MediaWiki  1.33.0
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10  public function testIsLoggable() {
11  $httpError = new HttpError( 500, 'server error!' );
12  $this->assertFalse( $httpError->isLoggable(), 'http error is not loggable' );
13  }
15  public function testGetStatusCode() {
16  $httpError = new HttpError( 500, 'server error!' );
17  $this->assertEquals( 500, $httpError->getStatusCode() );
18  }
23  public function testGetHtml( array $expected, $content, $header ) {
24  $httpError = new HttpError( 500, $content, $header );
25  $errorHtml = $httpError->getHTML();
27  foreach ( $expected as $key => $html ) {
28  $this->assertContains( $html, $errorHtml, $key );
29  }
30  }
32  public function getHtmlProvider() {
33  return [
34  [
35  [
36  'head html' => '<head><title>Server Error 123</title></head>',
37  'body html' => '<body><h1>Server Error 123</h1>'
38  . '<p>a server error!</p></body>'
39  ],
40  'a server error!',
41  'Server Error 123'
42  ],
43  [
44  [
45  'head html' => '<head><title>loginerror</title></head>',
46  'body html' => '<body><h1>loginerror</h1>'
47  . '<p>suspicious-userlogout</p></body>'
48  ],
49  new RawMessage( 'suspicious-userlogout' ),
50  new RawMessage( 'loginerror' )
51  ],
52  [
53  [
54  'head html' => '<html><head><title>Internal Server Error</title></head>',
55  'body html' => '<body><h1>Internal Server Error</h1>'
56  . '<p>a server error!</p></body></html>'
57  ],
58  'a server error!',
59  null
60  ]
61  ];
62  }
63 }
Definition: HttpErrorTest.php:8
Show an error that looks like an HTTP server error.
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testGetHtml(array $expected, $content, $header)
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null means default in associative array with keys and values unescaped Should be merged with default with a value of false meaning to suppress the attribute in associative array with keys and values unescaped noclasses just before the function returns a value If you return an< a > element with HTML attributes $attribs and contents $html will be returned If you return $ret will be returned and may include noclasses & $html
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Variant of the Message class.
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