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WikitextStructureTest.php
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1 <?php
2 
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8  private function getMockTitle() {
9  return Title::newFromText( "TestTitle" );
10  }
11 
17  private function getParserOutput( $text ) {
18  $content = new WikitextContent( $text );
19  return $content->getParserOutput( $this->getMockTitle() );
20  }
21 
27  private function getStructure( $text ) {
28  return new WikiTextStructure( $this->getParserOutput( $text ) );
29  }
30 
31  public function testHeadings() {
32  $text = <<<END
33 Some text here
34 == Heading one ==
35 Some text
36 ==== heading two ====
37 More text
38 === Applicability of the strict mass-energy equivalence formula, ''E'' = ''mc''<sup>2</sup> ===
39 and more text
40 == Wikitext '''in''' [[Heading]] and also <b>html</b> ==
41 more text
42 ==== See also ====
43 * Also things to see!
44 END;
45  $struct = $this->getStructure( $text );
46  $headings = $struct->headings();
47  $this->assertCount( 4, $headings );
48  $this->assertContains( "Heading one", $headings );
49  $this->assertContains( "heading two", $headings );
50  $this->assertContains( "Applicability of the strict mass-energy equivalence formula, E = mc2",
51  $headings );
52  $this->assertContains( "Wikitext in Heading and also html", $headings );
53  }
54 
55  public function testDefaultSort() {
56  $text = <<<END
57 Louise Michel
58 == Heading one ==
59 Some text
60 ==== See also ====
61 * Also things to see!
62 {{DEFAULTSORT:Michel, Louise}}
63 END;
64  $struct = $this->getStructure( $text );
65  $this->assertEquals( "Michel, Louise", $struct->getDefaultSort() );
66  }
67 
68  public function testHeadingsFirst() {
69  $text = <<<END
70 == Heading one ==
71 Some text
72 ==== heading two ====
73 END;
74  $struct = $this->getStructure( $text );
75  $headings = $struct->headings();
76  $this->assertCount( 2, $headings );
77  $this->assertContains( "Heading one", $headings );
78  $this->assertContains( "heading two", $headings );
79  }
80 
81  public function testHeadingsNone() {
82  $text = "This text is completely devoid of headings.";
83  $struct = $this->getStructure( $text );
84  $headings = $struct->headings();
85  $this->assertArrayEquals( [], $headings );
86  }
87 
88  public function testTexts() {
89  $text = <<<END
90 Opening text is opening.
91 == Then comes header ==
92 Then we got more<br>text
93 === And more headers ===
94 {| class="wikitable"
95 |-
96 ! Header table
97 |-
98 | row in table
99 |-
100 | another row in table
101 |}
102 END;
103  $struct = $this->getStructure( $text );
104  $this->assertEquals( "Opening text is opening.", $struct->getOpeningText() );
105  $this->assertEquals( "Opening text is opening. Then we got more text",
106  $struct->getMainText() );
107  $this->assertEquals( [ "Header table row in table another row in table" ],
108  $struct->getAuxiliaryText() );
109  }
110 
111  public function testPreservesWordSpacing() {
112  $text = "<dd><dl>foo</dl><dl>bar</dl></dd><p>baz</p>";
113  $struct = $this->getStructure( $text );
114  $this->assertEquals( "foo bar baz", $struct->getMainText() );
115  }
116 }
getStructure( $text)
Get WikitextStructure for given text.
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