Hey, I just saw Special:Diff/3858844, The code I wrote would very likely explode majestically if we use "notnull" instead of "NotNull". Where did you see the DBAL docs? I can work on it and fix it though, not too complicated.
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Casing in abstract schemas
Sorry, I assumed it's case insensitive because both the page and your patches already had mixed case (`Notnull` and `NotNull`).
The docs I mentioned are https://github.com/doctrine/dbal/blob/2.10.x/docs/en/reference/schema-representation.rst
It can still work fine with both and I don't mind lower case either. It's that setOption in Column.php is like this: https://github.com/doctrine/dbal/blob/2.10.x/lib/Doctrine/DBAL/Schema/Column.php#L75 so I assume "setnotnull" wouldn't work. I dig deeper and let you know.
hmm, it's because php function calls are case insensitive: https://stackoverflow.com/a/5643544/2596051 so it doesn't matter which way. There's pros and cons:
- "NotNull" is closer to the actual declaration
- "notnull" is easier to read, looks better IMO.
I don't know which way to go TBH.
Given the docs, I would say latter. Let's go with the latter.
Page moves on renames
Hi Tgr. Hope that you're doing okay. I was wondering if do you think https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/372803/ is now ready? Regards.
The patch looks fine, I just want to test it locally before merging. Sorry for not having gotten around to do that; it has been on my todo list for a long time but I always had something more urgent. I'll try to merge it this week (no promises, this is conferences week for the WMF).
On a closer look, The exception handling shouldn't be done that way.
Hopefully @Melos can take care of fixing the issue :) Thanks for your time.
I've uploaded another patch could you take a look now please?
OAuth for pywikibot
Hi! First of all thanks for the new tutorial Manual:Pywikibot/OAuth/Wikimedia. However, since the bot edits must be performed with the bot account, it is not completely clear if the bot operator should fill the OAuth form while logged on mediawiki.org with his main account or with the bot account. Moreover few details about the RSA key would be useful. (can I use it with Pywikibot? Should I use it? Is it mandatory? How can I use it?) -- Basilicofresco (talk) 03:42, 6 August 2016 (UTC)
You need to fill the form with whichever account you want to give the bot access to. (So probably the bot account, although I'm not sure how much sense it makes with OAuth to have a separate personal and bot account. cf. phab:T142303)
As far as I know Pywikibot does not support the RSA signature method for OAuth, and in any case it's complicated (you have to know how to generate an RSA key, for starters), which is why it is left out of the tutorial.
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Hi Tgr, I added a comment to T64266 about the problem with the MultimediaViewer (a suggestion about a simple solution for the problem). Is there anybody left after all this time (2014) to take care of this problem? Regards, Wilrooij ~~~~
Changing the behavior is not technically complicated, there was just no consensus on whether that's a good idea. Anyway MediaViewer is maintained by the Multimedia team and I haven't been a member for a couple years now. The product manager for Multimedia is Ramsey Isler so he is probably the best person to talk to about this.
Hello Tgr, thank you, for your information. I will contact him.
ik kan het even niet plaatsen
Ik ben bereid om mee te werken maar op dit moment weet ik niet waar te beginnen
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Looks like I just accidentally pushed the rollback link from Special:Recentchanges, my apologies - self-reverted.