[wp-hackers] pluggable functions
kwight at kwight.ca
Sat Oct 27 20:56:10 UTC 2012
Ah, so hooks are considered preferable because they can use priorities?
(BTW, I mentioned earlier that all pluggable functions are deprecated. So
On 27 October 2012 16:20, Andrew Bartel <andrew.bartel at gmail.com> wrote:
> So that two plugins don't both try to override a function and conflict, for
> example, wp_mail().
> On Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 1:05 PM, Kirk Wight <kwight at kwight.ca> wrote:
> > Does anyone know the reasoning behind Core moving way from the use of
> > pluggable functions (the only remaining ones are all deprecated)?
> > In particular, I'm curious about pluggable functions that are on hooks,
> > I'm starting to see more and more themes in the repo that make everything
> > in functions.php pluggable, whether on a hook or not. Just wondering if
> > there's any risk or downside.
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