Extension:CustomLogs

MediaWiki extensions manual
CustomLogs
Release status: stable
Description Allows the user to add custom log types by editing LocalSettings.php and the MediaWiki namespace
Author(s) Megan Cutrofello (RheingoldRivertalk)
Latest version 1.1.1 (2023-04-21)
MediaWiki 1.25+
Database changes No
License GPL 2.0
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  • $wgCustomLogsLogs
  • $wgCustomLogsMaxCustomParams

Installation edit

  • Download and move the extracted CustomLogs folder to your extensions/ directory.
    Developers and code contributors should install the extension from Git instead, using:cd extensions/
    git clone https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/mediawiki/extensions/CustomLogs
  • Add the following code at the bottom of your LocalSettings.php file:
    wfLoadExtension( 'CustomLogs' );
    
  •   Done – Navigate to Special:Version on your wiki to verify that the extension is successfully installed.

Configuration parameters edit

$wgCustomLogsLogs - A list of the log types to add to the wiki. For example:

$wgCustomLogsLogs = ["ro-news","ro-tournament"]

$wgCustomLogsMaxCustomParams - The maximum number of custom params you will be allowed to specify when writing a custom log. Default is 3.

Writing logs edit

This is governed by the user right writecustomlogs. By default all logged-in users have this right, but you can configure it like any user right. The API action is customlogswrite. Parameters include:

  • logtype - the type of log, as specified in wgCustomLogsLogs
  • title - the title of the page associated with the action (cannot be used with pageid)
  • pageid - the pageid of the page associated with the action (cannot be used with title)
  • summary - a text summary, which may have custom parameters substituted into it. Custom parameters are sent to the summary in order beginning with $4. See the readme on github for additional documentation. If blank, the default summary for the log will be used.
  • tags - a list of tags (these must actually exist on the wiki)
  • publish - whether or not to publish in recent changes
  • custom1 - etc as many as specified by $wgCustomLogsLogs