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SideBarTest.php
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1 <?php
2 
7 
12  private $skin;
14  private $messages;
15 
17  private function initMessagesHref() {
18  # List of default messages for the sidebar. The sidebar doesn't care at
19  # all whether they are full URLs, interwiki links or local titles.
20  $URL_messages = [
21  'mainpage',
22  'portal-url',
23  'currentevents-url',
24  'recentchanges-url',
25  'randompage-url',
26  'helppage',
27  ];
28 
29  # We're assuming that isValidURI works as advertised: it's also
30  # tested separately, in tests/phpunit/includes/HttpTest.php.
31  foreach ( $URL_messages as $m ) {
32  $titleName = MessageCache::singleton()->get( $m );
33  if ( Http::isValidURI( $titleName ) ) {
34  $this->messages[$m]['href'] = $titleName;
35  } else {
36  $title = Title::newFromText( $titleName );
37  $this->messages[$m]['href'] = $title->getLocalURL();
38  }
39  }
40  }
41 
42  protected function setUp() {
43  parent::setUp();
44  $this->initMessagesHref();
45  $this->skin = new SkinTemplate();
46  $this->skin->getContext()->setLanguage( Language::factory( 'en' ) );
47  }
48 
56  private function assertSideBar( $expected, $text, $message = '' ) {
57  $bar = [];
58  $this->skin->addToSidebarPlain( $bar, $text );
59  $this->assertEquals( $expected, $bar, $message );
60  }
61 
65  public function testSidebarWithOnlyTwoTitles() {
66  $this->assertSideBar(
67  [
68  'Title1' => [],
69  'Title2' => [],
70  ],
71  '* Title1
72 * Title2
73 '
74  );
75  }
76 
80  public function testExpandMessages() {
81  $this->assertSideBar(
82  [ 'Title' => [
83  [
84  'text' => 'Help',
85  'href' => $this->messages['helppage']['href'],
86  'id' => 'n-help',
87  'active' => null
88  ]
89  ] ],
90  '* Title
91 ** helppage|help
92 '
93  );
94  }
95 
100  $this->setMwGlobals( [
101  'wgNoFollowLinks' => true,
102  'wgNoFollowDomainExceptions' => [],
103  'wgNoFollowNsExceptions' => [],
104  ] );
105  $this->assertSideBar(
106  [ 'Title' => [
107  # ** https://www.mediawiki.org/| Home
108  [
109  'text' => 'Home',
110  'href' => 'https://www.mediawiki.org/',
111  'id' => 'n-Home',
112  'active' => null,
113  'rel' => 'nofollow',
114  ],
115  # ** http://valid.no.desc.org/
116  # ... skipped since it is missing a pipe with a description
117  ] ],
118  '* Title
119 ** https://www.mediawiki.org/| Home
120 ** http://valid.no.desc.org/
121 '
122  );
123  }
124 
130  public function testTrickyPipe() {
131  $this->assertSideBar(
132  [ 'Title' => [
133  # The first 2 are skipped
134  # Doesn't really test the url properly
135  # because it will vary with $wgArticlePath et al.
136  # ** Baz|Fred
137  [
138  'text' => 'Fred',
139  'href' => Title::newFromText( 'Baz' )->getLocalURL(),
140  'id' => 'n-Fred',
141  'active' => null,
142  ],
143  [
144  'text' => 'title-to-display',
145  'href' => Title::newFromText( 'page-to-go-to' )->getLocalURL(),
146  'id' => 'n-title-to-display',
147  'active' => null,
148  ],
149  ] ],
150  '* Title
151 ** {{PAGENAME|Foo}}
152 ** Bar
153 ** Baz|Fred
154 ** {{PLURAL:1|page-to-go-to{{int:pipe-separator/en}}title-to-display|branch not taken}}
155 '
156  );
157  }
158 
159  #### Attributes for external links ##########################
160  private function getAttribs() {
161  # Sidebar text we will use everytime
162  $text = '* Title
163 ** https://www.mediawiki.org/| Home';
164 
165  $bar = [];
166  $this->skin->addToSidebarPlain( $bar, $text );
167 
168  return $bar['Title'][0];
169  }
170 
176  $this->setMwGlobals( [
177  'wgNoFollowLinks' => true,
178  'wgNoFollowDomainExceptions' => [],
179  'wgNoFollowNsExceptions' => [],
180  'wgExternalLinkTarget' => false,
181  ] );
182  $attribs = $this->getAttribs();
183 
184  $this->assertArrayHasKey( 'rel', $attribs );
185  $this->assertEquals( 'nofollow', $attribs['rel'] );
186 
187  $this->assertArrayNotHasKey( 'target', $attribs );
188  }
189 
194  public function testRespectWgnofollowlinks() {
195  $this->setMwGlobals( 'wgNoFollowLinks', false );
196 
197  $attribs = $this->getAttribs();
198  $this->assertArrayNotHasKey( 'rel', $attribs,
199  'External URL in sidebar do not have rel=nofollow when $wgNoFollowLinks = false'
200  );
201  }
202 
208  public function testRespectExternallinktarget( $externalLinkTarget ) {
209  $this->setMwGlobals( 'wgExternalLinkTarget', $externalLinkTarget );
210 
211  $attribs = $this->getAttribs();
212  $this->assertArrayHasKey( 'target', $attribs );
213  $this->assertEquals( $attribs['target'], $externalLinkTarget );
214  }
215 
216  public static function dataRespectExternallinktarget() {
217  return [
218  [ '_blank' ],
219  [ '_self' ],
220  ];
221  }
222 }
testRespectExternallinktarget( $externalLinkTarget)
Test $wgExternaLinkTarget in sidebar dataRespectExternallinktarget Skin::addToSidebarPlain.
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Internal helper to test the sidebar.
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Base class for template-based skins.
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initMessagesHref()
Build $this->messages array.
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Get the signleton instance of this class.
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