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TestRecentChangesHelper.php
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1 <?php
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12  public function makeEditRecentChange( User $user, $titleText, $curid, $thisid, $lastid,
13  $timestamp, $counter, $watchingUsers
14  ) {
15  $attribs = array_merge(
16  $this->getDefaultAttributes( $titleText, $timestamp ),
17  [
18  'rc_user' => $user->getId(),
19  'rc_user_text' => $user->getName(),
20  'rc_this_oldid' => $thisid,
21  'rc_last_oldid' => $lastid,
22  'rc_cur_id' => $curid
23  ]
24  );
25 
26  return $this->makeRecentChange( $attribs, $counter, $watchingUsers );
27  }
28 
29  public function makeLogRecentChange(
30  $logType, $logAction, User $user, $titleText, $timestamp, $counter, $watchingUsers
31  ) {
32  $attribs = array_merge(
33  $this->getDefaultAttributes( $titleText, $timestamp ),
34  [
35  'rc_cur_id' => 0,
36  'rc_user' => $user->getId(),
37  'rc_user_text' => $user->getName(),
38  'rc_this_oldid' => 0,
39  'rc_last_oldid' => 0,
40  'rc_old_len' => null,
41  'rc_new_len' => null,
42  'rc_type' => 3,
43  'rc_logid' => 25,
44  'rc_log_type' => $logType,
45  'rc_log_action' => $logAction,
46  'rc_source' => 'mw.log'
47  ]
48  );
49 
50  return $this->makeRecentChange( $attribs, $counter, $watchingUsers );
51  }
52 
53  public function makeDeletedEditRecentChange( User $user, $titleText, $timestamp, $curid,
54  $thisid, $lastid, $counter, $watchingUsers
55  ) {
56  $attribs = array_merge(
57  $this->getDefaultAttributes( $titleText, $timestamp ),
58  [
59  'rc_user' => $user->getId(),
60  'rc_user_text' => $user->getName(),
61  'rc_deleted' => 5,
62  'rc_cur_id' => $curid,
63  'rc_this_oldid' => $thisid,
64  'rc_last_oldid' => $lastid
65  ]
66  );
67 
68  return $this->makeRecentChange( $attribs, $counter, $watchingUsers );
69  }
70 
71  public function makeNewBotEditRecentChange( User $user, $titleText, $curid, $thisid, $lastid,
72  $timestamp, $counter, $watchingUsers
73  ) {
74  $attribs = array_merge(
75  $this->getDefaultAttributes( $titleText, $timestamp ),
76  [
77  'rc_user' => $user->getId(),
78  'rc_user_text' => $user->getName(),
79  'rc_this_oldid' => $thisid,
80  'rc_last_oldid' => $lastid,
81  'rc_cur_id' => $curid,
82  'rc_type' => 1,
83  'rc_bot' => 1,
84  'rc_source' => 'mw.new'
85  ]
86  );
87 
88  return $this->makeRecentChange( $attribs, $counter, $watchingUsers );
89  }
90 
91  private function makeRecentChange( $attribs, $counter, $watchingUsers ) {
92  $change = new RecentChange();
93  $change->setAttribs( $attribs );
94  $change->counter = $counter;
95  $change->numberofWatchingusers = $watchingUsers;
96 
97  return $change;
98  }
99 
100  public function getCacheEntry( $recentChange ) {
101  $rcCacheFactory = new RCCacheEntryFactory(
102  new RequestContext(),
103  [ 'diff' => 'diff', 'cur' => 'cur', 'last' => 'last' ],
104  MediaWikiServices::getInstance()->getLinkRenderer()
105  );
106  return $rcCacheFactory->newFromRecentChange( $recentChange, false );
107  }
108 
110  User $user, $titleText, $curid, $thisid, $lastid, $timestamp
111  ) {
112  $attribs = array_merge(
113  $this->getDefaultAttributes( $titleText, $timestamp ),
114  [
115  'rc_type' => RC_CATEGORIZE,
116  'rc_user' => $user->getId(),
117  'rc_user_text' => $user->getName(),
118  'rc_this_oldid' => $thisid,
119  'rc_last_oldid' => $lastid,
120  'rc_cur_id' => $curid,
121  'rc_comment' => '[[:Testpage]] added to category',
122  'rc_comment_text' => '[[:Testpage]] added to category',
123  'rc_comment_data' => null,
124  'rc_old_len' => 0,
125  'rc_new_len' => 0,
126  ]
127  );
128 
129  return $this->makeRecentChange( $attribs, 0, 0 );
130  }
131 
132  private function getDefaultAttributes( $titleText, $timestamp ) {
133  return [
134  'rc_id' => 545,
135  'rc_user' => 0,
136  'rc_user_text' => '127.0.0.1',
137  'rc_ip' => '127.0.0.1',
138  'rc_title' => $titleText,
139  'rc_namespace' => 0,
140  'rc_timestamp' => $timestamp,
141  'rc_old_len' => 212,
142  'rc_new_len' => 188,
143  'rc_comment' => '',
144  'rc_comment_text' => '',
145  'rc_comment_data' => null,
146  'rc_minor' => 0,
147  'rc_bot' => 0,
148  'rc_type' => 0,
149  'rc_patrolled' => 1,
150  'rc_deleted' => 0,
151  'rc_logid' => 0,
152  'rc_log_type' => null,
153  'rc_log_action' => '',
154  'rc_params' => '',
155  'rc_source' => 'mw.edit'
156  ];
157  }
158 
159  public function getTestContext( User $user ) {
160  $context = new RequestContext();
161  $context->setLanguage( 'en' );
162 
163  $context->setUser( $user );
164 
165  $title = Title::newFromText( 'RecentChanges', NS_SPECIAL );
166  $context->setTitle( $title );
167 
168  return $context;
169  }
170 }
getDefaultAttributes( $titleText, $timestamp)
const RC_CATEGORIZE
Definition: Defines.php:126
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Definition: Defines.php:49
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Definition: User.php:2251
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Definition: User.php:51
makeDeletedEditRecentChange(User $user, $titleText, $timestamp, $curid, $thisid, $lastid, $counter, $watchingUsers)
makeCategorizationRecentChange(User $user, $titleText, $curid, $thisid, $lastid, $timestamp)
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makeLogRecentChange( $logType, $logAction, User $user, $titleText, $timestamp, $counter, $watchingUsers)
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