Source View: xmlrpc_prepare_post

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672                $enclosures = (array) get_post_meta( $post['ID'], 'enclosure' );
673                if ( ! empty( $enclosures ) ) {
674                     $encdata = explode( "\n", $enclosures[0] );
675                     $_post['enclosure']['url'] = trim( htmlspecialchars( $encdata[0] ) );
676                     $_post['enclosure']['length'] = (int) trim( $encdata[1] );
677                     $_post['enclosure']['type'] = trim( $encdata[2] );
678                }
679           }
680
681           return apply_filters( 'xmlrpc_prepare_post', $_post, $post, $fields );
682      }
683
684      /**
685       * Prepares post data for return in an XML-RPC object.
686       *
687       * @access protected
688       *
689       * @param object $post_type Post type object
690       * @param array $fields The subset of post fields to return