MediaWiki  1.23.8
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17  public function getOptions() {
18  return $this->options;
19  }
20 }
36  protected $object;
42  protected function setUp() {
43  parent::setUp();
44  $this->object = new FormOptionsExposed();
45  }
50  public function testAddStringOption() {
51  $this->object->add( 'foo', 'string value' );
52  $this->assertEquals(
53  array(
54  'foo' => array(
55  'default' => 'string value',
56  'consumed' => false,
57  'type' => FormOptions::STRING,
58  'value' => null,
59  )
60  ),
61  $this->object->getOptions()
62  );
63  }
68  public function testAddIntegers() {
69  $this->object->add( 'one', 1 );
70  $this->object->add( 'negone', -1 );
71  $this->assertEquals(
72  array(
73  'negone' => array(
74  'default' => -1,
75  'value' => null,
76  'consumed' => false,
77  'type' => FormOptions::INT,
78  ),
79  'one' => array(
80  'default' => 1,
81  'value' => null,
82  'consumed' => false,
83  'type' => FormOptions::INT,
84  )
85  ),
86  $this->object->getOptions()
87  );
88  }
89 }
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Definition: globals.txt:25
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Definition: skin.txt:62
A new fresh and empty FormOptions object to test initialization with.
Definition: FormOptionsInitializationTest.php:41
@covers FormOptionsExposed::add
Definition: FormOptionsInitializationTest.php:67
Definition: FormOptionsInitializationTest.php:17
Test class for FormOptions initialization Ensure the FormOptions::add() does what we want it to do.
Definition: FormOptionsInitializationTest.php:32
Definition: MediaWikiTestCase.php:6
the array() calling protocol came about after MediaWiki 1.4rc1.
List of Api Query prop modules.
FormOptions $object
Definition: FormOptionsInitializationTest.php:35
Map of known option names to information about them.
Definition: FormOptions.php:67
const STRING
String type, maps guessType() to WebRequest::getText()
Definition: FormOptions.php:43
This file host two test case classes for the MediaWiki FormOptions class:
Definition: FormOptionsInitializationTest.php:16
const INT
Integer type, maps guessType() to WebRequest::getInt()
Definition: FormOptions.php:45
@covers FormOptionsExposed::add
Definition: FormOptionsInitializationTest.php:49
Helper class to keep track of options when mixing links and form elements.
Definition: FormOptions.php:35