Commit 6a151e7c authored by kaniini's avatar kaniini Committed by lain

streamer: use direct object for filter checks when there is no valid child object in an activity

We call Object.normalize/1 to get the child object for situations like Announce.
However, the check is flawed and immediately fails if Object.normalize/1 fails.
Instead, we should use the activity itself in those cases to allow activities which
never have a child object to pass through the filter.

Closes #1291
parent 5f844fd3
......@@ -136,7 +136,7 @@ defp should_send?(%User{} = user, %Activity{} = item) do
recipients =
domain_blocks = Pleroma.Web.ActivityPub.MRF.subdomains_regex(
with parent when not is_nil(parent) <- Object.normalize(item),
with parent <- Object.normalize(item) || item,
true <- Enum.all?([blocks, mutes, reblog_mutes], &( not in &1)),
true <- Enum.all?([blocks, mutes], &(["actor"] not in &1)),
true <- MapSet.disjoint?(recipients, recipient_blocks),
......@@ -110,6 +110,24 @@ test "it doesn't send notify to the 'user:notification' stream' when a domain is"user:notification", notif)
test "it sends follow activities to the 'user:notification' stream", %{
user: user
} do
user2 = insert(:user)
task = Task.async(fn -> assert_receive {:text, _}, 4_000 end)
%{transport_pid:, assigns: %{user: user}}
{:ok, _follower, _followed, _activity} = CommonAPI.follow(user2, user)
# We don't directly pipe the notification to the streamer as it's already
# generated as a side effect of CommonAPI.follow().
test "it sends to public" do
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