Module:File link/sandbox
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This is the module sandbox page for Module:File link (diff).
See also the companion subpage for test cases (run).
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This module depends on the following other modules:
This module is used to construct wikitext links to files. It is primarily useful for templates and modules that use complicated logic to make file links. Simple file links should be made with wikitext markup directly, as it uses less resources than calling this module. For help with wikitext file markup please refer to the documentation at mediawiki.org.
Usage from wikitext
From wikitext, this module should be called from a template, usually {{file link}}. Please see the template page for documentation. However, it can also be called using the syntax
{{#invoke:File link|main|arguments}}
.
Usage from Lua
First, you need to import the module.
local mFileLink = require('Module:File link')
Then you can make file links using the _main function.
mFileLink​.​_main​(​args​)
args is a table of arguments that can have the following keys:
  • file - the filename. (required)
  • format - the file format, e.g. 'thumb', 'thumbnail', 'frame', 'framed', or 'frameless'.
  • formatfile - a filename to specify with the 'thumbnail' format option. The filename specified will be used instead of the automatically generated thumbnail.
  • border - set this to true or "yes" (or any other value recognized as true by Module:Yesno) to set a border for the image.
  • location - the horizontal alignment of the file, e.g. 'right', 'left', 'center', or 'none'.
  • alignment - the vertical alignment of the file, e.g. 'baseline', 'middle', 'sub', 'super', 'text-top', 'text-bottom', 'top', or 'bottom'.
  • size - the size of the image, e.g. '100px', 'x100px' or '100x100px'.
  • upright - the 'upright' parameter, used for setting the size of tall and thin images.
  • link - the page that the file should link to. Use the blank string '' to suppress the default link to the file description page.
  • alt - the alt text. Use the blank string '' to suppress the default alt text.
  • caption - a caption for the file.
  • page - sets a page number for multi-paged files such as PDFs.
  • class - adds a class parameter to image links. The MediaWiki software adds this parameter to the class="..." attribute of the image's <img /> element when the page is rendered into HTML.
  • lang - adds a language attribute to specify what language to render the file in.
  • start - specifies a start time for audio and video files.
  • end - specifies an end time for audio and video files.
  • thumbtime - specifies the time to use to generate the thumbnail image for video files.
To see the effect of each of these parameters, see the images help page on mediawiki.org.
Examples
With the file only:
mFileLink.main{file = 'Example.png'}-- Renders as [[File:Example.png]]
With format, size, link and caption options:
mFileLink.main{ file = 'Example.png', format = 'thumb', size = '220px', link = 'Wikipedia:Sandbox', caption = 'An example.'}-- Renders as [[File:Example.png|thumb|220px|link=Wikipedia:Sandbox|An example.]]
With format, size, and border:
mFileLink.main{ file = 'Example.png', format = 'frameless', size = '220px', border = true}-- Renders as [[File:Example.png|frameless|border|220px]]
The above documentation is transcluded from Module:File link/doc. (edit | history)
Editors can experiment in this module's sandbox (edit | diff) and testcases (edit | run) pages.
Add categories to the /doc subpage. Subpages of this module.
-- This module provides a library for formatting file wikilinks.
local yesno = require​(​'Module:Yesno'​)​local checkType = require​(​'libraryUtil'​).​checkType​
local p = {}
function p._main(args) checkType('_main', 1, args, 'table')
-- This is basically libraryUtil.checkTypeForNamedArg, but we are rolling our -- own function to get the right error level. local function checkArg(key, val, level) if type(val) ~= 'string' then error(string.format( "type error in '%s' parameter of '_main' (expected string, got %s)", key, type(val) ), level) end end
local ret = {}
-- Adds a positional parameter to the buffer. local function addPositional(key) local val = args[key] if not val then return nil end checkArg(key, val, 4) ret[#ret + 1] = val end
-- Adds a named parameter to the buffer. We assume that the parameter name -- is the same as the argument key. local function addNamed(key) local val = args[key] if not val then return nil end checkArg(key, val, 4) ret[#ret + 1] = key .. '=' .. val end
-- Filename checkArg('file', args.file, 3) ret[#ret + 1] = 'File:' .. args.file
-- Format if args.format then checkArg('format', args.format) if args.formatfile then checkArg('formatfile', args.formatfile) ret[#ret + 1] = args.format .. '=' .. args.formatfile else ret[#ret + 1] = args.format end end
-- Border if yesno(args.border) then ret[#ret + 1] = 'border' end
addPositional​(​'location'​) addPositional​(​'alignment'​) addPositional('size') addNamed('upright') addNamed('link') addNamed('alt') addNamed('page') addNamed('class') addNamed('lang') addNamed('start') addNamed('end') addNamed​(​'thumbtime'​) addPositional​(​'caption'​)
return string.format('[[%s]]', table.concat(ret, '|'))end
function p.main(frame) local origArgs = require​(​'Module:Arguments'​).​getArgs​(​frame​, { wrappers = 'Template:File link' }) if not origArgs.file then error("'file' parameter missing from [[Template:File link]]", 0) end
-- Copy the arguments that were passed to a new table to avoid looking up -- every possible parameter in the frame object. local args = {} for k, v in pairs(origArgs) do -- Make _BLANK a special argument to add a blank parameter. For use in -- conditional templates etc. it is useful for blank arguments to be -- ignored, but we still need a way to specify them so that we can do -- things like [[File:Example.png|link=]]. if v == '_BLANK' then v = '' end args[k] = v end return p​.​_main​(​args​)​end​
return p
Last edited on 18 December 2014, at 14:04
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