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29 final class DuplicateJob extends Job {
37  parent::__construct( 'duplicate', $title, $params );
38  }
46  public static function newFromJob( Job $job ) {
47  $djob = new self( $job->getTitle(), $job->getParams() );
48  $djob->command = $job->getType();
49  $djob->params = is_array( $djob->params ) ? $djob->params : [];
50  $djob->params = [ 'isDuplicate' => true ] + $djob->params;
51  $djob->metadata = $job->metadata;
53  return $djob;
54  }
56  public function run() {
57  return true;
58  }
59 }
Title $title
Definition: Job.php:41
array $params
Array of job parameters.
Definition: Job.php:35
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Definition: injection.txt:35
Class to both describe a background job and handle jobs.
Definition: Job.php:30
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static newFromJob(Job $job)
Get a duplicate no-op version of a job.
Definition: DuplicateJob.php:46
No-op job that does nothing.
Definition: DuplicateJob.php:29
Run the job.
Definition: DuplicateJob.php:56
Represents a title within MediaWiki.
Definition: Title.php:40
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Definition: recompressTracked.php:49
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Definition: hooks.txt:1985
__construct(Title $title, array $params)
Callers should use DuplicateJob::newFromJob() instead.
Definition: DuplicateJob.php:36