Built-in scripts (added in wp-includes/scripts-loader.php) for example this:
$scripts->add( 'jquery-ui-core', '/wp-includes/js/jquery/ui/jquery.ui.core.min.js', array('jquery'), '1.10.3', 1 );
should be printed in footer (last argument: 1) and this works fine when I don’t use AssetsMinify. But when I activate AM I can see them being printed in header. I’ve made some search and found the potential problem. In AssetsMinifyInit.php near line 187 there is a check:
if ( empty($wp_scripts->registered[$handle]->extra) )
and this is ok for scripts being enqueued by user but not built-in scripts I think. I’ve printed out $wp_scripts before that line and I can see that built-in scripts have ‘extra’ attribute set to empty instead they have ‘args’ attribute set to ‘1’. So my conclusion is to modify the above conditional to this:
if ( empty($wp_scripts->registered[$handle]->args) && empty($wp_scripts->registered[$handle]->extra) ).
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