Plugin_Upgrader::active_after( bool|WP_Error $response, array $plugin )

Turns off maintenance mode after upgrading an active plugin.


Description

Hooked to the ‘upgrader_post_install’ filter by Plugin_Upgrader::upgrade().


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Parameters

$response

(bool|WP_Error) (Required) The installation response after the installation has finished.

$plugin

(array) (Required) Plugin package arguments.


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Return

(bool|WP_Error) The original $response parameter or WP_Error.


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Source

File: wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader.php

	public function active_after( $response, $plugin ) {
		if ( is_wp_error( $response ) ) {
			return $response;
		}

		// Only disable maintenance mode when in cron (background update).
		if ( ! wp_doing_cron() ) {
			return $response;
		}

		$plugin = isset( $plugin['plugin'] ) ? $plugin['plugin'] : '';

		// Only run if plugin is active.
		if ( ! is_plugin_active( $plugin ) ) {
			return $response;
		}

		// Time to remove maintenance mode. Bulk edit handles this separately.
		if ( ! $this->bulk ) {
			$this->maintenance_mode( false );
		}

		return $response;
	}


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Changelog

Changelog
Version Description
5.4.0 Introduced.

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