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MediaWikiTitleCodec.php
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42  protected $language;
43 
47  protected $genderCache;
48 
52  protected $localInterwikis;
53 
57  protected $interwikiLookup;
58 
67  ) {
68  $this->language = $language;
69  $this->genderCache = $genderCache;
70  $this->localInterwikis = (array)$localInterwikis;
71  $this->interwikiLookup = $interwikiLookup ?:
72  MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getInterwikiLookup();
73  }
74 
84  public function getNamespaceName( $namespace, $text ) {
85  if ( $this->language->needsGenderDistinction() &&
87  ) {
88  // NOTE: we are assuming here that the title text is a user name!
89  $gender = $this->genderCache->getGenderOf( $text, __METHOD__ );
90  $name = $this->language->getGenderNsText( $namespace, $gender );
91  } else {
92  $name = $this->language->getNsText( $namespace );
93  }
94 
95  if ( $name === false ) {
96  throw new InvalidArgumentException( 'Unknown namespace ID: ' . $namespace );
97  }
98 
99  return $name;
100  }
101 
114  public function formatTitle( $namespace, $text, $fragment = '', $interwiki = '' ) {
115  if ( $namespace !== false ) {
116  // Try to get a namespace name, but fallback
117  // to empty string if it doesn't exist
118  try {
119  $nsName = $this->getNamespaceName( $namespace, $text );
120  } catch ( InvalidArgumentException $e ) {
121  $nsName = '';
122  }
123 
124  if ( $namespace !== 0 ) {
125  $text = $nsName . ':' . $text;
126  }
127  }
128 
129  if ( $fragment !== '' ) {
130  $text = $text . '#' . $fragment;
131  }
132 
133  if ( $interwiki !== '' ) {
134  $text = $interwiki . ':' . $text;
135  }
136 
137  $text = str_replace( '_', ' ', $text );
138 
139  return $text;
140  }
141 
152  public function parseTitle( $text, $defaultNamespace ) {
153  // NOTE: this is an ugly cludge that allows this class to share the
154  // code for parsing with the old Title class. The parser code should
155  // be refactored to avoid this.
156  $parts = $this->splitTitleString( $text, $defaultNamespace );
157 
158  // Relative fragment links are not supported by TitleValue
159  if ( $parts['dbkey'] === '' ) {
160  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-empty', $text );
161  }
162 
163  return new TitleValue(
164  $parts['namespace'],
165  $parts['dbkey'],
166  $parts['fragment'],
167  $parts['interwiki']
168  );
169  }
170 
178  public function getText( LinkTarget $title ) {
179  return $this->formatTitle( false, $title->getText(), '' );
180  }
181 
189  public function getPrefixedText( LinkTarget $title ) {
190  return $this->formatTitle(
191  $title->getNamespace(),
192  $title->getText(),
193  '',
194  $title->getInterwiki()
195  );
196  }
197 
204  public function getPrefixedDBkey( LinkTarget $target ) {
205  $key = '';
206  if ( $target->isExternal() ) {
207  $key .= $target->getInterwiki() . ':';
208  }
209  // Try to get a namespace name, but fallback
210  // to empty string if it doesn't exist
211  try {
212  $nsName = $this->getNamespaceName(
213  $target->getNamespace(),
214  $target->getText()
215  );
216  } catch ( InvalidArgumentException $e ) {
217  $nsName = '';
218  }
219 
220  if ( $target->getNamespace() !== 0 ) {
221  $key .= $nsName . ':';
222  }
223 
224  $key .= $target->getText();
225 
226  return strtr( $key, ' ', '_' );
227  }
228 
236  public function getFullText( LinkTarget $title ) {
237  return $this->formatTitle(
238  $title->getNamespace(),
239  $title->getText(),
240  $title->getFragment(),
241  $title->getInterwiki()
242  );
243  }
244 
265  public function splitTitleString( $text, $defaultNamespace = NS_MAIN ) {
266  $dbkey = str_replace( ' ', '_', $text );
267 
268  # Initialisation
269  $parts = [
270  'interwiki' => '',
271  'local_interwiki' => false,
272  'fragment' => '',
273  'namespace' => $defaultNamespace,
274  'dbkey' => $dbkey,
275  'user_case_dbkey' => $dbkey,
276  ];
277 
278  # Strip Unicode bidi override characters.
279  # Sometimes they slip into cut-n-pasted page titles, where the
280  # override chars get included in list displays.
281  $dbkey = preg_replace( '/\xE2\x80[\x8E\x8F\xAA-\xAE]/S', '', $dbkey );
282 
283  # Clean up whitespace
284  # Note: use of the /u option on preg_replace here will cause
285  # input with invalid UTF-8 sequences to be nullified out in PHP 5.2.x,
286  # conveniently disabling them.
287  $dbkey = preg_replace(
288  '/[ _\xA0\x{1680}\x{180E}\x{2000}-\x{200A}\x{2028}\x{2029}\x{202F}\x{205F}\x{3000}]+/u',
289  '_',
290  $dbkey
291  );
292  $dbkey = trim( $dbkey, '_' );
293 
294  if ( strpos( $dbkey, UtfNormal\Constants::UTF8_REPLACEMENT ) !== false ) {
295  # Contained illegal UTF-8 sequences or forbidden Unicode chars.
296  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-utf8', $text );
297  }
298 
299  $parts['dbkey'] = $dbkey;
300 
301  # Initial colon indicates main namespace rather than specified default
302  # but should not create invalid {ns,title} pairs such as {0,Project:Foo}
303  if ( $dbkey !== '' && $dbkey[0] == ':' ) {
304  $parts['namespace'] = NS_MAIN;
305  $dbkey = substr( $dbkey, 1 ); # remove the colon but continue processing
306  $dbkey = trim( $dbkey, '_' ); # remove any subsequent whitespace
307  }
308 
309  if ( $dbkey == '' ) {
310  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-empty', $text );
311  }
312 
313  # Namespace or interwiki prefix
314  $prefixRegexp = "/^(.+?)_*:_*(.*)$/S";
315  do {
316  $m = [];
317  if ( preg_match( $prefixRegexp, $dbkey, $m ) ) {
318  $p = $m[1];
319  $ns = $this->language->getNsIndex( $p );
320  if ( $ns !== false ) {
321  # Ordinary namespace
322  $dbkey = $m[2];
323  $parts['namespace'] = $ns;
324  # For Talk:X pages, check if X has a "namespace" prefix
325  if ( $ns == NS_TALK && preg_match( $prefixRegexp, $dbkey, $x ) ) {
326  if ( $this->language->getNsIndex( $x[1] ) ) {
327  # Disallow Talk:File:x type titles...
328  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-talk-namespace', $text );
329  } elseif ( $this->interwikiLookup->isValidInterwiki( $x[1] ) ) {
330  # Disallow Talk:Interwiki:x type titles...
331  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-talk-namespace', $text );
332  }
333  }
334  } elseif ( $this->interwikiLookup->isValidInterwiki( $p ) ) {
335  # Interwiki link
336  $dbkey = $m[2];
337  $parts['interwiki'] = $this->language->lc( $p );
338 
339  # Redundant interwiki prefix to the local wiki
340  foreach ( $this->localInterwikis as $localIW ) {
341  if ( 0 == strcasecmp( $parts['interwiki'], $localIW ) ) {
342  if ( $dbkey == '' ) {
343  # Empty self-links should point to the Main Page, to ensure
344  # compatibility with cross-wiki transclusions and the like.
345  $mainPage = Title::newMainPage();
346  return [
347  'interwiki' => $mainPage->getInterwiki(),
348  'local_interwiki' => true,
349  'fragment' => $mainPage->getFragment(),
350  'namespace' => $mainPage->getNamespace(),
351  'dbkey' => $mainPage->getDBkey(),
352  'user_case_dbkey' => $mainPage->getUserCaseDBKey()
353  ];
354  }
355  $parts['interwiki'] = '';
356  # local interwikis should behave like initial-colon links
357  $parts['local_interwiki'] = true;
358 
359  # Do another namespace split...
360  continue 2;
361  }
362  }
363 
364  # If there's an initial colon after the interwiki, that also
365  # resets the default namespace
366  if ( $dbkey !== '' && $dbkey[0] == ':' ) {
367  $parts['namespace'] = NS_MAIN;
368  $dbkey = substr( $dbkey, 1 );
369  $dbkey = trim( $dbkey, '_' );
370  }
371  }
372  # If there's no recognized interwiki or namespace,
373  # then let the colon expression be part of the title.
374  }
375  break;
376  } while ( true );
377 
378  $fragment = strstr( $dbkey, '#' );
379  if ( false !== $fragment ) {
380  $parts['fragment'] = str_replace( '_', ' ', substr( $fragment, 1 ) );
381  $dbkey = substr( $dbkey, 0, strlen( $dbkey ) - strlen( $fragment ) );
382  # remove whitespace again: prevents "Foo_bar_#"
383  # becoming "Foo_bar_"
384  $dbkey = preg_replace( '/_*$/', '', $dbkey );
385  }
386 
387  # Reject illegal characters.
388  $rxTc = self::getTitleInvalidRegex();
389  $matches = [];
390  if ( preg_match( $rxTc, $dbkey, $matches ) ) {
391  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-characters', $text, [ $matches[0] ] );
392  }
393 
394  # Pages with "/./" or "/../" appearing in the URLs will often be un-
395  # reachable due to the way web browsers deal with 'relative' URLs.
396  # Also, they conflict with subpage syntax. Forbid them explicitly.
397  if (
398  strpos( $dbkey, '.' ) !== false &&
399  (
400  $dbkey === '.' || $dbkey === '..' ||
401  strpos( $dbkey, './' ) === 0 ||
402  strpos( $dbkey, '../' ) === 0 ||
403  strpos( $dbkey, '/./' ) !== false ||
404  strpos( $dbkey, '/../' ) !== false ||
405  substr( $dbkey, -2 ) == '/.' ||
406  substr( $dbkey, -3 ) == '/..'
407  )
408  ) {
409  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-relative', $text );
410  }
411 
412  # Magic tilde sequences? Nu-uh!
413  if ( strpos( $dbkey, '~~~' ) !== false ) {
414  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-magic-tilde', $text );
415  }
416 
417  # Limit the size of titles to 255 bytes. This is typically the size of the
418  # underlying database field. We make an exception for special pages, which
419  # don't need to be stored in the database, and may edge over 255 bytes due
420  # to subpage syntax for long titles, e.g. [[Special:Block/Long name]]
421  $maxLength = ( $parts['namespace'] != NS_SPECIAL ) ? 255 : 512;
422  if ( strlen( $dbkey ) > $maxLength ) {
423  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-too-long', $text,
424  [ Message::numParam( $maxLength ) ] );
425  }
426 
427  # Normally, all wiki links are forced to have an initial capital letter so [[foo]]
428  # and [[Foo]] point to the same place. Don't force it for interwikis, since the
429  # other site might be case-sensitive.
430  $parts['user_case_dbkey'] = $dbkey;
431  if ( $parts['interwiki'] === '' ) {
432  $dbkey = Title::capitalize( $dbkey, $parts['namespace'] );
433  }
434 
435  # Can't make a link to a namespace alone... "empty" local links can only be
436  # self-links with a fragment identifier.
437  if ( $dbkey == '' && $parts['interwiki'] === '' ) {
438  if ( $parts['namespace'] != NS_MAIN ) {
439  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-empty', $text );
440  }
441  }
442 
443  // Allow IPv6 usernames to start with '::' by canonicalizing IPv6 titles.
444  // IP names are not allowed for accounts, and can only be referring to
445  // edits from the IP. Given '::' abbreviations and caps/lowercaps,
446  // there are numerous ways to present the same IP. Having sp:contribs scan
447  // them all is silly and having some show the edits and others not is
448  // inconsistent. Same for talk/userpages. Keep them normalized instead.
449  if ( $parts['namespace'] == NS_USER || $parts['namespace'] == NS_USER_TALK ) {
450  $dbkey = IP::sanitizeIP( $dbkey );
451  }
452 
453  // Any remaining initial :s are illegal.
454  if ( $dbkey !== '' && ':' == $dbkey[0] ) {
455  throw new MalformedTitleException( 'title-invalid-leading-colon', $text );
456  }
457 
458  # Fill fields
459  $parts['dbkey'] = $dbkey;
460 
461  return $parts;
462  }
463 
473  public static function getTitleInvalidRegex() {
474  static $rxTc = false;
475  if ( !$rxTc ) {
476  # Matching titles will be held as illegal.
477  $rxTc = '/' .
478  # Any character not allowed is forbidden...
479  '[^' . Title::legalChars() . ']' .
480  # URL percent encoding sequences interfere with the ability
481  # to round-trip titles -- you can't link to them consistently.
482  '|%[0-9A-Fa-f]{2}' .
483  # XML/HTML character references produce similar issues.
484  '|&[A-Za-z0-9\x80-\xff]+;' .
485  '|&#[0-9]+;' .
486  '|&#x[0-9A-Fa-f]+;' .
487  '/S';
488  }
489 
490  return $rxTc;
491  }
492 }
MediaWikiTitleCodec\getPrefixedText
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The interwiki component of this LinkTarget.
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A codec for MediaWiki page titles.
Definition: MediaWikiTitleCodec.php:38
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Returns the link in text form, without namespace prefix or fragment.
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Itis important to understand the issues associated with this setup if youwant to write code destined for Wikipedia.It 's often the case that the best algorithm to use for a given taskdepends on whether or not replication is in use. Due to our unabashedWikipedia-centrism, we often just use the replication-friendly version, but if you like, you can use wfGetLB() ->getServerCount() > 1 tocheck to see if replication is in use.===Lag===Lag primarily occurs when large write queries are sent to the master.Writes on the master are executed in parallel, but they are executed inserial when they are replicated to the slaves. The master writes thequery to the binlog when the transaction is committed. The slaves pollthe binlog and start executing the query as soon as it appears. They canservice reads while they are performing a write query, but will not readanything more from the binlog and thus will perform no more writes. 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static newMainPage()
Create a new Title for the Main Page.
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static getTitleInvalidRegex()
Returns a simple regex that will match on characters and sequences invalid in titles.
Definition: MediaWikiTitleCodec.php:473
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Caches user genders when needed to use correct namespace aliases.
Definition: GenderCache.php:31
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Normalizes and splits a title string.
Definition: MediaWikiTitleCodec.php:265
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Whether this LinkTarget has an interwiki component.
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Parses the given text and constructs a TitleValue.
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Unicode normalization routines for working with UTF-8 strings.
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Service interface for looking up Interwiki records.
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