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username settings for single-site families do not work with arbitrary values of config.mylang
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User config file used by JeremyB

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21:55 < jeremyb> valhalla1w: i think maybe i even discussed my not staying logged in problem with you a couple months ago?
21:55 < jeremyb> with after running
21:56 < jeremyb> i was getting prompted for password and periodically hit some kind of wrong passwd throttle and it didn't seem to matter whether the password i entered was accurate or not
21:56 < jeremyb> (i could enter garbage and hit enter and the upload would still maybe succeed)
21:56 < jeremyb> adding -lang to command line drastically improved things (and it stopped prompting for passwd)
23:01 < jeremyb> home seems to be enwiki. commons is an addition on the very last line of

Command to reproduce should be:

23:12 < jeremyb> 08 01:10:32 < jeremyb> $ for c in $(ls -1 ???_ocha.txt | cut -d _ -f 1 | sed -n 135,146p); do python  /shared/pywikipedia/core/scripts/ -v -family:commons -log -noverify -filename:"$(<"$c""  "${c}_ocha.svg" "$(<"$c"_ocha.txt)"; date -R; done
23:13 < jeremyb> valhalla1w: i did definitely do -v -all
23:13 < jeremyb> and -v -all -test
23:13 < jeremyb> (but unsure of parameter order)

Version: core-(2.0)
Severity: normal




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bzimport raised the priority of this task from to High.Nov 22 2014, 3:10 AM
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Ive seen similar issues before, if mylang = 'en' or anything but 'commons' pywiki tends to not work correctly. I suspect that the only reason that this is working part of the time is because of the global login cookie and that the framework isnt getting the correct local cookies when it attempts to use the 'en' language project. By defining the language as 'commons' you bypass that. I suspect its an issue dealing with the way we construct project/language/user configs.
IE usernames['commons']['commons'] = username when we set mylang='en' it attempts to use usernames['commons']['en'] = username and has issues. By forcing the -lang param it makes the framework ignore the mylang setting in user config.

  • Bug 55224 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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XZise added a subscriber: XZise.Jun 24 2015, 11:31 AM

This looks similar to T71255.

Xqt lowered the priority of this task from High to Lowest.Feb 7 2019, 4:07 PM
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Currently you have to define a -lang for a given -family. This is a feature request to simplify settings but not a bug. See my proposal at T71255.