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PatrolLog.php
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1 <?php
29 class PatrolLog {
30 
42  public static function record( $rc, $auto = false, User $user = null, $tags = null ) {
43  // Do not log autopatrol actions: T184485
44  if ( $auto ) {
45  return false;
46  }
47 
48  if ( !$rc instanceof RecentChange ) {
49  $rc = RecentChange::newFromId( $rc );
50  if ( !is_object( $rc ) ) {
51  return false;
52  }
53  }
54 
55  if ( !$user ) {
56  global $wgUser;
57  $user = $wgUser;
58  }
59 
60  $action = $auto ? 'autopatrol' : 'patrol';
61 
62  $entry = new ManualLogEntry( 'patrol', $action );
63  $entry->setTarget( $rc->getTitle() );
64  $entry->setParameters( self::buildParams( $rc, $auto ) );
65  $entry->setPerformer( $user );
66  $entry->setTags( $tags );
67  $logid = $entry->insert();
68  if ( !$auto ) {
69  $entry->publish( $logid, 'udp' );
70  }
71 
72  return true;
73  }
74 
82  private static function buildParams( $change, $auto ) {
83  return [
84  '4::curid' => $change->getAttribute( 'rc_this_oldid' ),
85  '5::previd' => $change->getAttribute( 'rc_last_oldid' ),
86  '6::auto' => (int)$auto
87  ];
88  }
89 }
static newFromId( $rcid)
Obtain the recent change with a given rc_id value.
static record( $rc, $auto=false, User $user=null, $tags=null)
Record a log event for a change being patrolled.
Definition: PatrolLog.php:42
static buildParams( $change, $auto)
Prepare log parameters for a patrolled change.
Definition: PatrolLog.php:82
The User object encapsulates all of the user-specific settings (user_id, name, rights, email address, options, last login time).
Definition: User.php:50
this hook is for auditing only or null if authentication failed before getting that far or null if we can t even determine that When $user is not null
Definition: hooks.txt:780
Class containing static functions for working with logs of patrol events.
Definition: PatrolLog.php:29
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Definition: injection.txt:35
return true to allow those checks to and false if checking is done remove or add to the links of a group of changes in EnhancedChangesList Hook subscribers can return false to omit this line from recentchanges use this to change the tables headers change it to an object instance and return false override the list derivative used the name of the old file when set the default code will be skipped true if there is text before this autocomment $auto
Definition: hooks.txt:1473
return true to allow those checks to and false if checking is done & $user
Definition: hooks.txt:1473