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1 <?php
26 
36  private $status;
37 
38  public function __construct() {
39  parent::__construct( 'ChangeEmail', 'editmyprivateinfo' );
40  }
41 
42  public function doesWrites() {
43  return true;
44  }
45 
49  public function isListed() {
50  return AuthManager::singleton()->allowsPropertyChange( 'emailaddress' );
51  }
52 
57  function execute( $par ) {
58  $this->checkLoginSecurityLevel();
59 
60  $out = $this->getOutput();
61  $out->disallowUserJs();
62 
64  }
65 
66  protected function checkExecutePermissions( User $user ) {
67  if ( !AuthManager::singleton()->allowsPropertyChange( 'emailaddress' ) ) {
68  throw new ErrorPageError( 'changeemail', 'cannotchangeemail' );
69  }
70 
71  $this->requireLogin( 'changeemail-no-info' );
72 
73  // This could also let someone check the current email address, so
74  // require both permissions.
75  if ( !$this->getUser()->isAllowed( 'viewmyprivateinfo' ) ) {
76  throw new PermissionsError( 'viewmyprivateinfo' );
77  }
78 
79  parent::checkExecutePermissions( $user );
80  }
81 
82  protected function getFormFields() {
83  $user = $this->getUser();
84 
85  $fields = [
86  'Name' => [
87  'type' => 'info',
88  'label-message' => 'username',
89  'default' => $user->getName(),
90  ],
91  'OldEmail' => [
92  'type' => 'info',
93  'label-message' => 'changeemail-oldemail',
94  'default' => $user->getEmail() ?: $this->msg( 'changeemail-none' )->text(),
95  ],
96  'NewEmail' => [
97  'type' => 'email',
98  'label-message' => 'changeemail-newemail',
99  'autofocus' => true,
100  'help-message' => 'changeemail-newemail-help',
101  ],
102  ];
103 
104  return $fields;
105  }
106 
107  protected function getDisplayFormat() {
108  return 'ooui';
109  }
110 
111  protected function alterForm( HTMLForm $form ) {
112  $form->setId( 'mw-changeemail-form' );
113  $form->setTableId( 'mw-changeemail-table' );
114  $form->setSubmitTextMsg( 'changeemail-submit' );
115  $form->addHiddenFields( $this->getRequest()->getValues( 'returnto', 'returntoquery' ) );
116 
117  $form->addHeaderText( $this->msg( 'changeemail-header' )->parseAsBlock() );
118  }
119 
120  public function onSubmit( array $data ) {
121  $status = $this->attemptChange( $this->getUser(), $data['NewEmail'] );
122 
123  $this->status = $status;
124 
125  return $status;
126  }
127 
128  public function onSuccess() {
129  $request = $this->getRequest();
130 
131  $returnto = $request->getVal( 'returnto' );
132  $titleObj = $returnto !== null ? Title::newFromText( $returnto ) : null;
133  if ( !$titleObj instanceof Title ) {
134  $titleObj = Title::newMainPage();
135  }
136  $query = $request->getVal( 'returntoquery' );
137 
138  if ( $this->status->value === true ) {
139  $this->getOutput()->redirect( $titleObj->getFullUrlForRedirect( $query ) );
140  } elseif ( $this->status->value === 'eauth' ) {
141  # Notify user that a confirmation email has been sent...
142  $this->getOutput()->wrapWikiMsg( "<div class='error' style='clear: both;'>\n$1\n</div>",
143  'eauthentsent', $this->getUser()->getName() );
144  // just show the link to go back
145  $this->getOutput()->addReturnTo( $titleObj, wfCgiToArray( $query ) );
146  }
147  }
148 
154  private function attemptChange( User $user, $newaddr ) {
155  if ( $newaddr != '' && !Sanitizer::validateEmail( $newaddr ) ) {
156  return Status::newFatal( 'invalidemailaddress' );
157  }
158 
159  if ( $newaddr === $user->getEmail() ) {
160  return Status::newFatal( 'changeemail-nochange' );
161  }
162 
163  $oldaddr = $user->getEmail();
164  $status = $user->setEmailWithConfirmation( $newaddr );
165  if ( !$status->isGood() ) {
166  return $status;
167  }
168 
169  LoggerFactory::getInstance( 'authentication' )->info(
170  'Changing email address for {user} from {oldemail} to {newemail}', [
171  'user' => $user->getName(),
172  'oldemail' => $oldaddr,
173  'newemail' => $newaddr,
174  ]
175  );
176 
177  Hooks::run( 'PrefsEmailAudit', [ $user, $oldaddr, $newaddr ] );
178 
179  $user->saveSettings();
180  MediaWiki\Auth\AuthManager::callLegacyAuthPlugin( 'updateExternalDB', [ $user ] );
181 
182  return $status;
183  }
184 
185  public function requiresUnblock() {
186  return false;
187  }
188 
189  protected function getGroupName() {
190  return 'users';
191  }
192 }
getEmail()
Get the user&#39;s e-mail address.
Definition: User.php:3064
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saveSettings()
Save this user&#39;s settings into the database.
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static newMainPage()
Create a new Title for the Main Page.
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'ChangeUserGroups':Called before user groups are changed. $performer:The User who will perform the change $user:The User whose groups will be changed & $add:The groups that will be added & $remove:The groups that will be removed 'Collation::factory':Called if $wgCategoryCollation is an unknown collation. $collationName:Name of the collation in question & $collationObject:Null. Replace with a subclass of the Collation class that implements the collation given in $collationName. 'ConfirmEmailComplete':Called after a user 's email has been confirmed successfully. $user:user(object) whose email is being confirmed 'ContentAlterParserOutput':Modify parser output for a given content object. Called by Content::getParserOutput after parsing has finished. 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Definition: hooks.txt:1277
checkExecutePermissions(User $user)
getOutput()
Get the OutputPage being used for this instance.
Let users change their email address.
Special page which uses an HTMLForm to handle processing.
getName()
Get the user name, or the IP of an anonymous user.
Definition: User.php:2468
setId( $id)
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addHiddenFields(array $fields)
Add an array of hidden fields to the output.
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static validateEmail( $addr)
Does a string look like an e-mail address?
Definition: Sanitizer.php:2124
The User object encapsulates all of the user-specific settings (user_id, name, rights, email address, options, last login time).
Definition: User.php:47
static newFatal( $message)
Factory function for fatal errors.
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attemptChange(User $user, $newaddr)
execute( $par)
Main execution point.
static callLegacyAuthPlugin( $method, array $params, $return=null)
Call a legacy AuthPlugin method, if necessary.
wfCgiToArray( $query)
This is the logical opposite of wfArrayToCgi(): it accepts a query string as its argument and returns...
An error page which can definitely be safely rendered using the OutputPage.
setTableId( $id)
Set the id of the <table> or outermost <div> element.
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alterForm(HTMLForm $form)
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getName()
Get the name of this Special Page.
requireLogin( $reasonMsg='exception-nologin-text', $titleMsg='exception-nologin')
If the user is not logged in, throws UserNotLoggedIn error.
getUser()
Shortcut to get the User executing this instance.
string $par
The sub-page of the special page.
Show an error when a user tries to do something they do not have the necessary permissions for...
msg( $key)
Wrapper around wfMessage that sets the current context.
checkLoginSecurityLevel( $level=null)
Verifies that the user meets the security level, possibly reauthenticating them in the process...
setSubmitTextMsg( $msg)
Set the text for the submit button to a message.
Definition: HTMLForm.php:1374
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Definition: logger.txt:5
setEmailWithConfirmation( $str)
Set the user&#39;s e-mail address and a confirmation mail if needed.
Definition: User.php:3101
getRequest()
Get the WebRequest being used for this instance.
addHeaderText( $msg, $section=null)
Add HTML to the header, inside the form.
Definition: HTMLForm.php:775
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Definition: hooks.txt:2626
return true to allow those checks to and false if checking is done & $user
Definition: hooks.txt:1487
static run( $event, array $args=[], $deprecatedVersion=null)
Call hook functions defined in Hooks::register and $wgHooks.
Definition: Hooks.php:200
static newFromText( $text, $defaultNamespace=NS_MAIN)
Create a new Title from text, such as what one would find in a link.
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