Source View: wp_set_comment_status

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1022           return false;
1023      do_action('deleted_comment', $comment_id);
1024
1025      $post_id = $comment->comment_post_ID;
1026      if ( $post_id && $comment->comment_approved == 1 )
1027           wp_update_comment_count($post_id);
1028
1029      clean_comment_cache($comment_id);
1030
1031      do_action('wp_set_comment_status', $comment_id, 'delete');
1032      wp_transition_comment_status('delete', $comment->comment_approved, $comment);
1033      return true;
1034 }
1035
1036 /**
1037  * Moves a comment to the Trash
1038  *
1039  * If trash is disabled, comment is permanently deleted.
1040  *
 
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1459                return new WP_Error('db_update_error', __('Could not update comment status'), $wpdb->last_error);
1460           else
1461                return false;
1462      }
1463
1464      clean_comment_cache($comment_id);
1465
1466      $comment = get_comment($comment_id);
1467
1468      do_action('wp_set_comment_status', $comment_id, $comment_status);
1469      wp_transition_comment_status($comment_status, $comment_old->comment_approved, $comment);
1470
1471      wp_update_comment_count($comment->comment_post_ID);
1472
1473      return true;
1474 }
1475
1476 /**
1477  * Updates an existing comment in the database.