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@John I am not sure how exactly the resolution is meant to work. After upgrading to latest master this test wiki still only shows the status description and not the status code together with the description.
However this was an appealing feature. I liked it. No worries, one day there will be a solution. Admittedly the respective wiki I use for testing holds about 23,000 external links in total which is intense.
@Rob_Kam I believe this should be opened as a separate issue. Anyways I cannot confirm this for the wiki I am using it for.
I agree, imho not as a default, probably as a upo or via a configuration parameter.
Yeah, colouring links by some sort of priority will be nice but imho not utmost important.
I'd rather like to click through many pages than seeing a huge bunch of pages at a time. Imho scrolling down is far worse. Being able to select the number of links to be shown on a page e.g. via a configuration parameter is a way out here.
You may need to create MediaWiki:Rottenlinks-showbad on your wiki to whatever the default value should be, or whatever value you want.
Cool. I just updated and it works now. Many kudos!!!
You are the best. :)
Ah I get it. The issue is that the link is not being added properly to special page "LinkSearch" so an invalid url is constructed which in my case gets redirected via an Apache rule to "Main Page". If I go to the special page and manually add the rotten link then I get the list of pages. I must note that the configured language of the wiki instance is "fr" so the special page is called "Recherche de lien". Perhaps this is the reason. Anyways a smart idea to use this special page to do the work.
This is really nice now. Thanks a lot!
First of all thanks a lot for working on the extension. I just updated my wiki to use the latest version and most of the issues have been addressed in a cool way. Very much appreciated. :)
The rationale for this is that sometimes links can be like this:
Was already an identified TODO, this just tasks it. My plan is to make the "page usage" number a link which will then either pop up a formatted list of the pages it is used on or a redirect to a page with a list.
@Paladox Cool. Thanks a lot.