|Wikimedia Git repository has this file: scripts/movepages.py|
The movepages.py script is used to move pages.
||The page to move from and the page to move to.|
||Leave no redirect behind.|
||Move pages by adding a namespace prefix to the names of the pages. (Will remove the old namespace prefix if any). Argument can also be given as |
||Do not move page's talk page (if it exists).|
||Do not move subpages.|
||Don't prompt to make changes, just do them.|
||Skip redirect pages (Warning: increases server load)|
||Prompt for a custom summary, bypassing the predefined message texts. Argument can also be given as |
||Read pairs of file names from a file. The file must be in a format:
[[frompage]] [[topage]] [[frompage]] [[topage]]
Argument can also be given as
- Copy the list of the current pages, for example with Special:PrefixIndex.
- Paste it in the first column of a spreadsheet (e.g. OpenOffice Calc).
- Create the second column with the same number of lines, with some characters which won't be present neither in the old pages names nor in the new (e.g. "string to replace after by \n").
- Paste your new pages names (converted in ASCII) into the third column.
- Copy the three columns into a file (e.g. called "articles_pairs.txt").
- Search and replace with your text editor (e.g. Notepad++), the second column content by the carriage return (\n) (Tip: In notepad++ which trying to replace with \n enable the option regex in the replace dialogue box.)
python core/pwb.py movepages -lang:fr -family:wiktionary -pairsfile:"src/lists/articles_fr_wiktionary.txt" -noredirectwill produce the wanted result.