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//
// Copyright (c) 2019 Open Whisper Systems. All rights reserved.
//
import Foundation
@objc public class OWSAlerts: NSObject {
/// Cleanup and present alert for no permissions
@objc
public class func showNoMicrophonePermissionAlert() {
let alertTitle = NSLocalizedString("CALL_AUDIO_PERMISSION_TITLE", comment: "Alert title when calling and permissions for microphone are missing")
let alertMessage = NSLocalizedString("CALL_AUDIO_PERMISSION_MESSAGE", comment: "Alert message when calling and permissions for microphone are missing")
let alert = UIAlertController(title: alertTitle, message: alertMessage, preferredStyle: .alert)
let dismissAction = UIAlertAction(title: CommonStrings.dismissButton, style: .cancel)
dismissAction.accessibilityIdentifier = "OWSAlerts.\("dismiss")"
alert.addAction(dismissAction)
if let settingsAction = CurrentAppContext().openSystemSettingsAction {
settingsAction.accessibilityIdentifier = "OWSAlerts.\("settings")"
alert.addAction(settingsAction)
}
CurrentAppContext().frontmostViewController()?.presentAlert(alert)
}
@objc
public class func showAlert(_ alert: UIAlertController) {
guard let frontmostViewController = CurrentAppContext().frontmostViewController() else {
owsFailDebug("frontmostViewController was unexpectedly nil")
return
}
frontmostViewController.presentAlert(alert)
}
@objc
public class func showAlert(title: String) {
self.showAlert(title: title, message: nil, buttonTitle: nil)
}
@objc
public class func showAlert(title: String?, message: String) {
self.showAlert(title: title, message: message, buttonTitle: nil)
}
@objc
public class func showAlert(title: String?, message: String? = nil, buttonTitle: String? = nil, buttonAction: ((UIAlertAction) -> Void)? = nil) {
guard let fromViewController = CurrentAppContext().frontmostViewController() else {
return
}
showAlert(title: title, message: message, buttonTitle: buttonTitle, buttonAction: buttonAction,
fromViewController: fromViewController)
}
@objc
public class func showAlert(title: String?, message: String? = nil, buttonTitle: String? = nil, buttonAction: ((UIAlertAction) -> Void)? = nil, fromViewController: UIViewController?) {
let alert = UIAlertController(title: title, message: message, preferredStyle: .alert)
let actionTitle = buttonTitle ?? NSLocalizedString("OK", comment: "")
let okAction = UIAlertAction(title: actionTitle, style: .default, handler: buttonAction)
okAction.accessibilityIdentifier = "OWSAlerts.\("ok")"
alert.addAction(okAction)
fromViewController?.presentAlert(alert)
}
@objc
public class func showConfirmationAlert(title: String, message: String? = nil, proceedTitle: String? = nil, proceedAction: @escaping (UIAlertAction) -> Void) {
assert(title.count > 0)
let alert = UIAlertController(title: title, message: message, preferredStyle: .alert)
alert.addAction(self.cancelAction)
let actionTitle = proceedTitle ?? NSLocalizedString("OK", comment: "")
let okAction = UIAlertAction(title: actionTitle, style: .default, handler: proceedAction)
okAction.accessibilityIdentifier = "OWSAlerts.\("ok")"
alert.addAction(okAction)
CurrentAppContext().frontmostViewController()?.presentAlert(alert)
}
@objc
public class func showErrorAlert(message: String) {
self.showAlert(title: CommonStrings.errorAlertTitle, message: message, buttonTitle: nil)
}
@objc
public class var cancelAction: UIAlertAction {
let action = UIAlertAction(title: CommonStrings.cancelButton, style: .cancel) { _ in
Logger.debug("Cancel item")
// Do nothing.
}
action.accessibilityIdentifier = "OWSAlerts.\("cancel")"
return action
}
@objc
public class func showIOSUpgradeNagIfNecessary() {
// Our min SDK is iOS9, so this will only show for iOS9 users
if #available(iOS 10.0, *) {
return
}
// Don't show the nag to users who have just launched
// the app for the first time.
guard AppVersion.sharedInstance().lastAppVersion != nil else {
return
}
if let iOSUpgradeNagDate = Environment.shared.preferences.iOSUpgradeNagDate() {
let kNagFrequencySeconds = 14 * kDayInterval
guard fabs(iOSUpgradeNagDate.timeIntervalSinceNow) > kNagFrequencySeconds else {
return
}
}
Environment.shared.preferences.setIOSUpgradeNagDate(Date())
OWSAlerts.showAlert(title: NSLocalizedString("UPGRADE_IOS_ALERT_TITLE",
comment: "Title for the alert indicating that user should upgrade iOS."),
message: NSLocalizedString("UPGRADE_IOS_ALERT_MESSAGE",
comment: "Message for the alert indicating that user should upgrade iOS."))
}
}