wp_delete_user( int, $user_id ) does not flush post caches
|Reported by:||joehoyle||Owned by:||ryan|
Calling wp_delete_post( 2456, 1 ) does not flush the caches for the re-assigned posts. For example:
// assuming post 123 has an author of 2 $post = get_post( 123 ); wp_delete_user( $post->post_author, 1 ); $post = get_post( 123 ); $post->post_author; // this is "2", should be "1"
This is because clean_post_cache is not called on the reassigned posts (see http://core.trac.wordpress.org/browser/trunk/wp-admin/includes/user.php#L259).
The best way around this I can see is get the post IDs and called wp_update_post() to let code hook in to update stuff where necessary. If performance is an issue (s wp_update_post can be slow), then I think it should at least get all the post IDs and call clean_post_cache on them.
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- Summary changed from wp_delete_post( int, $user_id ) does not flush post caches to wp_delete_user( int, $user_id ) does not flush post caches