], [8910], [8911], [8916], [9103], [9153], [10607], [15491], [17793], [32644], [54070].

Props mukesh27, costdev.
See #56448, #55647.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php

    r54062 r54071  
    439439                ++$i;
    440440
    441                 $sep = ( $i < $action_count ) ? ' | ' : '';
    442 
    443                 echo "<span class='$action'>$link$sep</span>";
     441                $separator = ( $i < $action_count ) ? ' | ' : '';
     442
     443                echo "<span class='$action'>{$link}{$separator}</span>";
    444444            }
    445445
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