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Timestamp:
05/29/2016 06:12:08 PM (6 years ago)
Author:
djpaul
Message:

Remove redundant @uses PHPDoc tag from inline documentation.

Per WordPress' inline documentation standards, the @uses tag is not recommended to be used to indicate a used-by relationship, as this information can be derived through other means. These tags also are very likely to become out-of-date as our functions change over time.

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  • trunk/src/bp-core/classes/class-bp-core-user.php

    r10749 r10825  
    147147    /**
    148148     * Populate the instantiated class with data based on the User ID provided.
    149      *
    150      * @uses bp_core_get_userurl() Returns the URL with no HTML markup for
    151      *       a user based on their user id.
    152      * @uses bp_core_get_userlink() Returns a HTML formatted link for a
    153      *       user with the user's full name as the link text.
    154      * @uses bp_core_get_user_email() Returns the email address for the
    155      *       user based on user ID.
    156      * @uses bp_get_user_meta() BP function returns the value of passed
    157      *       usermeta name from usermeta table.
    158      * @uses bp_core_fetch_avatar() Returns HTML formatted avatar for a user
    159      * @uses bp_profile_last_updated_date() Returns the last updated date
    160      *       for a user.
    161149     */
    162150    public function populate() {
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