* Add model for custom filter keywords
* Use CustomFilterKeyword internally
Does not change the API
* Fix /filters/edit and /filters/new
* Add migration tests
* Remove whole_word column from custom_filters (covered by custom_filter_keywords)
* Redesign /filters
Instead of a list, present a card that displays more information and handles
multiple keywords per filter.
* Redesign /filters/new and /filters/edit to add and remove keywords
This adds a new gem dependency: cocoon, as well as a npm dependency:
cocoon-js-vanilla. Those are used to easily populate and remove form fields
from the user interface when manipulating multiple keyword filters at once.
* Add /api/v2/filters to edit filter with multiple keywords
- `Filter`: `id`, `title`, `filter_action` (either `hide` or `warn`), `context`
- `FilterKeyword`: `id`, `keyword`, `whole_word`
- `GET /api/v2/filters` to list filters (including keywords)
- `POST /api/v2/filters` to create a new filter
`keywords_attributes` can also be passed to create keywords in one request
- `GET /api/v2/filters/:id` to read a particular filter
- `PUT /api/v2/filters/:id` to update a new filter
`keywords_attributes` can also be passed to edit, delete or add keywords in
- `DELETE /api/v2/filters/:id` to delete a particular filter
- `GET /api/v2/filters/:id/keywords` to list keywords for a filter
- `POST /api/v2/filters/:filter_id/keywords/:id` to add a new keyword to a
- `GET /api/v2/filter_keywords/:id` to read a particular keyword
- `PUT /api/v2/filter_keywords/:id` to edit a particular keyword
- `DELETE /api/v2/filter_keywords/:id` to delete a particular keyword
* Change from `irreversible` boolean to `action` enum
* Remove irrelevent `irreversible_must_be_within_context` check
* Fix /filters/new and /filters/edit with update for filter_action
* Fix Rubocop/Codeclimate complaining about task names
* Refactor FeedManager#phrase_filtered?
This moves regexp building and filter caching to the `CustomFilter` class.
This does not change the functional behavior yet, but this changes how the
cache is built, doing per-custom_filter regexps so that filters can be matched
independently, while still offering caching.
* Perform server-side filtering and output result in REST API
* Fix numerous filters_changed events being sent when editing multiple keywords at once
* Add some tests
* Use the new API in the WebUI
- use client-side logic for filters we have fetched rules for.
This is so that filter changes can be retroactively applied without
reloading the UI.
- use server-side logic for filters we haven't fetched rules for yet
(e.g. network error, or initial timeline loading)
* Minor optimizations and refactoring
* Perform server-side filtering on the streaming server
* Change the wording of filter action labels
* Fix issues pointed out by linter
* Change design of “Show anyway” link in accordence to review comments
* Drop “irreversible” filtering behavior
* Move /api/v2/filter_keywords to /api/v1/filters/keywords
* Rename `filter_results` attribute to `filtered`
* Rename REST::LegacyFilterSerializer to REST::V1::FilterSerializer
* Fix systemChannelId value in streaming server
* Simplify code by removing client-side filtering code
The simplifcation comes at a cost though: filters aren't retroactively