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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #16215, comment 73


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03/28/13 18:50:55 (13 months ago)
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azaozz
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  • Ticket #16215, comment 73

    initial v1  
    11As far as I can see the above tests fail because they don't expect the extra revision added after saving the post. 
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    3 Moving from `'pre_post_update'` to `'post_updated'` is a big change and there would probably be more bugs and inconsistencies. This also creates a copy of the post when it may not be needed, like publishing from QuickPress and PressThis. 
     3Moving from `'pre_post_update'` to `'post_updated'` is a big change and there would probably be more bugs and inconsistencies. This also creates a copy of the post when it may not be needed, like publishing from QuickPress and PressThis and updating a post programmatically. 
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    55Another inconsistency: for some reason the `guid` for revisions is a permalink (instead of ?p=123 like drafts). That makes all revisions for a post have the same `guid`: 123-revision-v1.