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Esta extensão acompanha o MediaWiki 1.18 e superiores. Assim, não é necessário baixá-la novamente. No entanto, você ainda precisa seguir as outras instruções fornecidas.
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Renameuser
Estado da versão: estável
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Implementação User identity , Special page , Hook
Descrição Provides a special page that allows user accounts to be renamed
Autor(es) Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmasontalk
Última versão continuous updates
MediaWiki 1.25+
PHP 5.4+
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Licença GNU General Public License 2.0 or later
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The Renameuser extension provides a special page which allows authorized users to rename user accounts. This will cause page histories, etc. to be updated. If you want to rename an account "into" another, already existing one, you need the User Merge and Delete extension.

Installation

  • Baixe e coloque o(s) arquivo(s) num diretório chamado Renameuser na sua pasta extensions/.
  • Adicione o seguinte código ao final do seu arquivo LocalSettings.php:
    wfLoadExtension( 'Renameuser' );
    
  • Yes Pronto – Navegue à página Special:Version em sua wiki para verificar se a instalação da extensão foi bem sucedida.

Para usuários executando o MediaWiki 1.24 ou anteriores:

As instruções acima descrevem a nova forma de instalar essa extensão utilizando wfLoadExtension() Se precisar instalar essa extensão em versões antigas (MediaWiki 1.24 e anteriores), em vez de wfLoadExtension( 'Renameuser' );, você precisa usar:

require_once "$IP/extensions/Renameuser/Renameuser.php";

Usage

  1. As a bureaucrat, access the Special:Renameuser page
  2. Enter the name of the user to be renamed, and the desired new name, toggle the options to move user/talk pages and their subpages and to create redirects as desired, and click OK

The user will be renamed, and (if the appropriate option was checked) the user page, user talk page and all their subpages will be moved as well.

The ability of this extension to move user subpages does not depend on 'move-subpages' userright. The number of subpages moved is not limited by the $wgMaximumMovedPages parameter. The extension will also move all css, js and move-protected pages.

You can grant other groups the right to rename users, for example:

$wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['renameuser'] = true;

Notes

  • In case CentralAuth is installed, you'll get a warning if you try to rename a local user from an account attached to a global account or to a username reserved by a global account; a check box to rename anyway will be provided (this requires caution). You should probably use CentralAuth's built-in Special:GlobalRenameUser and Special:GlobalRenameRequest/Special:GlobalRenameQueue.
  • You will not be able to rename users to invalid usernames (which doesn't equal usernames which match a blacklist but includes for instance reserved usernames ).

Technical note

This extension introduces and invokes the RenameUserComplete hook to notify other extensions of user renames.

Frequently asked question

There were so many userpages that it timed out partway through moving them from User:A/subpage... to User:B/subpage... What do I do now?

You can't fix the situation by immediately trying again to rename User A to User B, because it will simply say "The user 'User A' does not exist." To fix the situation, rename User B back to User A, after unchecking the box "Move user and talk pages (and their subpages) to new name". Then rename User A to User B again, this time leaving the box "Move user and talk pages (and their subpages) to new name" checked. The page moving will resume where it left off.