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HashSiteStore.php
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32 class HashSiteStore implements SiteStore {
33 
37  private $sites = [];
38 
42  public function __construct( $sites = [] ) {
43  $this->saveSites( $sites );
44  }
45 
55  public function saveSite( Site $site ) {
56  $this->sites[$site->getGlobalId()] = $site;
57 
58  return true;
59  }
60 
70  public function saveSites( array $sites ) {
71  foreach ( $sites as $site ) {
72  $this->saveSite( $site );
73  }
74 
75  return true;
76  }
77 
89  public function getSite( $globalId, $source = 'cache' ) {
90  if ( isset( $this->sites[$globalId] ) ) {
91  return $this->sites[$globalId];
92  } else {
93  return null;
94  }
95  }
96 
109  public function getSites( $source = 'cache' ) {
110  return new SiteList( $this->sites );
111  }
112 
118  public function clear() {
119  $this->sites = [];
120 
121  return true;
122  }
123 
124 }
HashSiteStore\getSite
getSite( $globalId, $source='cache')
Returns the site with provided global id, or null if there is no such site.
Definition: HashSiteStore.php:89
array
the array() calling protocol came about after MediaWiki 1.4rc1.
HashSiteStore\__construct
__construct( $sites=[])
Definition: HashSiteStore.php:42
HashSiteStore\saveSite
saveSite(Site $site)
Saves the provided site.
Definition: HashSiteStore.php:55
HashSiteStore\clear
clear()
Deletes all sites from the database.
Definition: HashSiteStore.php:118
HashSiteStore\getSites
getSites( $source='cache')
Returns a list of all sites.
Definition: HashSiteStore.php:109
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SiteStore
Definition: SiteStore.php:29
Site\getGlobalId
getGlobalId()
Returns the global site identifier (ie enwiktionary).
Definition: Site.php:140
SiteList
Definition: SiteList.php:29
HashSiteStore
In-memory SiteStore implementation, storing sites in an associative array.
Definition: HashSiteStore.php:32
Site
Definition: Site.php:29
HashSiteStore\saveSites
saveSites(array $sites)
Saves the provided sites.
Definition: HashSiteStore.php:70
HashSiteStore\$sites
Site[] $sites
Definition: HashSiteStore.php:37
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