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This is the configuration file for WPCleaner. It has been created using the template and its documentation. Please, check them on a regular basis to see if new parameters have been added to the configuration.

If you have questions / suggestions on the configuration, you can write them here.

Syntax[edit]

Each parameter is defined using the following format:

<parameter name>=<parameter value> END

A parameter can be defined on several lines, for example for a multi-lines text or a list of values.

Configuration[edit]

Help configuration[edit]

# This parameter is used for displaying WPCleaner help page in a browser.
# If you don't have an help page for WPCleaner on your wiki, you can use a link to an other wiki.
help_url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WPCleaner/Help END
 
# This parameter is used as a link in comments, so it should be as short as possible.
# Using a redirect page can be a good idea (for example, on enwiki, there's the WP:CLEANER redirect).
# If you don't have an help page for WPCleaner on your Wiki, you can use a link to an other wiki.
help_page=:en:WP:CLEANER END

General configuration[edit]

# This parameter is used when a | (pipe) character is needed inside a template, an internal link, …
# general_pipe_template=! END
 
# This parameter contains a list of numeric identifiers of namespaces that are considered as encyclopedic.
# By default, the namespaces that are considered encyclopedic are 0 (Main), 6 (File), 10 (Template) and 14 (Category).
# general_encyclopedic_namespaces= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that can be used to warn editors about editing the article
# general_edit_warning_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that prevent modifying articles in bot mode
# general_nobot_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that can be used instead of <references/>
# general_references_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create a list of tasks.
# For example, on frwiki, you have "todo" and "À faire".
# general_todo_templates=todo END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create a link to the list of tasks in a subpage.
# For example, on frwiki, you have "Wikiprojet".
# general_todo_link_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains the subpage title used for the list of tasks.
# For example, on frwiki, list of tasks are on a subpage named "Discussion:XXX/À faire".
# general_todo_subpage= END
 
# This parameter is used to request the deletion of a subpage for the list of tasks.
# general_todo_subpage_delete= END
 
# This parameter is used to force the use of a subpage for the list of tasks in the main namespace.
# general_todo_subpage_force=<true|false> END
 
# This parameter is used to force the use of a subpage for the list of tasks in other namespaces.
# general_todo_subpage_force_other=<true|false> END
 
# This parameter is used to configure WPCleaner for fixing spelling and typography.
# general_suggestions= END
 
# This parameter is used to configure WPCleaner for fixing spelling and typography.
# general_suggestions_typo= END
 
# This parameter is used to configure WPCleaner for fixing spelling and typography.
# general_suggestions_ignore= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create an internal link with one of its parameter.
# general_dab_1l_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create an internal link directly with one of its parameter.
# general_dab_1lt_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create an internal link directly with one of its parameter.
# general_dab_1l2t_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create an internal link with one of its parameter.
# general_good_1l_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create an internal link directly with one of its parameter.
# general_good_1lt_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create an internal link with one of its parameter.
# general_help_1l_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of templates that create an internal link directly with one of its parameter.
# general_help_1lt_templates= END
 
# This parameter is used to define texts that can be frequently added
# general_insert_texts = END
 
# This parameter is used to define possible replacements for abbreviations
# general_abbreviations = END

Automatic formatting configuration[edit]

# This parameter is used to activate automatic formatting.
# auto_active=true END
 
# This parameter is used to define the number of space characters around titles
# auto_space_around_title=1 END
 
# This parameter is used to define the number of carriage returns before categories.
# auto_cr_before_category=2 END
 
# This parameter is used to link default sort and categories.
# auto_link_defaultsort_category=true END
 
# This parameter is used to define the number of carriage returns between default sort and categories.
# auto_cr_defaultsort_category=1 END
 
# This parameter is used to define the number of carriage returns between each category.
# auto_cr_between_category=1 END
 
# This parameter is used to place language links after categories
# auto_langlink_after_category=true END

Language configuration[edit]

# This parameter is used to define a template to mark text as being in a foreign language
# lang_template= END
 
# This parameter is used to define a list of frequently used language codes.
# common_languages = END
 
# This parameter is used as comments for translations.
# translation_comment= END

Redirect configuration[edit]

# This parameter is used to define a list of categories that can be added to a redirect page.
# redirect_categories= END
 
# This parameter is used to define an automatic comment when categories are added to a redirect page.
# redirect_categories_comment= END
 
# This parameter is used to define a list of templates that can be added to a redirect page.
# redirect_templates= END
 
# This parameter is used to define an automatic comment when templates are added to a redirect page.
# redirect_templates_comment= END
 
# This parameter is used to display a warning before replacing a redirect link by a redirect link
# redirect_warning_before_replacement= END

Disambiguation configuration[edit]

# This parameter is used to decide if __DISAMBIG__ magic word should be used
# dab_use_disambig= false END
 
# If set, this parameter is used to define a list of categories that will be used (instead of MediaWiki:Disambiguationspage)
# to decide if a page is a disambiguation page or not.
# If this parameter is correctly defined and the list of categories is small (only one category is better),
# it's a more efficient way of working than using MediaWiki:Disambiguationspage.
# For example, on enwiki all disambiguation pages are in the category "All article disambiguation pages".
# dab_categories= END
 
# This parameter is used as a comment for disambiguation links that have been fixed.
# If the comment contains {0}, this part will be replaced by the number of disambiguation links that have been fixed.
# dab_comment= END
 
# This parameter has the same purpose than dab_comment, but used when only one disambiguation link has been fixed.
# dab_comment_1= END
 
# This parameter is used as a comment for disambiguation links for which help has been requested.
# If the comment contains {0}, this part will be replaced by the number of disambiguation links for which help has been requested.
# dab_comment_help= END
 
# This parameter has the same purpose than dab_comment_help, but used when help has been requested for only one disambiguation link.
# dab_comment_help_1= END
 
# This parameter is used as a comment for disambiguation links that still need to be fixed.
# If the comment contains {0}, this part will be replaced by the number of disambiguation links that still need to be fixed.
# dab_comment_todo= END
 
# This parameter has the same purpose than dab_comment_todo, but used when only one disambiguation link still needs to be fixed.
# dab_comment_todo_1= END
 
# This parameter contains the list of pages with the current list of disambiguation pages to work on.
# dab_list= END
 
# This parameter contains a list of page.
# Each page (normal page or category) contains a list of pages having many disambiguation links to be fixed.
# most_dab_links= END
 
# This parameter contains the list of templates used to indicate a normal link to a disambiguation page.
# dab_link_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains a template name used on talk pages to list the disambiguation links in the article.
# For example, on frwiki, this is done by "Avertissement Homonymie".
# dab_warning_template= END
 
# This parameter is used as a comment with the above template.
# dab_warning_template_comment= END
 
# This parameter is used as a comment when updating the disambiguation warning.
# If the comment contains {0}, this part will be replaced by the number of disambiguation links that still need to be fixed.
# dab_warning_comment= END
 
# This parameter has the same purpose than dab_warning_comment, but used when only one disambiguation link still needs to be fixed.
# dab_warning_comment_1= END
 
# This parameter is used as a comment when removing the disambiguation warning.
# dab_warning_comment_done= END
 
# This parameter contains the list of templates that WPCleaner can suggest to add after a link to a disambiguation page to request help for fixing it.
# dab_ask_help_templates_after= END
 
# This parameter contains the list of templates that WPCleaner can detect after a link to a disambiguation page to tell that help has been requested for fixing it.
# This parameter should contain at least all the templates (without parameters) defined for dab_ask_help_templates_after.
# dab_help_asked_templates_after= END
 
# This parameter contains the list of templates used to indicate a link needing help to be fixed.
# needing_help_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains the list of templates used to find pages where help is requested.
# help_requested_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains the list of templates used to link text (to wiktionary for example).
# link_text_templates= END
 
# This parameter contains the interwiki code for the wiktionary (usually wikt).
wikt_interwiki=wikt END
 
# This parameter contains the list of templates providing links to wiktionary ("see also").
# wikt_templates= END

Check Wiki configuration[edit]

# This parameter can be used if this wiki is available in the Check Wiki project, but doesn't have a project page.
# check_wiki_force= true END
 
# This parameter is used as a link in comments, so it should be as short as possible. Using a redirect page can be a good idea.
# For example, on enwiki, there's the WP:WCW redirect, and on frwiki, there's the P:CS redirect.
# check_wiki_project_page= END
 
# This parameter is used as a comment for fixing errors detected by Check Wiki.
# If this parameter is not specified, the comment is built using check_wiki_project_page.
# check_wiki_comment= END
 
# This parameter is used to retrieve configuration informations (errors priorites, labels, descriptions, ...).
# This page contains the configuration used by the Check Wikipedia project.
# WPCleaner can also use special parameters in this file : they are listed in the Check Wiki window of WPCleaner for each error.
# For example, on enwiki, the translation page can be found at "Wikipedia:WikiProject Check Wikipedia/Translation".
# check_wiki_translation_page= END