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01/20/2023 10:27:22 PM (17 months ago)
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  • Ticket #28112, comment 32

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    88> All that said, my digging did eventually bring me to the revelation that bulk edit is processed by a loop that hits `wp_insert_post()` so actually the ability to save bulk edit details doesn't require ajax at all and can run on the exact same `save_post` routine that quick edit and meta boxes already use.
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    10 With the comment above, are we sure there is still enough demand for this hook? I'm all for making core more flexible, but also not sure if it's a good idea to introduce hooks just because we can, as they will need to be maintained indefinitely due to WP's backward compatibility promise.
     10With the comment above, and also Helen's note in comment:2:
     11> just want to note (as I probably have elsewhere) that this is one of those times where we'd be better off with a revamp and that any additions to what exists need to be considered ever-more carefully in that light.
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     13are we sure there is still enough demand for this hook? I'm all for making core more flexible, but also not sure if it's a good idea to introduce hooks just because we can, as they will need to be maintained indefinitely due to WP's backward compatibility promise.