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298           if ( !empty($redirect) )
299                wp_redirect(add_query_arg('_error_nonce', wp_create_nonce('plugin-activation-error_' . $plugin), $redirect)); // we'll override this later if the plugin can be included without fatal error
300           ob_start();
301           @include(WP_PLUGIN_DIR . '/' . $plugin);
302           $current[] = $plugin;
303           sort($current);
304           do_action( 'activate_plugin', trim( $plugin) );
305           update_option('active_plugins', $current);
306           do_action( 'activate_' . trim( $plugin ) );
307           do_action( 'activated_plugin', trim( $plugin) );
308           ob_end_clean();
309      }
310
311      return null;
312 }
313
314 /**
315  * Deactivate a single plugin or multiple plugins.
316  *