User:Dmilewski/Wikibot

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I set this bot up so that I only need to edit one section to do my work. Everything else stays the same.

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use CMS::MediaWiki;


#--------------------------
# GENERAL SETUP
#---------------------------

# Establish Control Variables
$wikiusername='USERNAME';
$wikipassword='PASSWORD';
$Purpose=;
$WikiPageTitle=;
$WikiPageSummary='Auto-creating links';

#
# Create a session with the dndwiki
#

 my $mw = CMS::MediaWiki->new(
       # protocol => 'https',  # Optional, default is http
       host  => 'www.dandwiki.com',   # Default: localhost
       # path  => 'wiki' ,       # Can be empty on 3rd-level domain Wikis
       debug => 0             # Optional. 0=no debug msgs, 1=some msgs, 2=more msgs
 );
 #
 # Log into the wiki
 #

 if ($mw->login(user => $wikiusername, pass => $wikipassword)) {
       print STDERR "Could not login\n";
       exit;
 }
 else {
       print "Logged In\n";
 }



#Open the list of pages that this script will process

open (INFILE, $ARGV[0]) || die "No such file.";
  1. ----------------------------------------
  2. Process Data
  3. ----------------------------------------
  1. for each page title in the designated file, go editing.


  1. Load pages into a hash. This is a trick to reduce redundant pages, and so speed up editing.
  2. The keys are the important data. The values in the hash are all zero.

foreach (<INFILE>) {

   s/[\n\t\r]//g;
   $PageHash{$_}=0;    

}


  1. Process each page.
  2. Added sorting to help me track a job's process.

foreach (sort(keys %PageHash)) {

   print "$_...";
   ProcessPage($mw, $_);

}


  1. END END END END END
  1. ---------------------------------
  2. ---------------------------------- SUBROUTINES AFTER HERE
  1. -----------------------------------

sub ProcessPage {

   my $WikiReference= shift (@_);
   $WikiPageTitle = shift (@_);
   
   # Fetch the page from the wiki
   # Returns a pointer
   
   my $lines_ref = $WikiReference->getPage(title => $WikiPageTitle);
   #print "$_\n" foreach @$lines_ref;
   # sends the text through the actual editing routines
   my $EditedText = "";
   $EditedText = PreprocessWikiText($lines_ref);
   my $CompareText=$EditedText;
   
   $EditedText = EditWikiText($EditedText);
   #print $EditedText;
   # places the page back onto the  
   if ($CompareText eq $EditedText) {
       print "SAME...not writing\n";
   } else {
       if ($Purpose =~ /WRITE/) {
           print "writing...";
           
           $rc = $mw->editPage(
               title => $WikiPageTitle,
               section => ,
               text => $EditedText,
               summary => $WikiPageSummary
           );
           print " done\n";
       } elsif ($Purpose =~ /PRINT/) {
           print "*********************************************\n$EditedText";
       } elsif ($Purpose =~ /SANDBOX/) {
           print "writing to sandbox...";
           
           $rc = $mw->editPage(
               title => 'Sandbox',
               section => ,
               text => $EditedText,
               summary => 'Testing script in sandbox'
           );
           print "done\n";
       } else {
           print "not writing\n";
       }
   }

}

sub PreprocessWikiText {

   # Turns the referenced text into a string, then applies any universal editing.
   # Strings are separated by newline characters.
   
   # Values received:
   # $WikiTextRef -> this is a pointer to an object containing the wiki text.
   # $WikiText -> this is a string variable that receives the data from the dereferenced $WikiTextRef
   
   #Verify that variable is clear
   $WikiText = "";
   
   my $WikiTextRef = shift (@_);
   # Concatenate the array into a string
   foreach (@$WikiTextRef) {
       $WikiText="$WikiText$_\n";
   }
   # Some special characters get changed into web characters. This messes up formatting marks
   # Change them back so that formatting commands act correctly.
   $WikiText =~ s/</</g;
   $WikiText =~ s/>/>/g;
   $WikiText =~ s/"/"/g;
   $WikiText =~ s/&/&/g;
   # Return the processed text to the calling function    
   return $WikiText;   

}

sub EditWikiText {

   my $DirtyText = shift (@_);
   my $CompareText = $DirtyText;
       
   #-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   # Everything below can be edited to customize the task.
   #
   # Yes, I know lots can be improved. Right now, I accept that this works
   # as it is. There's a story about what damage a little tweak can do. 
   # Ask blue dragon about cleaning up that mess.
   #---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


   #	$DirtyText =~ s/\(Endhaven\)/(Endhaven Supplement)/g;    
   
   $DirtyText =~ s/(\[\[Category:.*)\]\]/$1|Dmilewski]]/g;
   


  #$WikiPageSummary is the updating text listed in recent changes. I often forget to change this.
  $WikiPageSummary='Changes references from (Endhaven) to (Endhaven Supplmenet)';
   # Purpose is TEST (or blank), PRINT, SANDBOX, or WRITE
   # TEST runs through the process, but does not write back to the wiki
   # PRINT shows you the changes that will be made, but does not write back
   # SANDBOX writes changes to the Sandbox
   # WRITE writes back to the edited article
   #
   # I really ought to handle this by command line argument, but I've been lazy
   $Purpose ="WRITE";
       
   return $DirtyText;

}

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