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SpecialPageDataTest.php
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1 <?php
2 
11 
12  protected function newSpecialPage() {
13  $page = new SpecialPageData();
14 
15  // why is this needed?
16  $page->getContext()->setOutput( new OutputPage( $page->getContext() ) );
17 
18  $page->setRequestHandler( new PageDataRequestHandler() );
19 
20  return $page;
21  }
22 
23  public function provideExecute() {
24  $cases = [];
25 
26  $cases['Empty request'] = [ '', [], [], '!!', 200 ];
27 
28  $cases['Only title specified'] = [
29  '',
30  [ 'target' => 'Helsinki' ],
31  [],
32  '!!',
33  303,
34  [ 'Location' => '!.+!' ]
35  ];
36 
37  $cases['Accept only HTML'] = [
38  '',
39  [ 'target' => 'Helsinki' ],
40  [ 'Accept' => 'text/HTML' ],
41  '!!',
42  303,
43  [ 'Location' => '!Helsinki$!' ]
44  ];
45 
46  $cases['Accept only HTML with revid'] = [
47  '',
48  [
49  'target' => 'Helsinki',
50  'revision' => '4242',
51  ],
52  [ 'Accept' => 'text/HTML' ],
53  '!!',
54  303,
55  [ 'Location' => '!Helsinki(\?|&)oldid=4242!' ]
56  ];
57 
58  $cases['Nothing specified'] = [
59  'main/Helsinki',
60  [],
61  [],
62  '!!',
63  303,
64  [ 'Location' => '!Helsinki&action=raw!' ]
65  ];
66 
67  $cases['Nothing specified'] = [
68  '/Helsinki',
69  [],
70  [],
71  '!!',
72  303,
73  [ 'Location' => '!Helsinki&action=raw!' ]
74  ];
75 
76  $cases['Invalid Accept header'] = [
77  'main/Helsinki',
78  [],
79  [ 'Accept' => 'text/foobar' ],
80  '!!',
81  406,
82  [],
83  ];
84 
85  return $cases;
86  }
87 
98  public function testExecute(
99  $subpage,
100  array $params,
101  array $headers,
102  $expRegExp,
103  $expCode = 200,
104  array $expHeaders = []
105  ) {
106  $request = new FauxRequest( $params );
107  $request->response()->header( 'Status: 200 OK', true, 200 ); // init/reset
108 
109  foreach ( $headers as $name => $value ) {
110  $request->setHeader( strtoupper( $name ), $value );
111  }
112 
113  try {
114  /* @var FauxResponse $response */
115  list( $output, $response ) = $this->executeSpecialPage( $subpage, $request );
116 
117  $this->assertEquals( $expCode, $response->getStatusCode(), "status code" );
118  $this->assertRegExp( $expRegExp, $output, "output" );
119 
120  foreach ( $expHeaders as $name => $exp ) {
121  $value = $response->getHeader( $name );
122  $this->assertNotNull( $value, "header: $name" );
123  $this->assertInternalType( 'string', $value, "header: $name" );
124  $this->assertRegExp( $exp, $value, "header: $name" );
125  }
126  } catch ( HttpError $e ) {
127  $this->assertEquals( $expCode, $e->getStatusCode(), "status code" );
128  $this->assertRegExp( $expRegExp, $e->getHTML(), "error output" );
129  }
130  }
131 
133  $this->setContentLang( Language::factory( 'en' ) );
134  $request = new FauxRequest();
135  $request->response()->header( 'Status: 200 OK', true, 200 ); // init/reset
136 
137  list( $output, ) = $this->executeSpecialPage( '', $request );
138 
139  $this->assertContains(
140  "Content negotiation applies based on your client's Accept header.",
141  $output,
142  "output"
143  );
144  }
145 
146 }
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