The class is in the autoloader of SystemGifts, but I am not sure if the extension is loaded, because the extension.json is in a subfolder of the SocialProfiles extensions
I've no clue what CI is doing differently than a regular MW install, because the author patch and related stuff work just well on a non-CI instance, hence why I merged those patches. SocialProfile's main loader file, due to its weird structure and whatnot, is still SocialProfile.php (instead of an extension.json file; see T152865); that file in turn loads the subfolders' extension.json files via a wfLoadExtensions() call (see lines 105-112 of SocialProfile.php).
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It seems only slightly weird to me to not cc the people who were actively involved in creating and merging this feature (@Harej, the original author of the CSS code, me, who did some cleanup and integration, and @Legoktm, who merged the original patch and @TheDJ who further improved the original code) when you're talking about killing off a useful feature...
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Comments has supported PostgreSQL as an alternative since version 2.8 (28 July 2013, d8f84d4152d60da8dd641bab3591c2af038171ec).
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@Aklapper: Indeed, thanks! Tags aren't editable (at least for me) on the "New Security Issue" form when reporting the issue, hence why I try to #mention them in the initial report instead. Seems that after creating the task, they are editable, though -- didn't know that until now!
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This was done last year, some earlier and most in August.