It's pretty easy to write a bit of python around page.move(newtitle,
comment) and have that ready to call from a commandline. That's how I
do mass file renames on the fly.
My script is for compat and is too nasty to share publicly but as it
works I don't want to invest time making it pretty. I can send it to
you, if you want to hack it down and use it as the basis of something
to put on github.
On 6 February 2016 at 12:28, Adrián Chaves Fernández
This feature is not supported as of today. I made an
attempt some time ago,
but I am abandoning it now: https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/182444/
Feel free to take over.
2016-01-06 22:01 GMT+01:00 Bináris <wikiposta(a)gmail.com>om>:
> I was just thinking about renaming articles in the way we change text by
> I use replace.py for correcting spelling errors. They may appear as well
> in titles. Is there a way to correct misspelled titles using the flexibility
> and robustness of replace.py and fixes.py?
> I can use them to search such articles without renaming, if I replace
> space to anything and write the regex to 'require-title' exception list, but
> it only allows one regex (being the listed expressions in AND relation),
> which is not really comfortable.