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MediaWikiMediaTestCase.php
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1 <?php
5 abstract class MediaWikiMediaTestCase extends MediaWikiTestCase {
6 
8  protected $repo;
10  protected $backend;
12  protected $filePath;
13 
14  protected function setUp() {
15  parent::setUp();
16 
17  $this->filePath = $this->getFilePath();
18  $containers = [ 'data' => $this->filePath ];
19  if ( $this->createsThumbnails() ) {
20  // We need a temp directory for the thumbnails
21  // the container is named 'temp-thumb' because it is the
22  // thumb directory for a repo named "temp".
23  $containers['temp-thumb'] = $this->getNewTempDirectory();
24  }
25 
26  $this->backend = new FSFileBackend( [
27  'name' => 'localtesting',
28  'wikiId' => wfWikiID(),
29  'containerPaths' => $containers,
30  'tmpDirectory' => $this->getNewTempDirectory()
31  ] );
32  $this->repo = new FileRepo( $this->getRepoOptions() );
33  }
34 
38  protected function getRepoOptions() {
39  return [
40  'name' => 'temp',
41  'url' => 'http://localhost/thumbtest',
42  'backend' => $this->backend
43  ];
44  }
45 
52  protected function getFilePath() {
53  return __DIR__ . '/../../data/media/';
54  }
55 
64  protected function createsThumbnails() {
65  return false;
66  }
67 
76  protected function dataFile( $name, $type = null ) {
77  if ( !$type ) {
78  // Autodetect by file extension for the lazy.
79  $magic = MediaWiki\MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getMimeAnalyzer();
80  $parts = explode( $name, '.' );
81  $type = $magic->guessTypesForExtension( $parts[count( $parts ) - 1] );
82  }
83  return new UnregisteredLocalFile( false, $this->repo,
84  "mwstore://localtesting/data/$name", $type );
85  }
86 }
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Returns the global default instance of the top level service locator.
A file object referring to either a standalone local file, or a file in a local repository with no da...
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Definition: hooks.txt:780
wfWikiID()
Get an ASCII string identifying this wiki This is used as a prefix in memcached keys.
dataFile( $name, $type=null)
Utility function: Get a new file object for a file on disk but not actually in db.
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Definition: injection.txt:35
Base class for file repositories.
Definition: FileRepo.php:39
createsThumbnails()
Will the test create thumbnails (and thus do we need to set aside a temporary directory for them...
getNewTempDirectory()
obtains a new temporary directory
Allows to change the fields on the form that will be generated $name
Definition: hooks.txt:271
Class for a file system (FS) based file backend.
getFilePath()
The result of this method will set the file path to use, as well as the protected member $filePath...
Specificly for testing Media handlers.