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antragsbot 0.5.1 http://antragsbot.sf.net * Doc Page <doc/index.html> * Classes <doc/html/annotated.html> * Files <doc/html/files.html> The Templates are in /wikitemplates The configuration is done in config.php. http://wiki.piratenpartei.de/Benutzer:LPT2011Bot/ as example Execution php ./antragsbot.php Wikimate Wikimate is a wrapper for the MediaWiki API that aims to be very easy to use. It consists of two classes currently: # **Wikimate** - serves as a loader and manager for different wiki objects (e.g. pages) # **WikiPage** - the only object made so far provides an interface to getting/editing pages # How do I use it? First of all make sure you download [Sean Hubers awesome curl wrapper](http://github.com/shuber/curl) and put `curl.php` in the directory with all these files. ## Configuration Need to make sure you have some configuration constants before hand so edit the config.php define('WIKI_USERNAME','testbot'); // bot name define('WIKI_PASSWORD','bottest'); // bot password define('WIKI_API','http://example.com/api.php'); // api url define('WIKIMATE_DEBUG', false); // turn debug output on/off And for antragsbot.php this: define('WIKI_ANTRAGSFABRIK', 'BY:Landesparteitag 2011.1/Antragsfabrik'); // Antragsfabrik * Section PRO WikiPage::SECTIONLIST_BY_NAME define('WIKI_PRO','F�R'); * Section CONS WikiPage::SECTIONLIST_BY_NAME define('WIKI_CONS','GEGEN'); * Section ABSTENTION WikiPage::SECTIONLIST_BY_NAME define('WIKI_ABS','enthalten'); * Votes for yes write back into the template define('WIKI_YESVOTE','|Ja = '); * Votes for no write back into the template define('WIKI_NOVOTE','|Nein = '); * Votes for abstention write back into the template define('WIKI_ABSVOTE','|Enthaltung = '); ## Usage Include the `globals.php` file and create a new Wikimate object. include 'globals.php'; $wiki = new Wikimate; On creating a new Wikimate object it will log into the wiki api - **if it fails to authenticate** your `$wiki` object will be null. You should get a meaningful error message telling you why it didn't authenticate. You can also enable/disable debugging with the `$wiki->debugMode($boolean)` method - currently only output from the logon process is printed for debugging. ### Getting a page object Once logged in you can start playing around with pages. If the title given to the WikiPage object is invalid, your `$page` object will be null. $page = $wiki->getPage('Sausages'); // create a new page object if ( $page->exists() ) die(); // check if the page exists or not echo $page->getTitle(); // get the title echo $page->getNumSections(); // get the number of sections on the page echo $page->getSectionOffsets(); // gives you an array of where each section starts and its length ### Reading... You can get the text of the page by using the `getText()` method which returns the text that was obtained when the page object was created. If you want fresh page text from the wiki then just put boolean `true` as the first argument. $wikiCode = $page->getText(); // get the text of the page $wikiCode = $page->getText(true); // get fresh page text from the api and rebuild sections You can get sections from the page as well, via the section index, or the section heading name $wikiCode = $page->getSection(0); // get the part between the title and the first section $wikiCode = $page->getSection('intro'); // get the part between the title and the first section $wikiCode = $page->getSection(4); // get the 4th section on the page $wikiCode = $page->getSection('History'); // get the section called History $wikiCode = $page->getSection(4, true); // get the 4th section on the page including the heading You can even get an array with all the sections in it by either index or name $sections = $page->getAllSections(); // get all the sections (by index number) $sections = $page->getAllSections(true); // get all the sections (by index number) with the section heading names $sections = $page->getAllSections(false, WikiPage:SECTIONLIST_BY_NAME); // get all the sections (by section name) $sections = $page->getAllSections(false, 2); // get all the sections (by section name) The array looks like this: Array ( [intro] => bit between title and first section [Summary] => The summary goes here [Context] => This is the context [Impact] => The impact is here [Media Articles] => Links go here [References] => <references/> ) ### Writing... You can modify the whole article using the `setText()` method: $page->setText("==Testing==\n\n This is a whole page"); // returns true if the edit worked $page->setText("==Changed==\n\n I just changed the whole page"); // the setText() method will overwrite the entire page! You can modify only sections of the article by adding a second parameter to the `setText()` method. Please note you can't use section names here **you must use section indexes**. $page->setText("==Section 4==\n\nThis will appear in section 4", 4 ); // provide a section number to overwrite only that section $page->setText("==New section==\n\nStuff", 'new' ) // ...or make a new section $page->setText("Sausages are cylindrical packages of meat.", 0 ) // ...zero is the very first section Minor edit switch and summary description are in the third and fourth arguments $page->setText( $text, $section, true, "removing spam!"); Here's some easier functions for editing sections $page->setSection( $text, $section, $summary, $minor ); $page->newSection( $sectionTitle, $text ); ### Other stuff Something go wrong? Check the error array print_r( $this->getError() ); Wanna run your own queries? You can use the edit and query commands in Wikimate: $data = array( 'prop' => 'info|revisions', 'intoken' = 'edit', 'titles' => 'this|that|other' ); // Send data as a query $array_result = $wiki->query( $data ); $data = array( 'title' => 'this', 'token' => '+\', // this is urlencoded automatically 'etc' => 'stuff' ); // Send as an edit query with content-type of application/x-www-form-urlencoded $array_result = $wiki->edit( $data ); Both methods return an array of the MediaWiki API result. # Requires? * Mediawiki API * Sean Hubers [awesome curl wrapper](http://github.com/shuber/curl) # Changelog ## Version 0.5 # Added antragsbot.php # Changed Wikimate.php $c->headers['Expect'] = ""; ## Version 0.4 # Added `WikiPage::newSection()` and `WikiPage::setSection()` (shortcuts to `WikiPage::setText()`) # Added the ability to get individual sections of the article with `WikiPage::getSection()` # Added the ability to get all sections in an array with `WikiPage::getAllSections()` # Added the ability to get array showing section offsets and lengths in the page wikicode with `WikiPage::getSectionOffsets()` # Added the ability to see how many sections are on a page with `WikiPage::getNumSections()` ## Version 0.3 # Initial commit
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