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* Copyright (c) 2008, 2016 Eclipse Foundation and others.
* All rights reserved. This program and the accompanying materials
* are made available under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0
* which accompanies this distribution, and is available at
* This file is deprecated. Calls to this file will redirect to the
* corresponding functionality in the PMI when a valid project
* id is provided, or to the project root otherwise.
* The PMI has its own links directly to the generator.
require_once($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . "/");
$App = new App();
require_once dirname(__FILE__) . "/classes/Project.class.php";
require_once dirname(__FILE__) . "/classes/common.php";
require_once dirname(__FILE__) . "/classes/debug.php";
* Iterate through the list of project ids provided and
* keep only those ids that map to actual existing projects.
function getProjectIdsFromRequest() {
if (!$params = split(',', getRawProjectIdsFromRequest())) return null;
$ids = array();
foreach($params as $id) {
if (isValidProjectId($id)) $ids[] = $id;
return $ids;
* The ids of the projects that we're going to work with can
* be specified in either the 'id' or 'projectid' parameters.
* Regardless of which parameter is used, we expect a
* comma-separated list of project ids.
function getRawProjectIdsFromRequest() {
if (isset($_REQUEST['id'])) return $_REQUEST['id'];
if (isset($_REQUEST['projectid'])) return $_REQUEST['projectid'];
return array();
* Answer the top-most project hierarchically in the list of project ids.
* Most of the time, this will be exactly one project, but in some cases
* (e.g. the Eclipse Project) multiples are provided.
function getRootProjectId() {
$ids = getProjectIdsFromRequest();
if (count($ids) == 1) return $ids[0];
* Keep things very simple. Sort the list so that the
* entry with the smallest number of segments (separated by
* dots) is the first thing in the list. Assume that the
* first entry after sorting is the top-most project
* hierarchically.
* FIXME Determine how to deal with top-most siblings.
* This is pretty inefficient since we'll end up recomputing
* values repeatedly. However, this script isn't called
* very often, the check for a single value will bail us
* out before we get to this point most of the time, and
* the inefficiency really isn't that bad given that the
* size of the array will always be pretty small.
usort($ids, function($a, $b) {
$oa = count(preg_split('/./', $a));
$ob = count(preg_split('/./', $b));
return $oa == $ob ? 0 : ($oa > $ob ? 1 : -1);
return $ids[0];
* Search for the top-most project in the list of project ids.
* If there is one, then redirect to the PMI instance for IP Log
* generation.
* Note that we try to find the next release and generate the
* IP Log based on that (releases may include subprojects and
* we need to include them). If there is no next release, then
* just open the IP Log generator on the project itself.
$url = "/projects";
if ($parent = getRootProjectId()) {
if ($project = get_project_from_pmi($parent)) {
if ($release = $project->getNextRelease()) {
$url = $release->getUrl();
} else {
$url = $project->getUrl();
$url = "$url/iplog/preview";
header("Location: $url");