Extension:UserHistory

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UserHistory
Release status: stable
Implementation Special page
Description Adds additional Special page which lists all your previously read articles
Author(s) Ferveotalk
Latest version 1.0.1
MediaWiki 1.27.0
License MIT License
Download https://github.com/rexem/UserHistory
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/rexem/UserHistory/master/README.md
Hooks used
ArticleFromTitle
LoadExtensionSchemaUpdates
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UserHistory is an extension to the MediaWiki software that keeps track of all articles accessed by a logged in user. It creates an additional Special page in which you can find all your previously visited articles.

Purpose[edit]

You know that time when you read a fascinating fact but completely forgot the article name and where you read it? No more! Add a simple UserHistory extension to your wiki portal and your history will be accessible in a single place.

For more information, please see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:UserHistory

Download[edit]

Using git directly:

cd extensions/
git clone https://github.com/rexem/UserHistory.git


Alternatively download the source code directly from GitHub: https://github.com/rexem/UserHistory/archive/master.zip

Extract the contents, rename the resulting directory to UserHistory, and add it to your MediaWiki extensions folder.

Installation[edit]

Once downloaded and located in you 'extensions' directory, add the following code to your LocalSettings.php file:

wfLoadExtension( 'UserHistory' );

Issues and Feedback[edit]

Any issues could be reported on the GitHub issue tracking system: https://github.com/rexem/UserHistory/issues

Alternatively on the https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:UserHistory talk page

Contributing[edit]

Please create a pull request against UserHistory GitHub repository using the latest available code.

Please make sure your code complies with MediaWiki PHPSniffer definition and other coding conventions.