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12/09/2020 05:21:54 AM (3 months ago)
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dd32
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  • Ticket #51978 – Description

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    11> knutsp
    2 > The 'beta' and 'rc' strings was added to WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE constant. Why was
    3 > 'nightly' not added, too?
     2> The 'beta' and 'rc' strings was added to WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE constant. Why was 'nightly' not added, too?
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    54> dd32 2020-12-09 05:04
    6 > That’s a good question :slightly_smiling_face:  The main reasoning I didn’t think > of even adding it was because if you install a nightly, it stays on nightly
    7 > forever, there’s no need to opt-in through the constant.
    8 > Beta/RC is more complicated as it’s running stable, but augmenting it with
    9 > Beta/RCs.
    10 > https://core.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/49245/trunk/src/wp-includes/update.php > could be added to also allow for development or branch-development for
    11 > nightly/branch nightlies.
    12 > The whitelist for that parameter on the dotorg side is: [ 'beta', 'rc', 'stable', > 'development', 'branch-development' ]
     5> That’s a good question :slightly_smiling_face:  The main reasoning I didn’t think of even adding it was because if you install a nightly, it stays on nightly forever, there’s no need to opt-in through the constant.
     6>
     7> Beta/RC is more complicated as it’s running stable, but augmenting it with Beta/RCs.
     8>
     9> https://core.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/49245/trunk/src/wp-includes/update.php could be added to also allow for development or branch-development for nightly/branch nightlies.
     10>
     11> The whitelist for that parameter on the dotorg side is: [ 'beta', 'rc', 'stable', 'development', 'branch-development' ]
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