MediaWiki  1.28.1
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1 <?php
27  public function getType() {
28  return 'logentry';
29  }
35  public function doQuery( $db ) {
36  $ids = array_map( 'intval', $this->ids );
38  $queryInfo['conds'] += [ 'log_id' => $ids ];
39  $queryInfo['options'] += [ 'ORDER BY' => 'log_id DESC' ];
41  $queryInfo['tables'],
42  $queryInfo['fields'],
43  $queryInfo['conds'],
44  $queryInfo['join_conds'],
45  $queryInfo['options'],
46  ''
47  );
48  return $db->select(
49  $queryInfo['tables'],
50  $queryInfo['fields'],
51  $queryInfo['conds'],
52  __METHOD__,
53  $queryInfo['options'],
54  $queryInfo['join_conds']
55  );
56  }
58  public function newItem( $row ) {
59  return new ChangeTagsLogItem( $this, $row );
60  }
72  public function updateChangeTagsOnAll( $tagsToAdd, $tagsToRemove, $params,
73  $reason, $user ) {
75  // @codingStandardsIgnoreStart Generic.CodeAnalysis.ForLoopWithTestFunctionCall.NotAllowed
76  for ( $this->reset(); $this->current(); $this->next() ) {
77  // @codingStandardsIgnoreEnd
78  $item = $this->current();
79  $status = ChangeTags::updateTagsWithChecks( $tagsToAdd, $tagsToRemove,
80  null, null, $item->getId(), $params, $reason, $user );
81  // Should only fail on second and subsequent times if the user trips
82  // the rate limiter
83  if ( !$status->isOK() ) {
84  break;
85  }
86  }
88  return $status;
89  }
90 }
Start iteration.
Get the current list item, or false if we are at the end.
Stores a list of taggable log entries.
updateChangeTagsOnAll($tagsToAdd, $tagsToRemove, $params, $reason, $user)
Add/remove change tags from all the log entries in the list.
Generic list for change tagging.
static getSelectQueryData()
Returns array of information that is needed for querying log entries.
Definition: LogEntry.php:170
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Definition: hooks.txt:242
static modifyDisplayQuery(&$tables, &$fields, &$conds, &$join_conds, &$options, $filter_tag=false)
Applies all tags-related changes to a query.
Definition: ChangeTags.php:629
Move the iteration pointer to the next list item, and return it.
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Definition: injection.txt:35
Item class for a logging table row with its associated change tags.
this hook is for auditing only RecentChangesLinked and Watchlist RecentChangesLinked and Watchlist e g Watchlist removed from all revisions and log entries to which it was applied This gives extensions a chance to take it off their books as the deletion has already been partly carried out by this point or something similar the user will be unable to create the tag set $status
Definition: hooks.txt:1046
static updateTagsWithChecks($tagsToAdd, $tagsToRemove, $rc_id, $rev_id, $log_id, $params, $reason, User $user)
Adds and/or removes tags to/from a given change, checking whether it is allowed first, and adding a log entry afterwards.
Definition: ChangeTags.php:526