[wp-hackers] Renamed hooks

Andrew Ozz admin at laptoptips.ca
Mon Feb 11 21:33:30 GMT 2008

There are a few more in tiny_mce_config.php:

do_action('tinymce_before_init') replaced by 
apply_filters('tiny_mce_before_init', $initArray)

do_action('mce_options') is deprecated

apply_filters('mce_browsers', array('msie', 'gecko', 'opera', 'safari')) 
is removed (all these browsers are 100% supported now)

apply_filters('mce_external_plugins', array()) is new

Adam Brown wrote:
> In WP 2.3, several hooks were renamed to have a variable name. For
> example, "publish_post" now  appears in the source as
> "${new_status}_$post->post_type". By request from some WP users, I'm
> updating the WP hooks database [1] to give clearer information about
> these renamings. (As it stands now, the database says that hooks like
> "publish_post" no longer appear in the source, which is misleading;
> that's what you get from a regular expression-driven database.)
> There's one problem. For a handful of hooks that disappeared in 2.3, I
> can't figure out what the new hook is (if any). I need help. I've
> created a Google Spreadsheet [2] that lists all 37 hooks that
> disappeared in 2.3 (in the first column). The second column shows what
> I *think* the new hook is. Note that for a handful, the second column
> is blank. For reference, you can find a list of all the new hooks
> (including all the new variable hooks) that appeared in 2.3 here: [3].
> If anybody can correct or add to that Google Spreadsheet, please let
> me know. I'll update the spreadsheet as I get responses. As soon as
> I've got all the info I need, I'll be able to update the hooks
> database.
> Here are the URLs you'll need:
> [1] WP Hooks database
> http://adambrown.info/p/wp_hooks
> [2] Google spreadsheet
> http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=p_bmzDs47XgbOksdMzKM3OA
> [3] New hooks in 2.3
> http://adambrown.info/p/wp_hooks/version/2.3?new=1
> Thanks in advance.

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