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don't freak out on deprecation warnings

The upload API call can sometimes return warnings based on the `watch`
parameter, which has been deprecated in favor of `watchlist`.  When it
does, it returns two XML nodes named `<upload>`, and
`check-api-response` was only looking at the first one.

On my mediawiki (1.19.1), the XML comes back like:


We care about the data in the second `<upload>` node.  This patch says
if there are two `<upload>` nodes found, use the second one.

I'm not sure what's the right thing to do here; I could amend
cl-mediawiki to follow the mediawiki API, remove `:watch` and add
`:watchlist`, but that drops support for older mediawiki versions, and
it seems constraining to limit cl-mediawiki to recent mediawiki
versions only.
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1 parent 7493290 commit 5665cd90e9201cb0f965f1629ced453161eddf1d @ryepup ryepup committed Sep 11, 2012
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  1. +4 −2 src/edit.lisp
@@ -13,8 +13,10 @@ returns values:
(check-sxml-for-error xml)
- (let* ((kid (first
- (find-nodes-by-name name xml)))
+ (let* ((matches (find-nodes-by-name name xml))
+ ;; if we have more than match, then odds are we're getting warnings.
+ (kid (if (eq 1 (length matches)) (first matches)
+ (second matches)))
(alist (second kid)))
(unless alist
(error 'media-wiki-error

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