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SpecialPageFatalTest.php
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16  public function provideSpecialPages() {
17  $specialPages = [];
18  $spf = MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getSpecialPageFactory();
19  foreach ( $spf->getNames() as $name ) {
20  $specialPages[$name] = [ $spf->getPage( $name ) ];
21  }
22  return $specialPages;
23  }
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28  public function testSpecialPageDoesNotFatal( SpecialPage $page ) {
29  $executor = new SpecialPageExecutor();
30  $user = User::newFromName( 'UTSysop' );
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32  try {
33  $executor->executeSpecialPage( $page, '', null, null, $user );
34  } catch ( \PHPUnit\Framework\Error\Deprecated $deprecated ) {
35  // Allow deprecation,
36  // this test want to check fatals or other things breaking the extension
37  } catch ( \PHPUnit\Framework\Error\Error $error ) {
38  // Let phpunit settings working:
39  // - convertErrorsToExceptions="true"
40  // - convertNoticesToExceptions="true"
41  // - convertWarningsToExceptions="true"
42  throw $error;
43  } catch ( Exception $e ) {
44  // Other exceptions are allowed
45  }
46 
47  // If the page fataled phpunit will have already died
48  $this->addToAssertionCount( 1 );
49  }
50 
51 }
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testSpecialPageDoesNotFatal(SpecialPage $page)
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