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Attachments
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Einbindung Parser-Funktion , Variable , Seitenaktivität , Hook
Beschreibung Attach subpages, files and external links to pages.
Autor(en) (GittenburgDiskussion)
Letzte Version 0.1.0 (2019-06-11)
Kompatibilitätspolitik Master maintains backward compatibility.
MediaWiki 1.32+
Lizenz MIT-Lizenz
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  • $wgAttachmentsNamespaces
  • $wgAttachmentsChunkListByLetter
  • $wgAttachmentsShowSubpageForm
  • $wgAttachmentsShowLinkForm

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The Attachments extension lets users attach subpages, files and external links to pages in enabled namespaces.

  • Attachments can easily be added through the user interface.
  • Attachments of an article are displayed in an automatically generated list at its end.
  • This extension integrates with the Vector and Minerva skins.

So how does it work?

  • subpages automatically count as attached to their parent page
  • When you upload a file through the Attach page action, a parser function {{#attach: Title}} is added to the descripiton.
  • When you add a link, the extension creates a subpage containing the {{#exturl: URL}} parser function.
  • Both parser functions set page properties, which are queried for the autogenerated sections.
  • #attach can also be used to attach a regular page to another regular page.
  • You can exclude subpages starting with a specific prefix from the autoindex with {{#attachments ignore subpages: prefix}} on the parent page.
  • You can access attachments before they are sorted with the BeforeSortAttachments(&$links) hook, where links is an associative array mapping string keys to HTML links. Return false to take over the sorting.

Relatively linking an attached file

The Attachments extension provides the {{FILEPREFIX}} parser function to faciliate linking/embedding attached files.

If you attach an image Example.jpg to Somepage then you can embed the image:

  • from Somepage with [[File:{{FILEPREFIX}}Example.jpg]]
  • from Somepage/Subpage with [[File:{{FILEPREFIX:..}}Example.jpg]]
  • from Somepage/Subpage/Subsubpage with [[File:{{FILEPREFIX:../..}}Example.jpg]]

Note that the same also works with [[Media:...]] links.

Installation

  • Die Download und die Datei(en) in ein Verzeichnis namens Attachments im Ordner extensions/ ablegen.
  • Folgenden Code am Ende der LocalSettings.php hinzufügen:
    wfLoadExtension( 'Attachments' );
    
  •   Erledigt – Zu Special:Version in dem Wiki (bei Einstellung auf deutsch nach Spezial:Version) navigieren, um die erfolgreiche Installierung der Erweiterung zu überprüfen.

You will need to enable the extension for the namespaces where you want to use it, e.g:

$wgAttachmentsNamespaces[NS_MAIN] = true;

Note that you should also enable subpages for these namespaces.

Optional configuration parameters

$wgAttachmentsChunkListByLetter
Boolean, whether or not the attachment list should be chunked by the first letter of list items. Defaults to true.
$wgAttachmentsShowSubpageForm
Boolean, whether or not the subpage form should be shown. Defaults to true.
$wgAttachmentsShowLinkForm
Boolean, whether or not the external link form should be shown. Defaults to true.

Tips

Credits

This extension is essentially a complete rewrite of PerPageResources by Mathias Ertl, which consists of Extension:Resources, Extension:AddResource and Extension:ExternalRedirects. This extension replaces all three, notable differences are:

  • attachments are stored in page_props instead of pagelinks
  • no open redirects, just links
  • attachments are shown at the end of pages, as opposed to on a special page

Siehe auch