MediaWiki  1.28.1
SpecialRecentchangesTest.php
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1 <?php
13 
14  protected function setUp() {
15  parent::setUp();
16  $this->setMwGlobals( 'wgRCWatchCategoryMembership', true );
17  }
18 
22  protected $rc;
23 
25  private function assertConditions( $expected, $requestOptions = null, $message = '' ) {
27  $context->setRequest( new FauxRequest( $requestOptions ) );
28 
29  # setup the rc object
30  $this->rc = new SpecialRecentChanges();
31  $this->rc->setContext( $context );
32  $formOptions = $this->rc->setup( null );
33 
34  # ¬†Filter out rc_timestamp conditions which depends on the test runtime
35  # This condition is not needed as of march 2, 2011 -- hashar
36  # @todo FIXME: Find a way to generate the correct rc_timestamp
37  $queryConditions = array_filter(
38  $this->rc->buildMainQueryConds( $formOptions ),
39  'SpecialRecentchangesTest::filterOutRcTimestampCondition'
40  );
41 
42  $this->assertEquals(
43  $expected,
44  $queryConditions,
45  $message
46  );
47  }
48 
50  private static function filterOutRcTimestampCondition( $var ) {
51  return ( false === strpos( $var, 'rc_timestamp ' ) );
52  }
53 
54  public function testRcNsFilter() {
55  $this->assertConditions(
56  [ # expected
57  'rc_bot' => 0,
58  0 => "rc_type != '6'",
59  1 => "rc_namespace = '0'",
60  ],
61  [
62  'namespace' => NS_MAIN,
63  ],
64  "rc conditions with no options (aka default setting)"
65  );
66  }
67 
68  public function testRcNsFilterInversion() {
69  $this->assertConditions(
70  [ # expected
71  'rc_bot' => 0,
72  0 => "rc_type != '6'",
73  1 => sprintf( "rc_namespace != '%s'", NS_MAIN ),
74  ],
75  [
76  'namespace' => NS_MAIN,
77  'invert' => 1,
78  ],
79  "rc conditions with namespace inverted"
80  );
81  }
82 
87  public function testRcNsFilterAssociation( $ns1, $ns2 ) {
88  $this->assertConditions(
89  [ # expected
90  'rc_bot' => 0,
91  0 => "rc_type != '6'",
92  1 => sprintf( "(rc_namespace = '%s' OR rc_namespace = '%s')", $ns1, $ns2 ),
93  ],
94  [
95  'namespace' => $ns1,
96  'associated' => 1,
97  ],
98  "rc conditions with namespace inverted"
99  );
100  }
101 
106  public function testRcNsFilterAssociationWithInversion( $ns1, $ns2 ) {
107  $this->assertConditions(
108  [ # expected
109  'rc_bot' => 0,
110  0 => "rc_type != '6'",
111  1 => sprintf( "(rc_namespace != '%s' AND rc_namespace != '%s')", $ns1, $ns2 ),
112  ],
113  [
114  'namespace' => $ns1,
115  'associated' => 1,
116  'invert' => 1,
117  ],
118  "rc conditions with namespace inverted"
119  );
120  }
121 
126  public static function provideNamespacesAssociations() {
127  return [ # (NS => Associated_NS)
128  [ NS_MAIN, NS_TALK ],
129  [ NS_TALK, NS_MAIN ],
130  ];
131  }
132 }
static provideNamespacesAssociations()
Provides associated namespaces to test recent changes namespaces association filtering.
Group all the pieces relevant to the context of a request into one instance.
$context
Definition: load.php:50
const NS_MAIN
Definition: Defines.php:56
A special page that lists last changes made to the wiki.
assertConditions($expected, $requestOptions=null, $message= '')
helper to test SpecialRecentchanges::buildMainQueryConds()
static filterOutRcTimestampCondition($var)
return false if condition begin with 'rc_timestamp '
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Definition: injection.txt:35
Test class for SpecialRecentchanges class.
const NS_TALK
Definition: Defines.php:57
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