Source View: delete_post

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461
462      if (! wp_delete_post($post_id))
463           die( __('Error in deleting...') );
464
465      $sendback = $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'];
466      if (strstr($sendback, 'post.php')) $sendback = get_settings('siteurl') .'/wp-admin/post.php';
467      $sendback = preg_replace('|[^a-z0-9-~+_.?#=&;,/:]|i', '', $sendback);
468      header ('Location: ' . $sendback);
469      generate_page_rewrite_rules();
470      do_action('delete_post', $post_id);
471      break;
472
473 case 'editcomment':
474      $title = __('Edit Comment');
475      $parent_file = 'edit.php';
476      require_once ('admin-header.php');
477
478      get_currentuserinfo();
479