When using generators is there any way to get the pages element to
be an array?
For example the next json :
"title": "mean air mhean"
What I'm looking for is this:
"title": "mean air mhean"
If I format it as xml  the "pages" element has "page"
sub-elements and the "pageid" is an attribute to those. I would expect
json to behave in a similar way.
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I am not sure this is the right place for this issue, so please redirect me
if there is a better forum.
I have been loading the wikipedia page for
India<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India>programmatically as part of
testing my project. It was working fine, until
recently. Now, most of the time (but not always), loading it gives me
Other pages on wikipedia work fine both programmatically and from the
This particular page also loads fine from my browser (safari on mac) -
but when I load it programmatically (using curl or open-uri from mac-os x),
the content is garbled.
I am using a user agent, but don't know what changed.
I tried closing the bar on top which appeared recently (Jimmy Wales
message), but even without that bar, it seems to be garbled.
Simple question: is there any way to use the MediaWiki API to find a list of
redirects *to* a given page? In other words, if I have A #REDIRECT [[B]],
can I query B and find out that A is pointing to it? Special:WhatLinksHere
does this in the normal UI, but I couldn't find a matching API query.
I use opensearch to search Wikimedia Commons for images for a search tool I
have created. The query is as follows:
However, I find that the number of "Item" elements returned by this query is
often either 9, 10 or 11. So far it seems that the number is more or less
within this range.
Is there some sort of limit on the number of results that are fetched? How
could I get more results?
Thanks in advance,
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