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entity.api.php is in core/includes. Surely it should be in core/modules/entity?
It seems to have a bunch of probably obsolete hooks in it, like I'm pretty sure hook_entity_info() does not exist any more. It used to be in includes because there was no entity module... anyway yeah.
No, none of those hooks are relevant to the entity module, which might be renamed soon to entity_ui module. All of these are part of Drupal\Core\Entity, and we've left those sort of api.php in core/includes.
So either we leave it, start putting api.php files in core/lib/Drupal/Core/*, or move them to system.module
Ah. I think in the past we've put other ones in the system directory. Isn't there a theme.api.php file there and some others? Alternatively, maybe all of them should be in core/includes, as that is really where the hooks in them are defined, rather than actually in the System module? or in core/lib? ??
All other api.php files live in module folders. Theme.api.php lives in system along with a few others:
Thanks again - committed to 8.x.
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