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Thank you for your fast reply!
The issue raises actually because  returns "pseudo-interwiki" links
given by the DB names like 'dewiki', 'enwiki', and so on...
So in that case I would be happy with any piece of code within the
framework that is (somehow) able to deal with such links. At the moment
site = pywikibot.getSite()
to try to deal with those links. But this list contains 'wiki' as known
family and if I try to use
this won't work. To be more specific e.g. I get following 2 links:
the I look up the list and can see 'wikisource' and 'wiki' beeing there.
Next step I try to convert to valid interwiki links and get:
the first one (and a lot of similar links work perfectly) but the second
one (and for me the most frequent ones) does not work! It triggers:
wiki:de:User talk:DrTrigon is not a local page on wikipedia:de, and
the wiki family is not supported by PyWikipediaBot!
which is obviously not true at all!
On the other hand IF I do write
w:de:User talk:DrTrigon OR de:User talk:DrTrigon
it does work, but as far as I can see 'w' is no valid family at all.
To summarize its possible to handle this but to me it does not seam very
consistent behaviour, what do you think?
Thanks and Greetings
Am 30.08.2011 13:03, schrieb Merlijn van Deen:
Hello Dr. Trigon,
On 30 August 2011 11:39, Dr. Trigon <dr.trigon(a)surfeu.ch
I wanted to ask the question  here again. Would it be possible
to include a 'wiki' family to enable such interwiki links?
I'm not quite sure which interwiki links you mean. Links between
families are currently not supported afaik, and using 'wiki:blah'
on wikipedia does not make much sense. To make matters worse,
'wiki:blah' can link to enwp:blah, but also to nlwp:blah, depending
on which page it was linked from.
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