@hashar Could you please help with
So many scripts not marked, this is something we should solve
Wed, Dec 4
Yes, this should be the way :)
Tue, Dec 3
Hello @HAKSOAT! Yes, you can work on this. The issue is that many Pywikibot scripts understand -ns or -namespace parameter and work only on pages using that namespace specified. This script does not understand that parameter. The task is to add missing namespace support into the script. It should be pretty straightforward as this has been implemented in many scripts before. Feel free to ask more questions!
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Thu, Nov 28
I see. This could be easy as most part of the code is already written in -file: :D
Quarry result does not contain links as such, only text urls. For me Quarry works good also with -file:.
Tue, Nov 26
Not sure, just had this idea in my mind and wanted to share it :)
Tue, Nov 19
Mon, Nov 18
The tool this script is calling was being available on Toolserver. Since Toolserver is down and noone restored the original tool in Toolforge or anywhere else, this is a request for a new tool in Toolforge. I'm unsure if I added the correct tags, please correct if I'm wrong
Sun, Nov 17
Your "core" directory is pywikibot-core, where you cloned Pywikibot. /mnt/nfs/labstore-secondary-tools-project/toolname/pywikibot-core is the same.
I'm happy to help, but please ask again, currently I don't understand
Sat, Nov 16
The issue seems to be fixed by https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/pywikibot/core/+/546388/ in the current master => so it should be fixed in the next stable release
Perhaps try WikidataIntegrator instead of Pywikibot (if it offers the same functionality you need). I'm unsure what is its current state of development, so make sure you don't throw away your original code. A performance comparison of the two libraries from your case would be interesting.
Then it is where you installed it
Have you tried to play around with "SETTINGS TO AVOID SERVER OVERLOAD" options in Pywikibot's user-config.py?
It depends how you installed them.
It's a "core" folder in your home directory I believe. The error says your Wikipedia (wikiproject) is missing in the script's configuration. We want to add it there.
Fri, Nov 15
What Wikipedia do you scan using noreferences? What is the command you run? What is the output of python pwb.py version (if installed from Git/svn or zip file)?
Tue, Nov 12
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Fri, Nov 8
There is just one at each row
Nov 6 2019
Nov 5 2019
Yes, that's what I want to do. Is this suitable to be incorporated into the MW extension directly?
Nov 4 2019
Hm, I'm unsure whether cswiki community would be okay with overflow-x: auto. They are really not enthusiastic about any change even from MediaWiki devs. But unlike my edit, about dev edits they can not do much.
@Zoranzoki21 cca 35 of them, see https://deployment.wikimedia.beta.wmflabs.org/wiki/Special:SiteMatrix
Nov 3 2019
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Oct 28 2019
A category or a template is needed to make the bot work properly. Bot needs to know, what articles to fix, so it needs a category or a template to make list of articles.
Oct 27 2019
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Oct 25 2019
Yeah, but you got my point: -ns reserved to generator filder, -targetns -changens -whateverns to the others. The task description talks about the generator filter clearly
Parameter for the page to be changed should be done using a different parameter (-targetns), not -ns used for filtering the source code. The description seems to talk about the generator filter
Perhaps mark as resolved already?
@Xqt -namespace should always filter the source. This behavior is default in 100 % of scripts and should not be interrupted.
Oct 24 2019
Hello, this issue is spread through the whole library. To find some, you can use documentation pages themselves (instead of source code): https://doc.wikimedia.org/pywikibot/master/
a) Well, I need to find out your Pywikibot version/GitHub revision, because 3.0.dev0 can be anything from 2014 until today. There is a version.py in your folder, you can just import it and try getversiondict() (or just getversion_package()). If this will not work, then just tell us when did you install or last updated Pywikibot? Perhaps also try to update Pywikibot using pip and try it again if you don't have the latest one.
b) It defaults to whatever is in your ~/.pywikibot/user-config.py, only if it doesn't exist (or you haven't created it yet), then it uses enwiki as a default, yes.
a) Please share the output of python pwb.py version
b) What wiki does this happen on?
Oct 23 2019
In a conversation last year on wmtech IRC I got an answer, that WMF pulled devs out of this task to do more important stuff. This task therefore have got no devs and money attached from a Foundation and it is not going to be fixed in a near future.
Oct 22 2019
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Oct 17 2019
And I agree with @zhuyifei1999, you should save the login credentials to your OS connection config and not deal with them inside Pywikibot's code, at least not this way at this place on every fetch. This just doesn't look right to me and I'm not much surprised it does not actually work.
Or wiki API has been detected, but Pywikibot can not read from API somehow. Anyway this only happens with your patch, I hope this is the issue of yout implementation then.
The error message is not clear, but it seems to me Pywikibot can not detect wiki API at the url given. MWSite should change to Site immediately after MediaWiki API is found, thus lang should work correctly after that, which it doesn't. What MW version does your wiki use?
What is the output of python pwb.py version?
Oct 15 2019
Oct 12 2019
Also these notifications are weirdly hidden. Wiki shows 1 notification to me, but the notification is not in that list of notifications. It appears there few minutes after the notification number increases.