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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------​-- Namespace detect data ---- This module holds data for [[Module:Namespace detect]] to be loaded per ---- page, rather than per #invoke, for performance reasons. --​--------------------------------------------------------------------------------​
local cfg = require​(​'Module:Namespace detect/config')
local function addKey(t, key, defaultKey) if key ~= defaultKey then t[#t + 1] = key endend
-- Get a table of parameters to query for each default parameter name.-- This allows wikis to customise parameter names in the cfg table while-- ensuring that default parameter names will always work. The cfg table-- values can be added as a string, or as an array of strings.
local defaultKeys = { 'main', 'talk', 'other', 'subjectns', 'demospace', 'demopage'}
local argKeys = {}for i, defaultKey in ipairs(defaultKeys) do argKeys[defaultKey] = {defaultKey}end
for defaultKey, t in pairs(argKeys) do local cfgValue = cfg[defaultKey] local cfgValueType = type(cfgValue) if cfgValueType == 'string' then addKey(t, cfgValue, defaultKey) elseif cfgValueType == 'table' then for i, key in ipairs(cfgValue) do addKey(t, key, defaultKey) end end cfg[defaultKey] = nil -- Free the cfg value as we don't need it any more.end
local function getParamMappings() --[[ -- Returns a table of how parameter names map to namespace names. The keys -- are the actual namespace names, in lower case, and the values are the -- possible parameter names for that namespace, also in lower case. The -- table entries are structured like this: -- { -- [''] = {'main'}, -- ['wikipedia'] = {'wikipedia', 'project', 'wp'}, -- ... -- } --]] local mappings = {} local mainNsName = mw​.​site​.​subjectNamespaces​[​0​].​name mainNsName = mw​.​ustring​.​lower​(​mainNsName​) mappings​[​mainNsName​] = mw​.​clone​(​argKeys​.​main​) mappings['talk'] = mw​.​clone​(​argKeys​.​talk​) for nsid, ns in pairs​(​mw​.​site​.​subjectNamespaces​) do if nsid ~= 0 then -- Exclude main namespace. local nsname = mw​.​ustring​.​lower​(​ns​.​name​) local canonicalName = mw​.​ustring​.​lower​(​ns​.​canonicalName​) mappings[nsname] = {nsname} if canonicalName ~= nsname then table.insert​(​mappings​[​nsname​], canonicalName) end for _, alias in ipairs(ns.aliases) do table.insert​(​mappings​[​nsname​], mw​.​ustring​.​lower​(​alias​)) end end end return mappingsend
return { argKeys = argKeys, cfg = cfg, mappings = getParamMappings()}
Last edited on 12 September 2014, at 10:50
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