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Correctly use "installation" instead of "install" in documentation #4541

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johnbillion opened this Issue Dec 2, 2017 · 2 comments

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johnbillion commented Dec 2, 2017

Ref: https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/41620

The word "install" is a verb. The correct word to use when referring to an instance of WordPress is "installation".

There are several places in WP-CLI where "install" is used to refer to an installation.

and most likely other places.

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Thanks for tracking all of these instances down, @johnbillion

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danielbachhuber commented Dec 3, 2017

Thanks for tracking all of these instances down, @johnbillion

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Added PRs for wp-cli, core-command, and find-command respectively.

Made numerous in-code changes on the first, as outlined above, but only readme edits on the latter two as pointed out. However there are code changes doable in the later two as well of a similar nature to those in wp-cli; I can push those changes up too if needed, though the readme only may have been specified for a reason.

The readme for super-admin-command was updated already, yet there are code changes possible similarly to the rest if desired.

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grantpalin commented Dec 6, 2017

Added PRs for wp-cli, core-command, and find-command respectively.

Made numerous in-code changes on the first, as outlined above, but only readme edits on the latter two as pointed out. However there are code changes doable in the later two as well of a similar nature to those in wp-cli; I can push those changes up too if needed, though the readme only may have been specified for a reason.

The readme for super-admin-command was updated already, yet there are code changes possible similarly to the rest if desired.

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