Last modified: 2010-05-15 15:48:31 UTC
echo( "does not exist.\n" );
Say what doesn't exist. FILE:? TITLE:?
Add the word 'file "..........."'
$ php importTextFile.php --title Bla -
Import Text File
Using ...does not exist.
In importTextFile.php say how one can use stdin.
Not clear if importTextFile.php returns an error to the shell
P.S. Also one day have a look at importTextFile.php with emacs'
show-trailing-whitespace turned on.
And sure wish Mom would buy me a terminal as wide as the brand the
editor uses. The 156 character long line needs column 163 to display
it. All that wrapping makes one dizzy.
Idea: in function showHelp(), instead of many echos, use one
Import the contents of a text file into a wiki page.
USAGE: php importTextFile.php [--help|--title <title>|--user <user>|--comment <comment>|--nooverwrite] <filename>
--help: Show this help information
--title <title> : Title for the new page; if not supplied, the filename is used as a base for the title
--user <user> : User to be associated with the edit; if not supplied, a default is used
--comment <comment> : Edit summary to be associated with the edit; underscores are transformed into spaces;
if not supplied, a default is used
--nooverwrite : Don't overwrite existing page content
<filename> : Path to the file containing the wikitext to import
(and again, say how to use /dev/stdin etc. which didn't seem to work.)
I don't believe it's possible to feed text in through standard input with that
script; use the edit.php script for that. This is targetted at mass file imports.
Can you possibly make the effort to file bugs properly? As in, using one bug per
issue; the right products and components, the right summaries, etc.