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Autoedit
Language(s): javascript
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Autoedit is Lupin's user-space script that enables automatic page editing via commands in URLs (see also: Manual:Parameters to index.php). To use, you need to include autoedit.js in your personal or global JavaScript (if you have working Pop-ups, you must also have included that) by adding the following lines:

mw.loader.load('//en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Lupin/autoedit.js&action=raw&ctype=text/javascript');

Arguments[edit | edit source]

?title=Article
&action=edit
&autoedit=s~...~...~g;s~...~...~g
&autoclick=wpDiff
&autominor=false
&autosummary=Summary
  1. ?title=... – article title
  2. &action=edit – action
  3. &autoedit=... – autoedit script
    • s~ – begin of replace command
    • ... – it will be replaced by next text (may be a regular expression); cannot contain ~ chars, for enter text to empty page (or new section in existing one) keep it empty
    • ~
    • ... – next text ;); cannot contain ~ chars
    • ~g – end of replace command

    Script can contain multiple commands, separated by ;

  4. &autoclick=... – button pressed after autoedit (wpDiff, wpSave, wpPreview)
  5. &autominor=... – is change minor
  6. &autosummary=... – summary of edit

Example[edit | edit source]

To replace all cat words with dog in article Animals, you can use this command:

http://www.yourwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Animals&action=edit&autoedit=s~cat~dog~g&autoclick=wpSave&autominor=false&autosummary=Replace%20cat%20by%20dog

Using in[edit | edit source]

This function is used in Lupin's Pop-ups script.

See also[edit | edit source]

Snippets/WriteInPage