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02/01/12 06:28:50 (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #18429, comment 22

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    1 I know `mw_newPost` uses `get_default_post_to_edit` to get an auto-draft to work on before calling `wp_insert_post`, but I'm wondering if that's something we really want to copy. Auto-drafts get cleaned out after seven days, but that can leave a significant amount of cruft behind if `wp_insert_post` fails.  
     1I know `mw_newPost` uses `get_default_post_to_edit` to get an auto-draft to work on before calling `wp_insert_post`, but I'm wondering if that's something we really want to copy. Auto-drafts get cleaned out after seven days, but that can leave a significant amount of cruft behind in the meantime if `wp_insert_post` fails.  
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    33I think I'd prefer if we validated everything before calling `wp_insert_post`, and then only performed the saving for sticky, taxonomy terms, post format, custom fields, and enclosures after the call, when the post truly exists.