When imagetransfer.py is used, does it relay the file being transferred via a download to the user and then reupload; or does it take it direct from one wiki to another? I am looking to move large djvu files from Commons to Wikisource, and having them download and upload is just going to slow the process significantly. Thanks. billinghurstsDrewth 12:41, 4 August 2010 (UTC)
pywikibot.exceptions.NoPage: (dead:en, u'[[en:Http://dead.wikia.com/wiki/Paradise Plaza]]', 'Page does not exist. In rare cases, if you are certain the page does exist, look into overriding family.RversionTab')
(I modified the actual url)
pywikipedia\family.py has the following:
def RversionTab(self, code):
"""Change this to some regular expression that shows the page we
found is an existing page, in case the normal regexp does not work."""
I'm working on importing all images from a Wikia wiki to a Miraheze wiki. Wikia refused to provide the images when I copied the wiki. So now I have tons of broken image links in the new location. I'm told this script can help. But I can't figure it out. I have a family created and the user config file set up. But I can't figure out the command line needed. Does imagetransfer.py support importing all images or is it mainly intended for a handful? Will (Talk - contribs) 09:59, 10 October 2017 (UTC)