Fixes T10798. Separates these two since they don't need to be combined and it allows for more flexibility / scalability.
- Maniphest Tasks
- T12270: Unbeta Badges
T10798: Limit, order recipients list in BadgeView
- rPd2a420d13abd: Remove needRecipients and needAwards from Badges
- Add Badge
- Edit Badge
- Add myself as Recipient
- Remove myself
- Go to my profile
- Award Badge from there
- Assign myself a badge, try to re-assign it, see validation error.
Also, validation errors on dialog forms are ugly.
In more detail:
- The "Recipients" UI should either use full-blown ApplicationSearch (but probably way overkill / tons of work?) or PhabricatorBadgesAwardQuery + executeWithCursorPager() (probably more reasonable and not very much work) to load a page at a time with pagination. We don't have too many manually paginated interfaces left, but I think the one in PhabricatorTokenGivenController is fine as a model. I think this isn't too tricky, and should only be a little extra code.
- Your award validation is good as written (except for one small bug, see inline).
- You should be able to remove getAwards() from the transaction stuff now (in applyExternalEffects()) because you're validating better, so we don't need to only apply awards that don't exist: we know all the awards don't exist yet.
- Then, remove needRecipients() and getAwards() completely if possible.
Minor thing: we should continue; here. Otherwise, we may do the new check with a null value for $user, which could fatal on line 96 when we $user->getUsername().
This would be hard to hit, but you could do it like this, I think:
I think that will fatal on $user->getUsername().
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