To get the version, the easiest is just looking at special:version.
From a script you could probably do something like
echo 'echo $wgVersion' | php eval.php
If you are in the maintenance directory. Or just grep
Alternatively you can use the mediawiki api (possibly using curl if from
the command line) e.g.
For replicating id suggest special:import and special:export (or the api or
maintenance script equivs)
You can edit pages from script by using edit.php maintenance script (or of
course the api & curl)
For replicating a page i would s
On Thursday, September 26, 2019, JFC Morfin <jefsey(a)jefsey.com> wrote:
For more than a decade I publish my own working groups, personnal uses,
etc. wikis. I have hundreds of "bliks": I mean a mediawiki under SQLite +
mailman + side services. Each wiki under SQLite can be easily transfered
to other machines (privare or on line) and replicated on several local
machines (for private use and backup) in using dropbox. The configuration
is set-up with a script creating the directories, most of them being
symbolic links to a main wiki configuration, one per machine.
This may sound crazy but it works well. Now, not being a PHP nor SQL
programmer I would need help on three issues:
* what is the command to know the mediawiki version I use?
* on different "bliks", i.e. these SQLite supported wikis, I need to get
the same page (a glossary) to be locally present. Is there a way to
maintain a page on a single SQLight wiki and to get it replicated on others
(I just need the current version of the page, not its history) ?
* is there a command I could use (also in a script) to enter references to
pdf or image files I could then click form wikipages.
Thanks a lot for any help.
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