1 views_plugin_display_feed.inc views_plugin_display_feed::options_summary(&$categories, &$options)

Provide the summary for page options in the views UI.

This output is returned as an array.

Overrides views_plugin_display_page::options_summary

File

core/modules/views/plugins/views_plugin_display_feed.inc, line 99
Contains the feed display plugin.

Class

views_plugin_display_feed
The plugin that handles a feed, such as RSS or atom.

Code

function options_summary(&$categories, &$options) {
  // It is very important to call the parent function here:
  parent::options_summary($categories, $options);

  // Since we're childing off the 'page' type, we'll still *call* our
  // category 'page' but let's override it so it says feed settings.
  $categories['page'] = array(
    'title' => t('Feed settings'),
    'column' => 'second',
    'build' => array(
      '#weight' => -10,
    ),
  );

  if ($this->get_option('sitename_title')) {
    $options['title']['value'] = t('Using the site name');
  }

  // I don't think we want to give feeds menus directly.
  unset($options['menu']);

  $displays = array_filter($this->get_option('displays'));
  if (count($displays) > 1) {
    $attach_to = t('Multiple displays');
  }
  elseif (count($displays) == 1) {
    $display = array_shift($displays);
    if (!empty($this->view->display[$display])) {
      $attach_to = check_plain($this->view->display[$display]->display_title);
    }
  }

  if (!isset($attach_to)) {
    $attach_to = t('None');
  }

  $options['displays'] = array(
    'category' => 'page',
    'title' => t('Attach to'),
    'value' => $attach_to,
  );
}