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572            *     @type string   $package      Plugin update package URL.
573            *     @type string[] $icons        An array of plugin icon URLs.
574            *     @type string[] $banners      An array of plugin banner URLs.
575            *     @type string[] $banners_rtl  An array of plugin RTL banner URLs.
576            *     @type string   $requires     The version of WordPress which the plugin requires.
577            *     @type string   $tested       The version of WordPress the plugin is tested against.
578            *     @type string   $requires_php The version of PHP which the plugin requires.
579            * }
580            */
581           do_action( "in_plugin_update_message-{$file}", $plugin_data, $response ); // phpcs:ignore WordPress.NamingConventions.ValidHookName.UseUnderscores
583           echo '</p></div></td></tr>';
584      }
585 }
587 /**
588  * @since 2.9.0
589  *
590  * @return array