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751                 *
752                 * @param string[] $actions     An array of plugin action links. By default this can include 'activate',
753                 *                              'deactivate', and 'delete'. With Multisite active this can also include
754                 *                              'network_active' and 'network_only' items.
755                 * @param string   $plugin_file Path to the plugin file relative to the plugins directory.
756                 * @param array    $plugin_data An array of plugin data. See `get_plugin_data()`.
757                 * @param string   $context     The plugin context. By default this can include 'all', 'active', 'inactive',
758                 *                              'recently_activated', 'upgrade', 'mustuse', 'dropins', and 'search'.
759                 */
760                $actions = apply_filters( "plugin_action_links_{$plugin_file}", $actions, $plugin_file, $plugin_data, $context );
761
762           }
763
764           $requires_php   = isset( $plugin['requires_php'] ) ? $plugin['requires_php'] : null;
765           $compatible_php = is_php_version_compatible( $requires_php );
766           $class          = $is_active ? 'active' : 'inactive';
767           $checkbox_id    = 'checkbox_' . md5( $plugin_data['Name'] );
768           if ( $restrict_network_active || $restrict_network_only || in_array( $status, array( 'mustuse', 'dropins' ) ) || ! $compatible_php ) {
769                $checkbox = '';