Please install either mwparserfromhell or wikitextparser. The Pywikibot ETP regex does not work for nested templates which is a known problem.
Most repositories are running at travis.org: https://travis-ci.org/organizations/wikimedia/repositories but https://travis-ci.org/organizations/wikimedia/plan/usage isn't very helpfull here. Can someone contact their support? https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/billing-faq/#what-if-i-am-building-open-source
There is another case reported with https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Xqt&oldid=1017350521#Bot_bug?
Sun, Apr 11
Sat, Apr 10
Fri, Apr 9
Your traceback is surely Pywikibot 6.0.1 (stable). Anyway I can reproduce it:
Works for me with pymysql 0.10 ans Python 3.5 as follows:
>>> import pymysql >>> from contextlib import closing >>> connection = pymysql.connect(defer_connect=True) >>> connection = closing(connection) >>> with connection as conn, conn.cursor() as cursor: pass
@Vladis13: What was your previous environment (Python, Pywikibot, PyMySQL releases)?
Thu, Apr 8
Wed, Apr 7
Tue, Apr 6
Now we have another but:
Mon, Apr 5
Done with https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/425981
Should be working again now (fix was only applied on 1/2 the hosts) please re-run l10nbot or +2 and it should work.
Sun, Apr 4
Sat, Apr 3
@Billinghurst: The source "File:The humanizing of commerce and industry; the Joseph Fisher lecture in commerce, delivered in Adelaide, 9th May, 1919 (IA humanizingofcomm00mussrich).pdf" does not exist. Take "File:The humanizing of commerce and industry, the Joseph Fisher lecture in commerce, delivered in Adelaide, 9th May, 1919.pdf" instead and input the new Name (without "File:") if ask for Enter a better name, or press enter to accept: . What is the result then?
I think @epytext is more readable and the conversion is done by our doc/conf.py, see rPWBC574a0218d7be. No need to change the system then except we find a better lint checker than darglint.
See also: T267535
Noting that the use of -tolang; and -tofamily: failed