1 layout_context.inc LayoutContext::setDataFromRouterMap($router_map)

Set the context data from the router item map.


array $router_map: A router item map array.


core/modules/layout/plugins/context/layout_context.inc, line 226
Class that holds information relating to a layouts context.


@file Class that holds information relating to a layouts context.


function setDataFromRouterMap($router_map) {
  if (isset($this->position) && !empty($router_map[$this->position])) {
    // If the menu router set the data for a context object or a client did
    // so via hook_layout_load_by_router_item_alter(), we don't need to do
    // any setting here. But if $this->data is not an object, then it is
    // either a raw string that must be converted to an object by a load
    // callback or it is a string pass-through.
    if (!is_object($this->data)) {
      // If clients replaced any layout with one whose placeholders are in a
      // new position, they need to have altered $context->position so that
      // it points to the right place in the router item to get the data
      // object.
      $context_data = $router_map[$this->position];
      // If the router item contains the context object in the right
      // position, then we can just set the data from that.
      if (is_object($context_data)) {
      else {
        // If the context data was not an object, then we can try to set
        // it using the plugin's load callback. If there is no callback,
        // then it must be a string pass-through, so we leave it as is.
        $context_info = layout_get_context_info($this->plugin);

        // CHECK: the following 3 lines don't seem to be needed. By this point
        // of the page request all context data is already loaded onto
        // $router_item['map'].
        // if (isset($context_info['load callback'])) {
        //   $context_data = call_user_func_array($context_info['load callback'], array($router_item['original_map'][$this->position]));
        // }