Source View: xmlrpc_wp_insert_post_data

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1208                unset( $post_data['post_format'] );
1209           }
1210
1211           // Handle enclosures
1212           $enclosure = isset( $post_data['enclosure'] ) ? $post_data['enclosure'] : null;
1213           $this->add_enclosure_if_new( $post_ID, $enclosure );
1214
1215           $this->attach_uploads( $post_ID, $post_data['post_content'] );
1216
1217           $post_data = apply_filters( 'xmlrpc_wp_insert_post_data', $post_data, $content_struct );
1218
1219           $post_ID = $update ? wp_update_post( $post_data, true ) : wp_insert_post( $post_data, true );
1220           if ( is_wp_error( $post_ID ) )
1221                return new IXR_Error( 500, $post_ID->get_error_message() );
1222
1223           if ( ! $post_ID )
1224                return new IXR_Error( 401, __( 'Sorry, your entry could not be posted. Something wrong happened.' ) );
1225
1226           return strval( $post_ID );