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bug#18687: mw: modular MediaWiki interface for Emacs


From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: bug#18687: mw: modular MediaWiki interface for Emacs
Date: Thu, 01 Jan 2015 11:06:27 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.4.50 (gnu/linux)

Any reason you haven't installed it in GNU ELPA yet?
Anything I can help with to do that?


        Stefan


>>>>> "Ivan" == Ivan Shmakov <address@hidden> writes:

>       I kept improving the code throughout late October, late November
>       to early December, and then from December, 26…

>       And by now, as one might guess, – the vc-mw.el code has hardly
>       any readability left.

>       So, I’ve started cleaning up the resulting shameful mess.
>       Which includes moving a fair share of code from (my private
>       version of) vc-mw.el, as well as the “tokens” support bit from
>       mw-api.el, into the new mw-xapi.el module.  Along the way,
>       I also hope to publish fixes for the few bugs which I was able
>       to spot in the code as available from [1, 2].

>       Also to note that I use this interface on more or less daily
>       basis (see [3]), so even though I’m lazy to publish the changes,
>       – rest assured that the code gets a whole lot of my attention.
>       (Not that the HTTP server logs indicate that anyone’s
>       interested, but still…)

> [1] https://am-1.org/~ivan/archives/git/mw-el-2014.git
> [2] https://am-1.org/~ivan/archives/git/gitweb.cgi?p=mw-el-2014.git
> [3] https://tools.wmflabs.org/pirsquared/guc/?user=Ivan_Shmakov

>       Below is the summary of the features already implemented (but
>       yet to be made public) since the last published revision, in
>       roughly the order of decreasing “user visibility.”

>       • Fixed ‘vc-mw-buffer-page-state’ to support the new (as of
>         2014-11-20) two-argument interface in, – bringing back the
>         vc-mw.el compatibility with Emacs 25.  (Support for the
>         Emacs 24 three-argument interface is retained.)

>       • Added support for vc-dir, vc-diff, and vc-revert operations.

>       • Adapted ‘mw-eww-preview’ to the ‘eww-display-html’
>         “multi-buffer” support added on 2014-11-10.

>       • New ‘vc-mw-revision-query-alist’ customizable variable,
>         allowing for an empty “continuation cookie” to be added to all
>         the vc-mw.el queries in order to silence a warning emitted by
>         the recent MediaWiki versions.  And it allows for the set of
>         entries shown by vc-print-log to be customized, too, – to the
>         extent allowed by the remote MediaWiki instance.

>       • New ‘mw-buffer’, ‘mw-api’, and the package’s top-level ‘mw’
>         customization groups, allowing for easier customization of the
>         respective variables.

>       • The state determination code (vc-mw-buffer-page-state) will
>         now use SHA-1 digests of the revisions, either as returned by
>         the MediaWiki endpoint (including after running vc-print-log),
>         or as computed by vc-mw.el itself.  (Prior to this change,
>         vc-mw.el had to retrieve the full content of the page to
>         discern the needs-update vs. needs-merge and update vs. edited
>         states.)  Either way, the digests will be cached.

>       • Support for token types other than ‘csrf’ and ‘edit’.

>       • A few further fixes to vc-mw.el and mw-eww.el.

>       The features just planned are as follows.

>       • Associate buffer with a revision by its (cached) SHA-1.
>         Makes it possible to recover the state after, say, erasing the
>         desktop file.

>       • Customizable queries for mw-buffer.el, mw-eww.el, and
>         mw-info.el facilities, – also providing a way to get rid of
>         certain MediaWiki warnings.

>       • Asynchronous operation, – especially for vc-dir and
>         mw-buffer-try-file-name (try using vc-dir on a directory
>         holding some 768+ individual MediaWiki page files! or
>         restoring a desktop file listing all of them, anyway), but
>         also possibly for vc-print-log.

> -- 
> FSF associate member #7257  np. Conclusion — Apocalyptica 3013 B6A0 230E 334A







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