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MediaWiki 1.25 est une ancienne version de MediaWiki. Consultez le fichier RELEASE NOTES pour voir la liste complète des modifications. Il a été déployé sur les wikis de la Wikimedia Foundation avec les branches incrémentielles « wmf » de septembre 2014 à avril 2015. La version stable 1.25.0 a été publiée le lundi 25 mai 2015. Une version 1.25.1 a été publiée peu après à cause d’une erreur de syntaxe dans un fichier JSON de l’extension ConfirmEdit. Elle contient plus de 2 200 modifications effectuées par plus de 140 développeurs, ainsi que le travail de nombreux traducteurs.

Téléchargez Template:$1 ou récupérez le contenu de la branche REL1_25 dans Git pour suivre cette version.

Indicateurs

Templates that add icons to the top right corner of the page (and more) can be updated to use the new page status indicators feature.

Modifications récentes améliorées

Vidéo de 15 secondes montrant les fonctionnalités principales : regroupement, expansion, différences entre versions

MediaWiki now uses by default the extended watchlist and so called enhanced recent changes (preference "Grouper les changements par page dans les modifications récentes et la liste de suivi"), which also received several improvements in MediaWiki 1.24 and 1.25 (tâche T37785).

This means that Special:RecentChanges and Special:Watchlist show all the changes to each page in a given day, sorted by page rather than chronologically. Changes to each page are collapsed by default and a compact overview is shown, with links to collated diffs and counts of each user's actions. Full activity for an individual page can then be shown with a single click.

Users will no longer need to know in detail how a single change was chosen for display in order to figure out what else may have happened to the page that day, nor to scan a long list of non-contiguous lines on the screen in order to get a complete picture. The change is part of MediaWiki's evolution towards an interface which is more discoverable and less cluttered by default, while equally easy to quickly access in full, with the help of JavaScript. However, the (grouped) layout is an improvement for non-JavaScript users as well.

Aperçu rapide

While editing, you're not sure what a wikitext syntax will produce? That's no longer a problem, now that live preview is no longer experimental. By enabling the feature in your preferences, MediaWiki will display the effect of your edits without fully reloading the page, so that you can quickly correct any mistake.

Importation

The import tool is now much easier to use on content from a wiki which has different namespaces than yours (e.g. because it's in another language).

Suppression des compteurs de vues

MediaWiki no longer includes hit counters in core, following a request for comment, which means that Special:PopularPages and the "Most Viewed Pages" section of Special:Statistics are now removed. The hit numbers, which occurred until the 1.25 upgrade was installed, will still be kept in the database, but they will no longer be updated. If you want to continue using this functionality: It has been re-implemented into Extension:HitCounters.


Internationalisation

Journalisation et genres

Continuing the work in MediaWiki 1.18 and 1.19, multiple log types of Special:Log have been migrated to the new logging system, which allows full internationalization including word order and grammatical gender. The migration continues. See tâche T26620 for a list.

Nouvelles langues

Les langues suivantes ont été ajoutées :

  • awadhi
  • baloutchi occidental
  • koyraboro senni

Notes de mise à jour pour les administrateurs d’installations MediaWiki

Changements brisant la compatibilité

Modifications de la configuration

More configuration defaults have been flipped, to reduce the strain needed by most administrators to get a sensibly-configured install. See the full release notes for details.

Modifications de l'API

A large amount of time was spent cleaning up the API, making the output saner, and friendlier for new developers to use. The following breaking changes are included in 1.25:

The API documentation was overhauled to use internationalized messages, a prettier format, and be easier to navigate. The help can be embedded or linked to in wiki pages by transcluding Special:ApiHelp. For those who preferred being able to see all documentation in one page, you can use recursivesubmodules=1.

API responses in format=json or php have a more sensible data layout if clients specify a new formatversion=2 parameter in requests (tâche T76728). If you do not specify this, API responses should be backwards-compatible, but in some cases developers of API modules will need to update their extension to ensure this. All extensions that are developed in Wikimedia Gerrit have been updated in 1.25 to ensure backwards compatibility. More details are in API:JSON version 2 and the generated API help for json format.

Schéma

  • Update user_newtalk.user_id to an unsigned integer
  • Increase the length for various comment and reason fields to prepare for increasing the edit summary length

Modification du chargement des extensions

To work towards a proper configuration database, we are changing the way extensions and skins are registered with MediaWiki. Extensions and skins can now move their metadata into extension.json or skin.json, and use wfLoadExtension( 'FooBar' ); or wfLoadSkin( 'FooBar' ); to load those that support it. All extensions and skins bundled with the tarball support this. The old style of loading by require_once "$IP/extensions/FooBar/FooBar.php"; will continue to be supported for backwards-compatibility.

If you do not keep your extensions or skins inside the default location ($IP/extensions, $IP/skins), you will need to set $wgExtensionDirectory for extensions, and the poorly named $wgStyleDirectory for skins.

Developer documentation on how to migrate extensions can be found at extension registration.

Profilage de code moins intrusif

The entire profiling system has been overhauled to be more flexible and less invasive using the xhprof extension. Manual wfProfileIn and wfProfileOut function calls are no longer needed and should be removed. See Manual:Profiling for an overview of the new options and how to update your StartProfiler.php.

Bibliothèques externes

As part of the Library infrastructure for MediaWiki project, MediaWiki core now uses composer for managing external dependencies instead of copying the files into our code repo, such as CSSJanus and lessphp. In addition, libraries not specific to MediaWiki that were originally written for MediaWiki, such as the CDB library, were moved out into their own repos.

The tarball will contain these dependencies and the upgrade process for tarball users should stay the same. Users who have cloned from git will need to follow the instructions at Download from Git#Fetch external libraries. Installed libraries will be displayed upon Special:Version in their own section.

Meilleur support des extensions gérées par Composer

composer.json was previously used for composer-managed extensions, but it is now used for managing dependencies of MediaWiki core. After discussions regarding this issue, a composer-merge-plugin was developed so sysadmins could specify their dependencies in a composer.local.json. More documentation is available at Composer/For extensions.

Calendrier des publications

Les dates prévisionnelles des versions mineures de la branche 1.25 sont les suivantes :

Publication Date
1.25.0 2015-05-25
1.25.1 2015-05-25; corrige des problèmes de QuestyCaptcha et ReCaptcha qui étaient publiés avec la version 1.25.0.
1.25.2 2015-08-10
1.25.3 2015-10-16
1.25.4 2015-12-18
1.25.5 2015-12-22[1]
1.25.6 2016-05-20


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