MediaWiki  1.33.0
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12  private $handler;
14  protected function setUp() {
15  parent::setUp();
17  $this->handler = new FileContentHandler();
18  }
20  public function testIndexMapping() {
21  $mockEngine = $this->createMock( SearchEngine::class );
23  $mockEngine->expects( $this->atLeastOnce() )
24  ->method( 'makeSearchFieldMapping' )
25  ->willReturnCallback( function ( $name, $type ) {
26  $mockField =
27  $this->getMockBuilder( SearchIndexFieldDefinition::class )
28  ->setMethods( [ 'getMapping' ] )
29  ->setConstructorArgs( [ $name, $type ] )
30  ->getMock();
31  return $mockField;
32  } );
34  $map = $this->handler->getFieldsForSearchIndex( $mockEngine );
35  $expect = [
36  'file_media_type' => 1,
37  'file_mime' => 1,
38  'file_size' => 1,
39  'file_width' => 1,
40  'file_height' => 1,
41  'file_bits' => 1,
42  'file_resolution' => 1,
43  'file_text' => 1,
44  ];
45  foreach ( $map as $name => $field ) {
46  $this->assertInstanceOf( SearchIndexField::class, $field );
47  $this->assertEquals( $name, $field->getName() );
48  unset( $expect[$name] );
49  }
50  $this->assertEmpty( $expect );
51  }
52 }
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Base class that store and restore the Language objects.
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you have access to all of the normal MediaWiki so you can get a DB use the etc For full docs on the Maintenance class
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