Source View: in_plugin_update_message-{$file}

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195           echo '<tr class="plugin-update-tr"><td colspan="' . $wp_list_table->get_column_count() . '" class="plugin-update colspanchange"><div class="update-message">';
196
197           if ( ! current_user_can('update_plugins') )
198                printf( __('There is a new version of %1$s available. <a href="%2$s" class="thickbox" title="%3$s">View version %4$s details</a>.'), $plugin_name, esc_url($details_url), esc_attr($plugin_name), $r->new_version );
199           else if ( empty($r->package) )
200                printf( __('There is a new version of %1$s available. <a href="%2$s" class="thickbox" title="%3$s">View version %4$s details</a>. <em>Automatic update is unavailable for this plugin.</em>'), $plugin_name, esc_url($details_url), esc_attr($plugin_name), $r->new_version );
201           else
202                printf( __('There is a new version of %1$s available. <a href="%2$s" class="thickbox" title="%3$s">View version %4$s details</a> or <a href="%5$s">update now</a>.'), $plugin_name, esc_url($details_url), esc_attr($plugin_name), $r->new_version, wp_nonce_url( self_admin_url('update.php?action=upgrade-plugin&plugin=') . $file, 'upgrade-plugin_' . $file) );
203
204           do_action( "in_plugin_update_message-$file", $plugin_data, $r );
205
206           echo '</div></td></tr>';
207      }
208 }
209
210 function wp_update_plugin($plugin, $feedback = '') {
211      if ( !empty($feedback) )
212           add_filter('update_feedback', $feedback);
213