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Re: MediaWiki-l Digest, Vol 192, Issue 15

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<[hidden email]> 于 2019年9月27日周五 下午8:03写道:

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> Hi!
> For more than a decade I publish my own working groups, personnal
> uses, etc. wikis. I have hundreds of "bliks": I mean a mediawiki
> under SQLite + mailman + side services.  Each wiki under SQLite can
> be easily transfered to other machines (privare or on line) and
> replicated on several local machines (for private use and backup) in
> using dropbox. The configuration is set-up with a script creating the
> directories, most of them being symbolic links to a main wiki
> configuration, one per machine.
>
> This may sound crazy but it works well.  Now, not being a PHP nor SQL
> programmer I would need help on three issues:
>
> * what is the command to know the mediawiki version I use?
> * on different "bliks", i.e. these SQLite supported wikis, I need to
> get the same page (a glossary) to be locally present. Is there a way
> to maintain a page on a single SQLight wiki and to get it replicated
> on others (I just need the current version of the page, not its history) ?
> * is there a command I could use (also in a script) to enter
> references to pdf or image files I could then click form wikipages.
>
> Thanks a lot for any help.
> jfcm
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> Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2019 18:27:11 -0700
> From: Brian Wolff <[hidden email]>
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> To get the version, the easiest is just looking at special:version.
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> >From a script you could probably do something like
>
> echo 'echo $wgVersion' | php eval.php
>
> If you are in the maintenance directory. Or just grep
> includes/DefaultSettings.php
>
> Alternatively you can use the mediawiki api (possibly using curl if from
> the command line) e.g.
>  https://www.mediawiki.org/w/api.php?action=query&meta=siteinfo
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>
> For replicating id suggest special:import and special:export (or the api or
> maintenance script equivs)
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> You can edit pages from script by using edit.php maintenance script (or of
> course the api & curl)
>
> --
> Brian
>
> For replicating a page  i would s
> On Thursday, September 26, 2019, JFC Morfin <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> > Hi!
> > For more than a decade I publish my own working groups, personnal uses,
> > etc. wikis. I have hundreds of "bliks": I mean a mediawiki under SQLite +
> > mailman + side services.  Each wiki under SQLite can be easily transfered
> > to other machines (privare or on line) and replicated on several local
> > machines (for private use and backup) in using dropbox. The configuration
> > is set-up with a script creating the directories, most of them being
> > symbolic links to a main wiki configuration, one per machine.
> >
> > This may sound crazy but it works well.  Now, not being a PHP nor SQL
> > programmer I would need help on three issues:
> >
> > * what is the command to know the mediawiki version I use?
> > * on different "bliks", i.e. these SQLite supported wikis, I need to get
> > the same page (a glossary) to be locally present. Is there a way to
> > maintain a page on a single SQLight wiki and to get it replicated on
> others
> > (I just need the current version of the page, not its history) ?
> > * is there a command I could use (also in a script) to enter references
> to
> > pdf or image files I could then click form wikipages.
> >
> > Thanks a lot for any help.
> > jfcm
> >
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> Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2019 06:04:32 -0400
> From: Gregory Rundlett <[hidden email]>
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> On Thu, Sep 26, 2019, 8:02 PM JFC Morfin <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> > Hi!
> > For more than a decade I publish my own working groups, personnal
> > uses, etc. wikis. I have hundreds of "bliks": I mean a mediawiki
> > under SQLite + mailman + side services.  Each wiki under SQLite can
> > be easily transfered to other machines (privare or on line) and
> > replicated on several local machines (for private use and backup) in
> > using dropbox. The configuration is set-up with a script creating the
> > directories, most of them being symbolic links to a main wiki
> > configuration, one per machine.
> >
> > This may sound crazy but it works well.  Now, not being a PHP nor SQL
> > programmer I would need help on three issues:
> >
> > * what is the command to know the mediawiki version I use?
> >
>
> Visit the Special:Version page on your wiki.
>
> * on different "bliks", i.e. these SQLite supported wikis, I need to
> > get the same page (a glossary) to be locally present. Is there a way
> > to maintain a page on a single SQLight wiki and to get it replicated
> > on others (I just need the current version of the page, not its history)
> ?
> >
>
> You want the Lingo extension (
> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Lingo)
> and a default database that has the content.
>
> * is there a command I could use (also in a script) to enter
> > references to pdf or image files I could then click form wikipages.
> >
>
> I'm not sure what you're asking for here. But if you install the PdfHandler
> extension (https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:PdfHandler), you'll
> have previews of your PDF files.  If you're trying to enter references to
> these files from the page editor, then all the editor's I'm aware of
> support inserting files.
>
> ~ Greg
>
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