Module:Namespace detect/data

Revision as of 06:41, 22 March 2014 by m>Mr. Stradivarius (add a getArgKeys function, so that we can have multiple keys for each argument (helpful for localisation) and so that we only have to create that table once per page)
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--                          Namespace detect data                             --
-- This module holds data for [[Module:Namespace detect]] to be loaded per    --
-- page, rather than per #invoke, for performance reasons.                    --
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local cfg = require('Module:Namespace detect/config')

local function addKey(t, key, defaultKey)
	if key ~= defaultKey then
		t[#t + 1] = key
	end
end

local function getArgKeys()
	-- Returns a table of parameters to query for each default parameter name.
	-- This allows wikis to customise parameter names in the cfg table while
	-- ensuring that default parameter names will always work. The cfg table
	-- values can be added as a string, or as an array of strings.
	local argKeys = {
		main = {'main'},
		talk = {'talk'},
		other = {'other'},
		subjectns = {'subjectns'},
		demospace = {'demospace'},
		page = {'page'}
	}
	for defaultKey, t in pairs(argKeys) do
		local cfgValue = cfg[defaultKey]
		local cfgValueType = type(cfgValue)
		if cfgValueType == 'string' then
			addKey(t, cfgValue, defaultKey)
		elseif cfgValueType == 'table' then
			for i, key in ipairs(cfgValue) do
				addKey(t, key, defaultKey)
			end
		end
		cfg[defaultKey] = nil -- Free the cfg value as we don't need it any more.
	end
	return argKeys
end

local function getParamMappings()
	--[[
	-- Returns a table of how parameter names map to namespace names. The keys
	-- are the actual namespace names, in lower case, and the values are the
	-- possible parameter names for that namespace, also in lower case. The
	-- table entries are structured like this:
	-- {
	--   [''] = {'main'},
	--   ['wikipedia'] = {'wikipedia', 'project', 'wp'},
	--   ...
	-- }
	--]]
	local ustringLower = mw.ustring.lower
	local tinsert = table.insert
	local subjectNamespaces = mw.site.subjectNamespaces
	local talk = cfg.talk
	local mappings = {}
	mappings[ustringLower(subjectNamespaces[0].name)] = {cfg.main}
	mappings[talk] = {talk}
	for nsid, ns in pairs(subjectNamespaces) do
		if nsid ~= 0 then -- Exclude main namespace.
			local nsname = ustringLower(ns.name)
			local canonicalName = ustringLower(ns.canonicalName)
			mappings[nsname] = {nsname}
			if canonicalName ~= nsname then
				tinsert(mappings[nsname], canonicalName)
			end
			for _, alias in ipairs(ns.aliases) do
				tinsert(mappings[nsname], ustringLower(alias))
			end
		end
	end
	return mappings
end

return {
	argKeys = getArgKeys(),
	cfg = cfg,
	mappings = getParamMappings()
}