<references group="foo" /> or <references group="foo">…</references>
are valid tags
|pywikibot/core||master||+3 -2||[bugfix] recognize footnote groups inside reference tags|
The second one (<references group="foo") is not a valid tag as it's not closed. I'm not sure if you want to list three cases or two cases and that the closing tag belongs to the second opening tag (then only a > is missing).
Okay simple question: Are there three or two examples in your post? I also don't see an example in your link to Wikipedia where it has an open references tag (with a missing >).
Edit: Okay your patch makes it clear that it's two examples and that the second example is missing a closing > for the opening tag.
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The other task is still valid. unfortunately nobody worked on it. Personally I haven't used that script and I am not very familar with it. Can you arrange a test page e.g. on test wikipedia and describe an expected result for that script. That would be very helpfull.