@wordpress/deprecated Edit

Deprecation utility for WordPress. Logs a message to notify developers about a deprecated feature.

Installation Installation

Install the module

npm install @wordpress/deprecated --save

This package assumes that your code will run in an ES2015+ environment. If you’re using an environment that has limited or no support for ES2015+ such as lower versions of IE then using core-js or @babel/polyfill will add support for these methods. Learn more about it in Babel docs.

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Hook Hook

The deprecated action is fired with three parameters: the name of the deprecated feature, the options object passed to deprecated, and the message sent to the console.

Example:

import { addAction } from '@wordpress/hooks';

function addDeprecationAlert( message, { version } ) {
    alert( `Deprecation: ${ message }. Version: ${ version }` );    
}

addAction( 'deprecated', 'my-plugin/add-deprecation-alert', addDeprecationAlert );

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API API

# default

Logs a message to notify developers about a deprecated feature.

Usage

import deprecated from '@wordpress/deprecated';

deprecated( 'Eating meat', {
    version: 'the future',
    alternative: 'vegetables',
    plugin: 'the earth',
    hint: 'You may find it beneficial to transition gradually.',
} );

// Logs: 'Eating meat is deprecated and will be removed from the earth in the future. Please use vegetables instead. Note: You may find it beneficial to transition gradually.'

Parameters

  • feature string: Name of the deprecated feature.
  • options ?Object: Personalisation options
  • options.version ?string: Version in which the feature will be removed.
  • options.alternative ?string: Feature to use instead
  • options.plugin ?string: Plugin name if it’s a plugin feature
  • options.link ?string: Link to documentation
  • options.hint ?string: Additional message to help transition away from the deprecated feature.

# logged

Object map tracking messages which have been logged, for use in ensuring a
message is only logged once.

Type

  • Object

Code is Poetry.