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578            *
579            * @since 2.3.0
580            *
581            * @param string $plugin_file Path to the plugin file, relative to the plugins directory.
582            * @param array  $plugin_data An array of plugin data.
583            * @param string $status      Status of the plugin. Defaults are 'All', 'Active',
584            *                            'Inactive', 'Recently Activated', 'Upgrade', 'Must-Use',
585            *                            'Drop-ins', 'Search'.
586            */
587           do_action( 'after_plugin_row', $plugin_file, $plugin_data, $status );
589           /**
590            * Fires after each specific row in the Plugins list table.
591            *
592            * The dynamic portion of the hook name, $plugin_file, refers to the path
593            * to the plugin file, relative to the plugins directory.
594            *
595            * @since 2.7.0
596            *