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TitlePrefixSearch.php
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30  protected function titles( array $titles ) {
31  return $titles;
32  }
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34  protected function strings( array $strings ) {
35  $titles = array_map( 'Title::newFromText', $strings );
36  $lb = new LinkBatch( $titles );
37  $lb->setCaller( __METHOD__ );
38  $lb->execute();
39  return $titles;
40  }
41 }
strings(array $strings)
Class representing a list of titles The execute() method checks them all for existence and adds them ...
Definition: LinkBatch.php:34
titles(array $titles)
Performs prefix search, returning Title objects.
Handles searching prefixes of titles and finding any page names that match.
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Definition: injection.txt:35
linkcache txt The LinkCache class maintains a list of article titles and the information about whether or not the article exists in the database This is used to mark up links when displaying a page If the same link appears more than once on any page then it only has to be looked up once In most cases link lookups are done in batches with the LinkBatch class or the equivalent in so the link cache is mostly useful for short snippets of parsed and for links in the navigation areas of the skin The link cache was formerly used to track links used in a document for the purposes of updating the link tables This application is now deprecated To create a you can use the following $titles
Definition: linkcache.txt:17