Due to a recent update of Drupal core, I'm getting the following error:
Notice: Undefined index: taxonomy_term in taxonomy_field_formatter_view() (line 1601 of taxonomy.module)
Now, this is caused because the core taxonomy hook
taxonomy_field_formatter_view() has an argument called
$items that expects an array of values that have two elements:
tid, a numeric value, and
taxonomy_term which is the taxonomy term object.
In the case of my code, each array in
$items is missing the
Now a simple fix would be to hack core and simply set
$item['taxonomy_term'] = taxonomy_term_load($item['tid']) if it doesn't already exist. But of course, hacking core is a no-no so I'm trying to find a way to catch the $items argument for
taxonomy_field_formatter_view() before it is passed to this hook.
What's the approach here? Would defining
hook_field_formatter_view() in a custom module and fixing the
$items argument work? Presumably not because the core hook is going to fall over first, so I'll need to modify it before it's passed into these hooks?