How to use the @wordpress/hooks.currentFilter function in @wordpress/hooks

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github DefinitelyTyped / DefinitelyTyped / types / wordpress__hooks / wordpress__hooks-tests.ts View on Github external
// $ExpectType unknown
hooks.doAction('my-action');
// $ExpectType string
hooks.doAction('my-action', 'foo');

// $ExpectType unknown
hooks.applyFilters('my-filter');
// $ExpectType number
hooks.applyFilters('my-action', 123);
// $ExpectType (string | number)[]
hooks.applyFilters('my-action', [123, '456']);

// $ExpectType string | null
hooks.currentAction();
// $ExpectType string | null
hooks.currentFilter();

// $ExpectType boolean
hooks.doingAction();
// $ExpectType boolean
hooks.doingAction('my-action');
// $ExpectType boolean
hooks.doingFilter();
// $ExpectType boolean
hooks.doingFilter('my-action');

// $ExpectType number
hooks.didAction('my-action');
// $ExpectType number
hooks.didFilter('my-filter');

// $ExpectType HookMap<ActionCallback>