MediaWiki  1.33.0
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29 class EnotifNotifyJob extends Job {
31  parent::__construct( 'enotifNotify', $title, $params );
32  }
34  function run() {
35  $enotif = new EmailNotification();
36  // Get the user from ID (rename safe). Anons are 0, so defer to name.
37  if ( isset( $this->params['editorID'] ) && $this->params['editorID'] ) {
38  $editor = User::newFromId( $this->params['editorID'] );
39  // B/C, only the name might be given.
40  } else {
41  # @todo FIXME: newFromName could return false on a badly configured wiki.
42  $editor = User::newFromName( $this->params['editor'], false );
43  }
44  $enotif->actuallyNotifyOnPageChange(
45  $editor,
46  $this->title,
47  $this->params['timestamp'],
48  $this->params['summary'],
49  $this->params['minorEdit'],
50  $this->params['oldid'],
51  $this->params['watchers'],
52  $this->params['pageStatus']
53  );
55  return true;
56  }
57 }
Run the job.
Definition: EnotifNotifyJob.php:34
static newFromId( $id)
Static factory method for creation from a given user ID.
Definition: User.php:609
Title $title
Definition: Job.php:41
static newFromName( $name, $validate='valid')
Static factory method for creation from username.
Definition: User.php:585
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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Definition: hooks.txt:1290
__construct(Title $title, array $params)
Definition: EnotifNotifyJob.php:30
Definition: parserTests.txt:245
Represents a title within MediaWiki.
Definition: Title.php:40
This module processes the email notifications when the current page is changed.
Definition: EmailNotification.php:48
Job for email notification mails.
Definition: EnotifNotifyJob.php:29