MediaWiki  REL1_31
AjaxResponse.php
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1 <?php
24 
31 class AjaxResponse {
36  private $mCacheDuration;
37 
42  private $mContentType;
43 
48  private $mDisabled;
49 
54  private $mLastModified;
55 
60  private $mResponseCode;
61 
66  private $mVary;
67 
72  private $mText;
73 
77  private $mConfig;
78 
83  function __construct( $text = null, Config $config = null ) {
84  $this->mCacheDuration = null;
85  $this->mVary = null;
86  $this->mConfig = $config ?: MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getMainConfig();
87 
88  $this->mDisabled = false;
89  $this->mText = '';
90  $this->mResponseCode = 200;
91  $this->mLastModified = false;
92  $this->mContentType = 'application/x-wiki';
93 
94  if ( $text ) {
95  $this->addText( $text );
96  }
97  }
98 
103  function setCacheDuration( $duration ) {
104  $this->mCacheDuration = $duration;
105  }
106 
111  function setVary( $vary ) {
112  $this->mVary = $vary;
113  }
114 
119  function setResponseCode( $code ) {
120  $this->mResponseCode = $code;
121  }
122 
127  function setContentType( $type ) {
128  $this->mContentType = $type;
129  }
130 
134  function disable() {
135  $this->mDisabled = true;
136  }
137 
142  function addText( $text ) {
143  if ( !$this->mDisabled && $text ) {
144  $this->mText .= $text;
145  }
146  }
147 
151  function printText() {
152  if ( !$this->mDisabled ) {
154  }
155  }
156 
160  function sendHeaders() {
161  if ( $this->mResponseCode ) {
162  // For back-compat, it is supported that mResponseCode be a string like " 200 OK"
163  // (with leading space and the status message after). Cast response code to an integer
164  // to take advantage of PHP's conversion rules which will turn " 200 OK" into 200.
165  // https://secure.php.net/manual/en/language.types.string.php#language.types.string.conversion
166  $n = intval( trim( $this->mResponseCode ) );
167  HttpStatus::header( $n );
168  }
169 
170  header( "Content-Type: " . $this->mContentType );
171 
172  if ( $this->mLastModified ) {
173  header( "Last-Modified: " . $this->mLastModified );
174  } else {
175  header( "Last-Modified: " . gmdate( "D, d M Y H:i:s" ) . " GMT" );
176  }
177 
178  if ( $this->mCacheDuration ) {
179  # If CDN caches are configured, tell them to cache the response,
180  # and tell the client to always check with the CDN. Otherwise,
181  # tell the client to use a cached copy, without a way to purge it.
182 
183  if ( $this->mConfig->get( 'UseSquid' ) ) {
184  # Expect explicit purge of the proxy cache, but require end user agents
185  # to revalidate against the proxy on each visit.
186  # Surrogate-Control controls our CDN, Cache-Control downstream caches
187 
188  if ( $this->mConfig->get( 'UseESI' ) ) {
189  header( 'Surrogate-Control: max-age=' . $this->mCacheDuration . ', content="ESI/1.0"' );
190  header( 'Cache-Control: s-maxage=0, must-revalidate, max-age=0' );
191  } else {
192  header( 'Cache-Control: s-maxage=' . $this->mCacheDuration . ', must-revalidate, max-age=0' );
193  }
194 
195  } else {
196  # Let the client do the caching. Cache is not purged.
197  header( "Expires: " . gmdate( "D, d M Y H:i:s", time() + $this->mCacheDuration ) . " GMT" );
198  header( "Cache-Control: s-maxage={$this->mCacheDuration}," .
199  "public,max-age={$this->mCacheDuration}" );
200  }
201 
202  } else {
203  # always expired, always modified
204  header( "Expires: Mon, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT" ); // Date in the past
205  header( "Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate" ); // HTTP/1.1
206  header( "Pragma: no-cache" ); // HTTP/1.0
207  }
208 
209  if ( $this->mVary ) {
210  header( "Vary: " . $this->mVary );
211  }
212  }
213 
222  function checkLastModified( $timestamp ) {
224  $fname = 'AjaxResponse::checkLastModified';
225 
226  if ( !$timestamp || $timestamp == '19700101000000' ) {
227  wfDebug( "$fname: CACHE DISABLED, NO TIMESTAMP", 'private' );
228  return false;
229  }
230 
231  if ( !$wgCachePages ) {
232  wfDebug( "$fname: CACHE DISABLED", 'private' );
233  return false;
234  }
235 
236  $timestamp = wfTimestamp( TS_MW, $timestamp );
237  $lastmod = wfTimestamp( TS_RFC2822, max( $timestamp, $wgUser->getTouched(), $wgCacheEpoch ) );
238 
239  if ( !empty( $_SERVER['HTTP_IF_MODIFIED_SINCE'] ) ) {
240  # IE sends sizes after the date like this:
241  # Wed, 20 Aug 2003 06:51:19 GMT; length=5202
242  # this breaks strtotime().
243  $modsince = preg_replace( '/;.*$/', '', $_SERVER["HTTP_IF_MODIFIED_SINCE"] );
244  $modsinceTime = strtotime( $modsince );
245  $ismodsince = wfTimestamp( TS_MW, $modsinceTime ? $modsinceTime : 1 );
246  wfDebug( "$fname: -- client send If-Modified-Since: $modsince", 'private' );
247  wfDebug( "$fname: -- we might send Last-Modified : $lastmod", 'private' );
248 
249  if ( ( $ismodsince >= $timestamp )
250  && $wgUser->validateCache( $ismodsince ) &&
251  $ismodsince >= $wgCacheEpoch
252  ) {
253  ini_set( 'zlib.output_compression', 0 );
254  $this->setResponseCode( 304 );
255  $this->disable();
256  $this->mLastModified = $lastmod;
257 
258  wfDebug( "$fname: CACHED client: $ismodsince ; user: {$wgUser->getTouched()} ; " .
259  "page: $timestamp ; site $wgCacheEpoch", 'private' );
260 
261  return true;
262  } else {
263  wfDebug( "$fname: READY client: $ismodsince ; user: {$wgUser->getTouched()} ; " .
264  "page: $timestamp ; site $wgCacheEpoch", 'private' );
265  $this->mLastModified = $lastmod;
266  }
267  } else {
268  wfDebug( "$fname: client did not send If-Modified-Since header", 'private' );
269  $this->mLastModified = $lastmod;
270  }
271  return false;
272  }
273 
279  function loadFromMemcached( $mckey, $touched ) {
280  if ( !$touched ) {
281  return false;
282  }
283 
284  $mcvalue = ObjectCache::getMainWANInstance()->get( $mckey );
285  if ( $mcvalue ) {
286  # Check to see if the value has been invalidated
287  if ( $touched <= $mcvalue['timestamp'] ) {
288  wfDebug( "Got $mckey from cache" );
289  $this->mText = $mcvalue['value'];
290 
291  return true;
292  } else {
293  wfDebug( "$mckey has expired" );
294  }
295  }
296 
297  return false;
298  }
299 
305  function storeInMemcached( $mckey, $expiry = 86400 ) {
306  ObjectCache::getMainWANInstance()->set( $mckey,
307  [
308  'timestamp' => wfTimestampNow(),
309  'value' => $this->mText
310  ], $expiry
311  );
312 
313  return true;
314  }
315 }
$wgUser
$wgUser
Definition: Setup.php:902
AjaxResponse\$mText
$mText
Content of our HTTP response.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:72
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AjaxResponse\setResponseCode
setResponseCode( $code)
Set the HTTP response code.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:119
wfTimestamp
wfTimestamp( $outputtype=TS_UNIX, $ts=0)
Get a timestamp string in one of various formats.
Definition: GlobalFunctions.php:1980
AjaxResponse\checkLastModified
checkLastModified( $timestamp)
checkLastModified tells the client to use the client-cached response if possible.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:222
AjaxResponse\$mContentType
$mContentType
HTTP header Content-Type.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:42
AjaxResponse\loadFromMemcached
loadFromMemcached( $mckey, $touched)
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:279
AjaxResponse\$mResponseCode
$mResponseCode
HTTP response code.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:60
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AjaxResponse\setContentType
setContentType( $type)
Set the HTTP header Content-Type.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:127
Config
Interface for configuration instances.
Definition: Config.php:28
AjaxResponse\__construct
__construct( $text=null, Config $config=null)
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:83
AjaxResponse\$mConfig
Config $mConfig
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:77
AjaxResponse\$mVary
$mVary
HTTP Vary header.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:66
AjaxResponse\setVary
setVary( $vary)
Set the HTTP Vary header.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:111
AjaxResponse\disable
disable()
Disable output.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:134
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wfTimestampNow
wfTimestampNow()
Convenience function; returns MediaWiki timestamp for the present time.
Definition: GlobalFunctions.php:2009
wfDebug
wfDebug( $text, $dest='all', array $context=[])
Sends a line to the debug log if enabled or, optionally, to a comment in output.
Definition: GlobalFunctions.php:994
AjaxResponse\addText
addText( $text)
Add content to the response.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:142
$fname
if(defined( 'MW_SETUP_CALLBACK')) $fname
Customization point after all loading (constants, functions, classes, DefaultSettings,...
Definition: Setup.php:112
$wgCachePages
$wgCachePages
Allow client-side caching of pages.
Definition: DefaultSettings.php:2546
AjaxResponse\printText
printText()
Output text.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:151
AjaxResponse
Handle responses for Ajax requests (send headers, print content, that sort of thing)
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:31
AjaxResponse\storeInMemcached
storeInMemcached( $mckey, $expiry=86400)
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:305
AjaxResponse\$mLastModified
$mLastModified
Date for the HTTP header Last-modified.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:54
$wgCacheEpoch
$wgCacheEpoch
Set this to current time to invalidate all prior cached pages.
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HttpStatus\header
static header( $code)
Output an HTTP status code header.
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ObjectCache\getMainWANInstance
static getMainWANInstance()
Get the main WAN cache object.
Definition: ObjectCache.php:380
AjaxResponse\setCacheDuration
setCacheDuration( $duration)
Set the number of seconds to get the response cached by a proxy.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:103
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AjaxResponse\sendHeaders
sendHeaders()
Construct the header and output it.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:160
AjaxResponse\$mDisabled
$mDisabled
Disables output.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:48
AjaxResponse\$mCacheDuration
$mCacheDuration
Number of seconds to get the response cached by a proxy.
Definition: AjaxResponse.php:36
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