Sorry, didn't notice the reply just went to xqt, here's a forward to the list.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Morten Wang <nettrom(a)gmail.com>
Date: 13 April 2012 14:15
Subject: Re: Re: Re: [Pywikipedia-l] Recent changes, permission denied
need patrol right
I grabbed the latest trunk from SVN and wrote a variant of the test
script I linked to earlier, and then it works just fine.
What's the take on trunk vs 2.0? When I started using PWB a couple of
years ago (or thereabouts), 2.0 was the preferred version. Should I
consider switching back?
On 13 April 2012 11:35, <info(a)gno.de> wrote:
Oh I see, its pwb 2.0. Have you ever tried to run your
script with the trunk release?
----- Original Nachricht ----
Von: Morten Wang <nettrom(a)gmail.com>
Datum: 13.04.2012 17:02
Betreff: Re: Re: [Pywikipedia-l] Recent changes, permission denied need patrol right
> I am also confused by this bug. Figured out a test-case that triggers
> the error, code available from http://pastebin.com/1ES5Pxfc
> If I comment out line 31 so it doesn't request the patrolled flag, the
> request succeeds. I also noticed that if I do that and check the
> userinfo sent back from the API for the third request, it says
> username is "SuggestBot", which means it shouldn't fail?
> On 13 April 2012 03:53, <info(a)gno.de> wrote:
> > I still do not understand the relationship. interwiki.py operates on
> different sites too without having these problems.
> > Regards
> > xqt
> > ----- Original Nachricht ----
> > Von: Morten Wang <nettrom(a)gmail.com>
> > An: Pywikipedia discussion list <pywikipedia-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
> > Datum: 12.04.2012 22:17
> > Betreff: Re: [Pywikipedia-l] Recent changes,
> > permission denied need patrol right
> >> I've finally found some more time to fiddle with this problem. The
> >> problem appears to be related to the fact that I'm using one script
> >> that grabs data from three different Wikipedias (English, Norwegian,
> >> and Swedish) with three different accounts. Doing them in order the
> >> script correctly logs in to each one, and when it later returns to the
> >> first one it seems to think it's logged in. Looking at the cookie
> >> info I see that the centralAuth info is correct for the Swedish
> >> account, not for the English, and there are cookies for user ID and
> >> username for each of the three langauges. So if the script thinks
> >> it's logged in to English Wikipedia and sends the request, the API
> >> will correctly notice that the info isn't consistent and throw the
> >> error.
> >> Is my reasoning correct here? Is there something I can do on my end
> >> to force a login every time, or should I instead write my scripts so
> >> they run separately for each account?
> >> Footnotes:
> >> 1: Once upon a time it seemed like a great idea...
> >> 2: Need to be logged in to read the patrolled flag, from what I've
> >> been able to figure out.
> >> Cheers,
> >> Morten
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