_copy_image_file() – Copy an existing image file.

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Description

Copy an existing image file.

Usage

$string|false = _copy_image_file( $attachment_id );

Parameters

$attachment_id
( int ) required – Attachment ID.

Returns

string|false New file path on success, false on failure.

Source

File name: wordpress/wp-admin/includes/image.php
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function _copy_image_file( $attachment_id ) {
  $dst_file = get_attached_file( $attachment_id );
  $src_file = $dst_file;

  if ( ! file_exists( $src_file ) ) {
    $src_file = _load_image_to_edit_path( $attachment_id );
  }

  if ( $src_file ) {
    $dst_file = str_replace( wp_basename( $dst_file ), 'copy-' . wp_basename( $dst_file ), $dst_file );
    $dst_file = dirname( $dst_file ) . '/' . wp_unique_filename( dirname( $dst_file ), wp_basename( $dst_file ) );

    /*
		 * The directory containing the original file may no longer
		 * exist when using a replication plugin.
		 */
    wp_mkdir_p( dirname( $dst_file ) );

    if ( ! copy( $src_file, $dst_file ) ) {
      $dst_file = false;
    }
  } else {
    $dst_file = false;
  }

  return $dst_file;
}
 

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