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SizeFilterWidget.php
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1 <?php
2 
3 namespace MediaWiki\Widget;
4 
5 use \OOUI\RadioSelectInputWidget;
6 use \OOUI\TextInputWidget;
7 use \OOUI\LabelWidget;
8 
15 class SizeFilterWidget extends \OOUI\Widget {
16 
17  protected $radioselectinput = null;
18  protected $textinput = null;
19 
28  public function __construct( array $config = [] ) {
29  // Configuration initialization
30  $config = array_merge( [
31  'selectMin' => true,
32  'textinput' => [],
33  'radioselectinput' => []
34  ], $config );
35  $config['textinput'] = array_merge( [
36  'type' => 'number'
37  ], $config['textinput'] );
38  $config['radioselectinput'] = array_merge( [ 'options' => [
39  [
40  'data' => 'min',
41  'label' => wfMessage( 'minimum-size' )->text()
42  ],
43  [
44  'data' => 'max',
45  'label' => wfMessage( 'maximum-size' )->text()
46  ]
47  ] ], $config['radioselectinput'] );
48 
49  // Parent constructor
50  parent::__construct( $config );
51 
52  // Properties
53  $this->config = $config;
54  $this->radioselectinput = new RadioSelectInputWidget( $config[ 'radioselectinput'] );
55  $this->textinput = new TextInputWidget( $config[ 'textinput' ] );
56  $this->label = new LabelWidget( [ 'label' => wfMessage( 'pagesize' )->text() ] );
57 
58  // Initialization
59  $this->radioselectinput->setValue( $config[ 'selectMin' ] ? 'min' : 'max' );
60  $this
61  ->addClasses( [ 'mw-widget-sizeFilterWidget' ] )
62  ->appendContent( $this->radioselectinput, $this->textinput, $this->label );
63  }
64 
65  protected function getJavaScriptClassName() {
66  return 'mw.widgets.SizeFilterWidget';
67  }
68 
69  public function getConfig( &$config ) {
70  $config['textinput'] = $this->config['textinput'];
71  $config['radioselectinput'] = $this->config['radioselectinput'];
72  $config['selectMin'] = $this->config['selectMin'];
73  return parent::getConfig( $config );
74  }
75 }
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RadioSelectInputWidget and a TextInputWidget to set minimum or maximum byte size. ...