wp_get_auto_update_message() – Determines the appropriate auto-update message to be displayed.

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Description

Determines the appropriate auto-update message to be displayed.

Usage

$string = wp_get_auto_update_message();

Parameters

Returns

string The update message to be shown.

Source

File name: wordpress/wp-admin/includes/update.php
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function wp_get_auto_update_message() {
  $next_update_time = wp_next_scheduled( 'wp_version_check' );

  // Check if the event exists.
  if ( false === $next_update_time ) {
    $message = __( 'Automatic update not scheduled. There may be a problem with WP-Cron.' );
  } else {
    $time_to_next_update = human_time_diff( (int) $next_update_time );

    // See if cron is overdue.
    $overdue = ( time() - $next_update_time ) > 0;

    if ( $overdue ) {
      $message = sprintf(
        /* translators: %s: Duration that WP-Cron has been overdue. */
        __( 'Automatic update overdue by %s. There may be a problem with WP-Cron.' ),
        $time_to_next_update
      );
    } else {
      $message = sprintf(
        /* translators: %s: Time until the next update. */
        __( 'Automatic update scheduled in %s.' ),
        $time_to_next_update
      );
    }
  }

  return $message;
}
 

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