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TagHooksTest.php
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1 <?php
2 
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35  public static function provideValidNames() {
36  return [
37  [ 'foo' ],
38  [ 'foo-bar' ],
39  [ 'foo_bar' ],
40  [ 'FOO-BAR' ],
41  [ 'foo bar' ]
42  ];
43  }
44 
45  public static function provideBadNames() {
46  return [ [ "foo<bar" ], [ "foo>bar" ], [ "foo\nbar" ], [ "foo\rbar" ] ];
47  }
48 
49  private function getParserOptions() {
51  MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getContentLanguage() );
52  return $popt;
53  }
54 
58  public function testTagHooks( $tag ) {
59  $parser = MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getParserFactory()->create();
60 
61  $parser->setHook( $tag, [ $this, 'tagCallback' ] );
62  $parserOutput = $parser->parse(
63  "Foo<$tag>Bar</$tag>Baz",
64  Title::newFromText( 'Test' ),
65  $this->getParserOptions()
66  );
67  $this->assertEquals( "<p>FooOneBaz\n</p>", $parserOutput->getText( [ 'unwrap' => true ] ) );
68 
69  $parser->mPreprocessor = null; # Break the Parser <-> Preprocessor cycle
70  }
71 
76  public function testBadTagHooks( $tag ) {
77  $parser = MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getParserFactory()->create();
78 
79  $parser->setHook( $tag, [ $this, 'tagCallback' ] );
80  $parser->parse(
81  "Foo<$tag>Bar</$tag>Baz",
82  Title::newFromText( 'Test' ),
83  $this->getParserOptions()
84  );
85  $this->fail( 'Exception not thrown.' );
86  }
87 
91  public function testFunctionTagHooks( $tag ) {
92  $parser = MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getParserFactory()->create();
93 
94  $parser->setFunctionTagHook( $tag, [ $this, 'functionTagCallback' ], 0 );
95  $parserOutput = $parser->parse(
96  "Foo<$tag>Bar</$tag>Baz",
97  Title::newFromText( 'Test' ),
98  $this->getParserOptions()
99  );
100  $this->assertEquals( "<p>FooOneBaz\n</p>", $parserOutput->getText( [ 'unwrap' => true ] ) );
101 
102  $parser->mPreprocessor = null; # Break the Parser <-> Preprocessor cycle
103  }
104 
109  public function testBadFunctionTagHooks( $tag ) {
110  $parser = MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getParserFactory()->create();
111 
112  $parser->setFunctionTagHook(
113  $tag,
114  [ $this, 'functionTagCallback' ],
116  );
117  $parser->parse(
118  "Foo<$tag>Bar</$tag>Baz",
119  Title::newFromText( 'Test' ),
120  $this->getParserOptions()
121  );
122  $this->fail( 'Exception not thrown.' );
123  }
124 
125  function tagCallback( $text, $params, $parser ) {
126  return str_rot13( $text );
127  }
128 
129  function functionTagCallback( &$parser, $frame, $code, $attribs ) {
130  return str_rot13( $code );
131  }
132 }
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static provideValidNames()
Database Parser.
static newFromUserAndLang(User $user, Language $lang)
Get a ParserOptions object from a given user and language.
testBadTagHooks( $tag)
provideBadNames MWException
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testFunctionTagHooks( $tag)
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Definition: hooks.txt:780
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provideBadNames MWException
tagCallback( $text, $params, $parser)
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Create a new Title from text, such as what one would find in a link.
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