A project for the RottenLinks extension being developed to easily make the detection and management of dead links easier.
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WikiLirik sözcüleri eleştirisel pozitif-negatif düşünce karşılaştırma
PyschoLyricWiki Attack Groups
Ben ötesi psikoloji
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Thank you for the contribution and spotting issues that escaped testing for this particular extension!
The third point is linked to T5295.
Mar 22 2020
RottenLinks is more of a maintenance-based tools. The current section therefore is appropriate.
Mar 2 2020
Sorry for the bad classification.
Feb 16 2020
The name “RottenLinks” is a noun and as such would not have another translatable alternatives.
Feb 4 2020
Jan 8 2020
The extension is built on standard MediaWiki code - the support for —wiki is through standard MediaWiki (as proven above).
I fully understand what you explain about the PHP magic constant __DIR__ - but shouldn't your script then at least support the given --wiki database name and use it? In all my tests, it does not.
Thank you for documenting your approach. Here is mine - using the unpatched script updateExternalLinks.php:
root@mw1:~# cd /srv/mediawiki/w/extensions/RottenLinks/maintenance/ root@mw1:/srv/mediawiki/w/extensions/RottenLinks/maintenance# php updateExternalLinks.php The wiki database '' was not found.
Can you please tell me HOW you tested it? As I already explained, my installations are like this:
Jan 7 2020
$ w3m -dump https://abj.miraheze.org/wiki/Special:RottenLinks?stats=1
Status of external links
Jan 6 2020
wfGetDB( DB_MASTER ) opens a database connection from the wiki where the script is being ran (namely the --wiki option, or whatever the value of $wgDBname is).
as I wrote in my initial message, the original PHP script does not recognize when run from e.g. /MYPATH/wiki/en/extensions/ - it then also checks all URLs in the IntactiWiki pool's database named intactiwiki, but not in the English Intactiwiki database, which is named intactiwiki_en. My patch fixes this for me.
This is found under statistics.
The script is fairly bandwidth intensive. It’s not reasonable to allow any user on a wiki to run it on demand - it would be a decision of the system administrators running the extension when to run it.
I am not saying "please update it for my wiki".
I am saying "please give users a way to update it without needing a Steward's help."
Jan 5 2020
—wiki should be supported by default in all MediaWiki scripts. Miraheze is in a wikifarm setup which runs over 2k wikis in this set up and it works without problem.