|This deprecated feature should no longer be used, but is still available for reasons of backwards compatibility. This feature was deprecated in version 1.35.0.|
|Introduced in version:||1.12.0|
|Deprecated in version:||1.35.0|
|Removed in version:||still in use|
|Default value:||(see below)|
|Other settings: Alphabetical | By function|
Configure the ParserFactory service in order to customize the Parser used.
Associative array with the following members:
- The class name
- The preprocessor class. Two classes are currently available: Preprocessor_Hash, which uses plain PHP arrays for temporary storage, and Preprocessor_DOM, which uses the DOM module for temporary storage. Preprocessor_DOM generally uses less memory; the speed of the two is roughly the same.
- If this parameter is not given, it uses Preprocessor_DOM if the DOM module is available, otherwise it uses Preprocessor_Hash.
The entire associative array will be passed through to the constructor as the first parameter. Note that only Setup.php can use this variable -- the configuration will change at runtime via $wgParser member functions, so the contents of this variable will be out-of-date. The variable can only be changed during LocalSettings.php, in particular, it can't be changed during an extension setup function.
$wgParserConf = [ 'class' => Parser::class, ];
1.31 – 1.34
$wgParserConf = [ 'class' => Parser::class, # 'preprocessorClass' => Preprocessor_Hash::class, ];
1.13 – 1.30
$wgParserConf = [ 'class' => 'Parser', # 'preprocessorClass' => 'Preprocessor_Hash', ];
$wgParserConf = array( 'class' => 'Parser', 'preprocessorClass' => 'Preprocessor_Hash', );