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//<nowiki>
function loadReplyLink( $, mw ) {
var TIMESTAMP_REGEX = /\(UTC(?:(?:−|\+)\d+?(?:\.\d+)?)?\)\S*?$/m;
var EDIT_REQ_REGEX = /^((Semi|Template|Extended-confirmed)-p|P)rotected edit request on \d\d? \w+ \d{4}/;
var EDIT_REQ_TPL_REGEX = /\{\{edit (template|fully|extended|semi)-protected\s*(\|.+?)*\}\}/;
var SIGNATURE = "~~" + "~~"; // split up because it might get processed
/**
* This dictionary is some global state that holds three pieces of
* information for each "(reply)" link (keyed by their unique IDs):
*
* - the indentation string for the comment (e.g. ":*::")
* - the header tuple for the parent section, in the form of
* [level, text, number], where:
* - level is 1 for a h1, 2 for a h2, etc
* - text is the text between the equal signs
* - number is the zero-based index of the heading from the top
* - sigIdx, or the zero-based index of the signature from the top
* of the section
*
* This dictionary is populated in attachLinks, and unpacked in the
* click handler for the links (defined in attachLinkAfterNode); the
* values are then passed to doReply.
*/
var metadata = {};
/**
* This global string flag is:
*
* - "AfD" if the current page is an AfD page
* - "MfD" if the current page is an MfD page
* - "TfD" if the current page is a TfD log page
* - "CfD" if the current page is a CfD log page
* - "FfD" if the current page is a FfD log page
* - "" otherwise
*
* This flag is initialized in onReady and used in attachLinkAfterNode
*/
var xfdType;
/**
* The current page name, including namespace, because we may be reading it
* a lot (especially in findUsernameInElem if we're on someone's user
* talk page)
*/
var currentPageName;
/**
* A map for signatures that contain redirects, so that they can still
* pass the sanity check. This will be updated manually, because I
* don't want the overhead of a whole 'nother API call in the middle
* of the reply process. If this map grows too much, though, I'll
* consider switching to either a toolforge-hosted API or the
* Wikipedia API. Used in doReply, for the username sanity check.
*/
var sigRedirectMapping = {
"Salvidrim": "Salvidrim!"
};
/**
* This function converts any (index-able) iterable into a list.
*/
function iterableToList( nl ) {
var arr = new Array( nl.length );
for(var i=-1,l=nl.length;++i!==l;arr[i]=nl[i]);
return arr;
}
/**
* Decode HTML entities. Used in the signature sanity check.
* Source: https://stackoverflow.com/a/1912522/1757964
*/
function htmlDecode( html ) {
var el = document.createElement( "span" );
el.innerHTML = html;
return el.childNodes[0].nodeValue;
}
/**
* When there's a panel being shown, this function sets the status
* in the panel to the first argument. The callback function is
* optional.
*/
function setStatus ( status, callback ) {
var statusElement = $( "#reply-dialog-status" );
statusElement.fadeOut( function () {
statusElement.html( status ).fadeIn( callback );
} );
}
/**
* Finds and returns the div that is the immediate parent of the
* first talk page header on the page, so that we can read all the
* sections by iterating through its child nodes.
*/
function findMainContentEl() {
// The element itself will be the text span in the h2; its
// parent will be the h2; and the parent of the h2 is the
// content container that we want
return document.querySelector( "h2 > span.mw-headline" )
.parentElement
.parentElement;
}
/**
* Given some wikitext, processes it to get just the text content.
* This function should be identical to the MediaWiki function
* that gets the wikitext between the equal signs and comes up
* with the id's that anchor the headers.
*/
function wikitextToTextContent( wikitext ) {
return wikitext.replace( /\[\[:?(?:[^\|]+?\|)?([^\]\|]+?)\]\]/g, "$1" )
.replace( /\{\{\s*tl\s*\|\s*(.+?)\s*\}\}/g, "{{$1}}" )
.replace( /('''?)(.+?)\1/g, "$2" )
.replace( /<span.*?>(.*?)<\/span>/g, "$1" );
}
/**
* Is there a signature (four tildes) present in the given text,
* outside of a nowiki element?
*/
function hasSig( text ) {
// no literal signature?
if( text.indexOf( SIGNATURE ) < 0 ) return false;
// if there's a literal signature and no nowiki elements,
// there must be a real signature
if( text.indexOf( "<nowiki>" ) < 0 ) return true;
// Save all nowiki spans
var nowikiSpanStarts = []; // list of ignored span beginnings
var nowikiSpanLengths = []; // list of ignored span lengths
var NOWIKI_RE = /<nowiki>.*?<\/nowiki>/g;
var spanMatch;
do {
spanMatch = NOWIKI_RE.exec( text );
if( spanMatch ) {
nowikiSpanStarts.push( spanMatch.index );
nowikiSpanLengths.push( spanMatch[0].length );
}
} while( spanMatch );
// So that we don't check every ignore span every time
var nowikiSpanStartIdx = 0;
var SIG_RE = new RegExp( SIGNATURE, "g" );
var sigMatch;
matchLoop:
do {
sigMatch = SIG_RE.exec( text );
if( sigMatch ) {
// Check that we're not inside a nowiki
for( var nwIdx = nowikiSpanStartIdx; nwIdx <
nowikiSpanStarts.length; nwIdx++ ) {
if( sigMatch.index > nowikiSpanStarts[nwIdx] ) {
if ( sigMatch.index + sigMatch[0].length <=
nowikiSpanStarts[nwIdx] + nowikiSpanLengths[nwIdx] ) {
// Invalid sig
continue matchLoop;
} else {
// We'll never encounter this span again, since
// headers only get later and later in the wikitext
nowikiSpanStartIdx = nwIdx;
}
}
}
// We aren't inside a nowiki
return true;
}
} while( sigMatch );
return false;
}
/**
* Given an Element object, attempt to recover a username from it.
* Also will check up to two elements prior to the passed element.
* Returns null if no username was found.
*/
function findUsernameInElem( el ) {
if( !el ) return null;
var links;
for( let i = 0; i < 3; i++ ) {
links = el.tagName.toLowerCase() === "a" ? [ el ]
: el.querySelectorAll( "a" );
// Compatibility with "Comments in Local Time"
if( el.className.indexOf( "localcomments" ) >= 0 ) i--;
// If we couldn't get any links, try again with prev elem
if( !links ) continue;
var link; // his name isn't zelda
for( var j = 0; j < links.length; j++ ) {
link = links[j];
if( link.className.indexOf( "mw-selflink" ) >= 0 ) {
return currentPageName.replace( "User_talk:", "" )
.replace( /_/g, " " );
}
// Also matches redlinks. Why people have redlinks in their sigs on
// purpose, I may never know.
var usernameMatch =
/^\/(?:wiki\/(?:User(?:_talk)?:|Special:Contributions\/)(.+?)(?:\/.+?)?(?:#.+)?|w\/index\.php\?title=User(?:_talk)?:(.+?)&action=edit&redlink=1)?$/
.exec( link.getAttribute( "href" ) );
if( usernameMatch ) {
return decodeURIComponent( usernameMatch[1] ? usernameMatch[1]
: usernameMatch[2] ).replace( /_/g, " " );
}
}
// Go backwards one element and try again
el = el.previousElementSibling;
}
return null;
}
/**
* Given the wikitext of a section, attempt to find the first edit
* request template in it, and then mark that template as answered.
* Returns the modified section wikitext.
*/
function markEditReqAnswered( sectionWikitext ) {
var editReqMatch = EDIT_REQ_TPL_REGEX.exec( sectionWikitext );
if( !editReqMatch ) {
console.log( "Couldn't find an edit request!" );
return sectionWikitext;
}
var ansParamMatch = /ans(wered)?=.*?(\||\}\})/.exec( editReqMatch[0] );
if( !ansParamMatch ) {
sectionWikitext = sectionWikitext.replace(
editReqMatch[0],
editReqMatch[0].replace( "}}", "answered=yes}}" )
);
} else {
var newEditReqTpl = editReqMatch[0].replace( ansParamMatch[0],
"answered=yes" + ansParamMatch[2] );
sectionWikitext = sectionWikitext.replace(
editReqMatch[0],
newEditReqTpl
);
}
return sectionWikitext;
}
/**
* Given some wikitext that's split into sections, return the full
* wikitext (including header and newlines until the next header)
* of the section with the given (zero-based) index. To get the content
* before the first header, sectionIdx should be -1 and sectionName
* should be null.
*
* Performs a sanity check with the given section name.
*/
function getSectionWikitext( wikitext, sectionIdx, sectionName ) {
var HEADER_RE = /^\s*==(=*)\s*(.+?)\s*\1==\s*$/gm;
//console.log("In getSectionWikitext, sectionIdx = " + sectionIdx + ", sectionName = >" + sectionName + "<");
//console.log("wikitext (first 1000 chars) is " + dirtyWikitext.substring(0, 1000));
// There are certain locations where a header may appear in the
// wikitext, but will not be present in the HTML; such as code
// blocks or comments. So we keep track of those ranges
// and ignore headings inside those.
var ignoreSpanStarts = []; // list of ignored span beginnings
var ignoreSpanLengths = []; // list of ignored span lengths
var IGNORE_RE = /(<pre>[\s\S]+?<\/pre>)|(<!--[\s\S]+?-->)/g;
var ignoreSpanMatch;
do {
ignoreSpanMatch = IGNORE_RE.exec( wikitext );
if( ignoreSpanMatch ) {
ignoreSpanStarts.push( ignoreSpanMatch.index );
ignoreSpanLengths.push( ignoreSpanMatch[0].length );
}
} while( ignoreSpanMatch );
var startIdx = -1; // wikitext index of section start
var endIdx = -1; // wikitext index of section end
var headerCounter = 0;
var headerMatch;
// The section before the first heading starts at idx 0
if( sectionIdx === -1 ) {
startIdx = 0;
}
// So that we don't check every ignore span every time
var ignoreSpanStartIdx = 0;
headerMatchLoop:
do {
headerMatch = HEADER_RE.exec( wikitext );
if( headerMatch ) {
// Check that we're not inside one of the "ignore" spans
for( var igIdx = ignoreSpanStartIdx; igIdx <
ignoreSpanStarts.length; igIdx++ ) {
if( headerMatch.index > ignoreSpanStarts[igIdx] ) {
if ( headerMatch.index + headerMatch[0].length <=
ignoreSpanStarts[igIdx] + ignoreSpanLengths[igIdx] ) {
// Invalid header
continue headerMatchLoop;
} else {
// We'll never encounter this span again, since
// headers only get later and later in the wikitext
ignoreSpanStartIdx = igIdx;
}
}
}
//console.log("Header " + headerCounter + " (idx " + headerMatch.index + "): >" + headerMatch[0].trim() + "<");
if( headerCounter === sectionIdx ) {
var sanitizedWktxtSectionName = wikitextToTextContent( headerMatch[2] );
// MediaWiki turns spaces before certain punctuation marks
// into non-breaking spaces, so fix those. This is done by
// the armorFrenchSpaces function in Mediawiki, in the file
// /includes/parser/Sanitizer.php
sectionName = sectionName.replace( /\xA0([?:;!%»›])/g, " $1" );
if( sanitizedWktxtSectionName !== sectionName ) {
throw( "Sanity check on header name failed! Found \"" +
sanitizedWktxtSectionName + "\", expected \"" +
sectionName + "\" (wikitext vs DOM)" );
}
startIdx = headerMatch.index;
} else if( headerCounter - 1 === sectionIdx ) {
endIdx = headerMatch.index;
break;
}
}
headerCounter++;
} while( headerMatch );
// If we encountered no section after the target section,
// then the target was the last one and the slice will go
// until the end of wikitext
if( endIdx < 0 ) {
console.log("[getSectionWikitext] endIdx negative, setting to " + wikitext.length);
endIdx = wikitext.length;
}
//console.log("[getSectionWikitext] Slicing from " + startIdx + " to " + endIdx);
return wikitext.slice( startIdx, endIdx );
}
/**
* Converts a signature index to a string index into the given
* section wikitext. For example, if sigIdx is 1, then this function
* will return the index in sectionWikitext pointing to right
* after the second signature appearing in sectionWikitext.
*
* Returns -1 if we couldn't find anything.
*/
function sigIdxToStrIdx( sectionWikitext, sigIdx ) {
console.log( "In sigIdxToStrIdx, sigIdx = " + sigIdx );
//var SIG_REGEX_ALT = /(?:\[\[\s*(?:[Uu]ser|Special:Contributions\/).*\]\].*?\d\d:\d\d,\s\d{1,2}\s\w+?\s\d\d\d\d\s\(UTC\)|class\s*=\s*"autosigned".+?\(UTC\)<\/small>)/gm;
//console.log( "In sigIdxToStrIdx, sectionWikitext = >>>" + sectionWikitext + "<<<" );
// There are certain regions that we skip while attaching links:
//
// - Spans with the class delsort-notice
// - Divs with the class xfd-relist
// - Templates that bury signatures in divs
// (e.g. resolution templates)
// - Some others
//
// So, we grab the corresponding wikitext regions with regexes,
// and store each region's start index in spanStartIndices,
// and each region's length in spanLengths. Then, whenever
// we find a signature with the right index, we check if it's
// included in one of these regions before we return it.
var spanStartIndices = [];
var spanLengths = [];
var DELSORT_SPAN_RE_TXT = /<small class="delsort-notice">(?:<small>.+?<\/small>|.)+?<\/small>/.source;
var XFD_RELIST_RE_TXT = /<div class="xfd_relist"[\s\S]+?<\/div>(\s*|<!--.+?-->)*/.source;
var TEMPLATES_RE_TXT = /\{\{moved discussion (to|from)\|.+?\}\}/.source;
var SKIP_REGION_RE = new RegExp("(" + DELSORT_SPAN_RE_TXT + ")|(" +
XFD_RELIST_RE_TXT + ")|(" +
TEMPLATES_RE_TXT + ")", "ig");
var skipRegionMatch;
do {
skipRegionMatch = SKIP_REGION_RE.exec( sectionWikitext );
if( skipRegionMatch ) {
spanStartIndices.push( skipRegionMatch.index );
spanLengths.push( skipRegionMatch[0].length );
}
} while( skipRegionMatch );
//console.log(spanStartIndices,spanLengths);
/*
* I apologize for making you have to read this regex.
* I made a summary, though:
*
* - a wikilink, without a ]] inside it
* - some text, without a link to userspace or user talk space
* - a timestamp
* - as an alternative to all of the above, an autosigned script
* and a timestamp
* - some comments/whitespace or some non-whitespace
* - finally, the end of the line
*/
var SIG_REGEX = /(?:\[\[\s*:?\s*(([Uu]ser(\s+talk)?|Special:Contributions\/)([^\]]||\](?!\]))*?)\]\]\)?([^\[]|\[(?!\[)|\[\[(?!User(\s+talk)?:))*?\d\d:\d\d,\s\d{1,2}\s\w+?\s\d\d\d\d\s\(UTC\)|class\s*=\s*"autosigned".+?\(UTC\)<\/small>)(([ \t\f]|<!--.*?-->)*(?!\S)|\S+([ \t\f]|<!--.*?-->)*)?$/gm;
var matchIdx = 0;
var match;
var matchIdxEnd;
var dstSpnIdx;
// `this_is_true` is to avoid triggering a JS linter rule
var this_is_true = true;
sigMatchLoop:
for( ; this_is_true ; matchIdx++ ) {
match = SIG_REGEX.exec( sectionWikitext );
if( !match ) {
console.log("[sigIdxToStrIdx] out of matches");
return -1;
}
//console.log( "sig match (matchIdx = " + matchIdx + ") is >" + match[0] + "< (index = " + match.index + ")" );
matchIdxEnd = match.index + match[0].length;
// Validate that we're not inside a delsort span
for( dstSpnIdx = 0; dstSpnIdx < spanStartIndices.length; dstSpnIdx++ ) {
//console.log(spanStartIndices[dstSpnIdx],match.index,
// matchIdxEnd, spanStartIndices[dstSpnIdx] +
// spanLengths[dstSpnIdx] );
if( match.index > spanStartIndices[dstSpnIdx] &&
( matchIdxEnd <= spanStartIndices[dstSpnIdx] +
spanLengths[dstSpnIdx] ) ) {
// That wasn't really a match (as in, this match does not
// correspond to any sig idx in the DOM), so we can't
// increment matchIdx
matchIdx--;
continue sigMatchLoop;
}
}
if( matchIdx === sigIdx ) {
return match.index + match[0].length;
}
}
}
/**
* Inserts fullReply on the next sensible line after strIdx in
* sectionWikitext. indentLvl is the indentation level of the
* comment we're replying to.
*
* This function essentially takes the indentation level and
* position of the current comment, and looks for the first comment
* that's indented strictly less than the current one. Then, it
* puts the reply on the line right before that comment, and returns
* the modified section wikitext.
*/
function insertTextAfterIdx( sectionWikitext, strIdx, indentLvl, fullReply ) {
//console.log( "[insertTextAfterIdx] indentLvl = " + indentLvl );
// strIdx should point to the end of a line
var counter = 0;
while( ( sectionWikitext[ strIdx ] !== "\n" ) && ( counter++ <= 50 ) ) strIdx++;
var slicedSecWikitext = sectionWikitext.slice( strIdx );
//console.log("slicedSecWikitext = >>" + slicedSecWikitext.slice(0,50) + "<<");
slicedSecWikitext = slicedSecWikitext.replace( /^\n/, "" );
var candidateLines = slicedSecWikitext.split( "\n" );
//console.log( "candidateLines =", candidateLines );
// number of the line in sectionWikitext that'll be right after reply
var replyLine = 0;
var INDENT_RE = /^[:\*#]+/;
if( slicedSecWikitext.trim().length > 0 ) {
var currIndentation, currIndentationLvl, i;
// Now, loop through all the comments replying to that
// one and place our reply after the last one
for( i = 0; i < candidateLines.length; i++ ) {
if( candidateLines[i].trim() === "" ) {
continue;
}
// Detect indentation level of current line
currIndentation = INDENT_RE.exec( candidateLines[i] );
currIndentationLvl = currIndentation ? currIndentation[0].length : 0;
//console.log(i + ">" + candidateLines[i] + "< => " + currIndentationLvl);
if( currIndentationLvl <= indentLvl ) {
// If it's an XfD, we might have found a relist
// comment instead, so check for that
if( xfdType && /<div class="xfd_relist"/.test( candidateLines[i] ) ) {
// Our reply might go on the line above the xfd_relist line
var potentialReplyLine = i;
// Walk through the relist notice, line by line
// After this loop, i will point to the line on which
// the notice ends
var NEW_COMMENTS_RE = /Please add new comments below this line/;
while( !NEW_COMMENTS_RE.test( candidateLines[i] ) ) {
i++;
}
// Relists are treated as if they're indented at level 1
if( 1 <= indentLvl ) {
replyLine = potentialReplyLine;
break;
}
} else {
//console.log( "cIL <= iL, breaking" );
break;
}
} else {
replyLine = i + 1;
}
}
if( i === candidateLines.length ) {
replyLine = i;
}
} else {
// In this case, we may be replying to the last comment in a section
replyLine = candidateLines.length;
}
// Walk backwards until non-empty line
while( replyLine >= 1 && candidateLines[replyLine - 1].trim() === "" ) replyLine--;
console.log( "replyLine = " + replyLine );
// Splice into slicedSecWikitext
slicedSecWikitext = candidateLines
.slice( 0, replyLine )
.concat( [ fullReply ], candidateLines.slice( replyLine ) )
.join( "\n" );
// Remove extra newlines
if( /\n\n\n+$/.test( slicedSecWikitext ) ) {
slicedSecWikitext = slicedSecWikitext.trim() + "\n\n";
}
// We may need an additional newline if the two slices don't have any
var optionalNewline = ( !sectionWikitext.slice( 0, strIdx ).endsWith( "\n" ) &&
!slicedSecWikitext.startsWith( "\n" ) ) ? "\n" : "";
// Splice into sectionWikitext
sectionWikitext = sectionWikitext.slice( 0, strIdx ) +
optionalNewline + slicedSecWikitext;
return sectionWikitext;
}
/**
* Using the text in #reply-dialog-field, add a reply to the
* current page. rplyToXfdNom is true if we're replying to an XfD nom,
* in which case we should use an asterisk instead of a colon.
* cmtAuthorDom is the username of the person who wrote the comment
* we're replying to, parsed from the DOM.
*/
function doReply( indentation, header, sigIdx, cmtAuthorDom, rplyToXfdNom ) {
var wikitext;
// Change UI to make it clear we're performing an operation
document.getElementById( "reply-dialog-field" ).style["background-image"] =
"url(" + window.replyLinkPendingImageUrl + ")";
document.querySelector( "#reply-link-buttons button" ).disabled = true;
setStatus( "Loading..." );
// Send request to fetch current page wikitext
$.getJSON(
mw.util.wikiScript( "api" ),
{
format: "json",
action: "query",
prop: "revisions",
rvprop: "content",
rvlimit: 1,
titles: mw.config.get( "wgPageName" )
}
).done( function ( data ) {
try {
// Extract wikitext from API response
var pageId = Object.keys(data.query.pages)[0];
wikitext = data.query.pages[pageId].revisions[0]["*"];
// Generate reply in wikitext form
var reply = document.getElementById( "reply-dialog-field" ).value.trim();
// Add a signature if one isn't already there
if( !hasSig( reply ) ) {
reply += " " + ( window.replyLinkSigPrefix ? window.replyLinkSigPrefix : "" ) + SIGNATURE;
}
// Compose reply by adding indentation at the beginning of
// each line (if not replying to an XfD nom) or {{pb}}'s
// between lines (if replying to an XfD nom)
var replyLines = reply.split( "\n" );
var fullReply;
if( rplyToXfdNom ) {
if( replyLines.some( function ( l ) { return l.substr( 0, 1 ) === "*"; } ) ) {
fullReply = replyLines.map( function ( line ) {
return indentation + "*" + line;
} ).join( "\n" );
} else {
fullReply = indentation + "* " + replyLines.join( "{{pb}}" );
}
} else {
fullReply = replyLines.map( function ( line ) {
return indentation + ":" + line;
} ).join( "\n" );
}
// Prepare section metadata for getSectionWikitext call
console.log( "in doReply, header =", header );
var sectionHeader, sectionIdx;
if( header === null ) {
sectionHeader = null, sectionIdx = -1;
} else {
sectionHeader = header[1], sectionIdx = header[2];
}
// Compatibility with User:Bility/copySectionLink
if( document.querySelector( "span.mw-headline a#sectiontitlecopy0" ) ) {
// If copySectionLink is active, the paragraph symbol at
// the end is a fake
sectionHeader = sectionHeader.replace( /\s*$/, "" );
}
// Compatibility with the "auto-number headings" preference
if( document.querySelector( "span.mw-headline-number" ) ) {
sectionHeader = sectionHeader.replace( /^\d+ /, "" );
}
var sectionWikitext = getSectionWikitext( wikitext, sectionIdx, sectionHeader );
var oldSectionWikitext = sectionWikitext; // We'll String.replace old w/ new
// Now, obtain the index of the end of the comment
var strIdx = sigIdxToStrIdx( sectionWikitext, sigIdx );
// Check for a non-negative strIdx
if( strIdx < 0 ) {
throw( "Negative strIdx (signature not found in wikitext)" );
}
// Determine the user who wrote the comment, for
// edit-summary and sanity-check purposes
var userRgx = /\[\[\s*:?\s*[Uu][Ss][Ee][Rr](?:(?:\s+|_)[Tt][Aa][Ll][Kk])?\s*:\s*(.+?)(?:\/.+?)?(?:#.+?)?\s*(?:\|.+?)?\]\]/g;
var userMatches = sectionWikitext.slice( 0, strIdx )
.match( userRgx );
var cmtAuthorWktxt = userRgx.exec(
userMatches[userMatches.length - 1] )[1];
// Normalize case, because that's what happens during
// wikitext-to-HTML processing
cmtAuthorWktxt = cmtAuthorWktxt.charAt( 0 ).toUpperCase() +
cmtAuthorWktxt.substr( 1 );
cmtAuthorDom = cmtAuthorDom.charAt( 0 ).toUpperCase() +
cmtAuthorDom.substr( 1 );
// Sanity check: is the sig username the same as the DOM one?
// We attempt to check sigRedirectMapping in case the naive
// check fails
if( cmtAuthorWktxt !== cmtAuthorDom &&
htmlDecode( cmtAuthorWktxt ) !== cmtAuthorDom &&
sigRedirectMapping[ cmtAuthorWktxt ] !== cmtAuthorDom ) {
throw( "Sanity check on sig username failed! Found " +
cmtAuthorWktxt + " but expected " + cmtAuthorDom +
" (wikitext vs DOM)" );
}
// Actually insert our reply into the section wikitext
sectionWikitext = insertTextAfterIdx( sectionWikitext, strIdx,
indentation.length, fullReply );
// Also, if the user wanted the edit request to be answered,
// do that
var editReqCheckbox = document.getElementById( "reply-link-option-edit-req" );
var markedEditReq = false;
if( editReqCheckbox && editReqCheckbox.checked ) {
sectionWikitext = markEditReqAnswered( sectionWikitext );
markedEditReq = true;
}
// If the user preferences indicate a dry run, print what the
// wikitext would have been post-edit and bail out
var dryRunCheckbox = document.getElementById( "reply-link-option-dry-run" );
if( window.replyLinkDryRun === "always" || ( dryRunCheckbox && dryRunCheckbox.checked ) ) {
console.log( "~~~~~~ DRY RUN CONCLUDED ~~~~~~" );
console.log( sectionWikitext );
setStatus( "Check the console for the dry-run results." );
document.querySelector( "#reply-link-buttons button" ).disabled = false;
return;
}
var newWikitext = wikitext.replace( oldSectionWikitext,
sectionWikitext );
// Build summary
var summary = "/* " + sectionHeader + " */ Replying to " +
( rplyToXfdNom ? xfdType + " nomination by " : "" ) +
cmtAuthorWktxt +
( markedEditReq ? " and marking edit request as answered" : "" ) +
" ([[User:Enterprisey/reply-link|reply-link]])";
// Send another request, this time to actually edit the
// page
( new mw.Api() ).postWithToken( "csrf", {
action: "edit",
title: mw.config.get( "wgPageName" ),
summary: summary,
text: newWikitext
} ).done ( function ( data ) {
// We put this function on the window object because we
// give the user a "reload" link, and it'll trigger the function
window.replyLinkReload = function () {
window.location.hash = sectionHeader.replace( / /g, "_" );
window.location.reload( true );
};
if ( data && data.edit && data.edit.result && data.edit.result == "Success" ) {
// User can now navigate away from the page safely
window.onbeforeunload = null;
var reloadHtml = window.replyLinkAutoReload ? "automatically reloading"
: "<a href='javascript:window.replyLinkReload()' class='reply-link-reload'>Reload</a>";
setStatus( "Reply saved! (" + reloadHtml + ")" );
if( window.replyLinkAutoReload ) {
window.replyLinkReload();
}
} else {
if( data && data.edit && data.edit.spamblacklist ) {
setStatus( "Error! Your post contained a link on the <a href=" +
"\"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Spam_blacklist\"" +
">spam blacklist</a>. Remove the link(s) to: " +
data.edit.spamblacklist.split( "|" ).join( ", " ) + " to allow saving." );
document.querySelector( "#reply-link-buttons button" ).disabled = false;
} else {
setStatus( "While saving, the edit query returned an error." +
" Check the browser console for more information." );
}
}
console.log(data);
document.getElementById( "reply-dialog-field" ).style["background-image"] = "";
} ).fail ( function( code, result ) {
setStatus( "While replying, the edit failed." );
console.log(code);
console.log(result);
} );
} catch ( e ) {
setStatus( "There was an error while replying! Please leave a note at " +
"<a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Enterprisey/reply-link'>the script's talk page</a>" +
" with any errors in the browser console, if possible." );
if( e.message ) {
console.log( "Content request error: " + JSON.stringify( e.message ) );
}
throw e;
}
} ).fail( function () {
setStatus( "While getting the wikitext, there was an AJAX error." );
} );
}
/**
* Adds a "(reply)" link after the provided text node, giving it
* the provided element id. anyIndentation is true if there's any
* indentation (i.e. indentation string is not the empty string)
*/
function attachLinkAfterNode( node, preferredId, anyIndentation ) {
// Choose a parent node - walk up tree until we're under a dd, li,
// p, or div. This walk is a bit unsafe, but this function should
// only get called in a place where the walk will succeed.
var parent = node;
do {
parent = parent.parentNode;
} while( !( /^(p|dd|li|div)$/.test( parent.tagName.toLowerCase() ) ) );
// Determine whether we're replying to an XfD nom
var rplyToXfdNom = false;
if( xfdType === "AfD" || xfdType === "MfD" ) {
// If the comment is non-indented, we are replying to a nom
rplyToXfdNom = !anyIndentation;
} else if( xfdType === "TfD" || xfdType === "FfD" ) {
// If the sibling before the previous sibling of this node
// is a h4, then this is a nom
rplyToXfdNom = parent.previousElementSibling &&
parent.previousElementSibling.previousElementSibling &&
parent.previousElementSibling.previousElementSibling.nodeType === 1 &&
parent.previousElementSibling.previousElementSibling.tagName.toLowerCase() === "h4";
} else if( xfdType === "CfD" ) {
// If our grandparent is a dl and our grandparent's previous
// sibling is a h4, then this is a nom
rplyToXfdNom = parent.parentNode.tagName.toLowerCase() === "dl" &&
parent.parentNode.previousElementSibling.nodeType === 1 &&
parent.parentNode.previousElementSibling.tagName.toLowerCase() === "h4";
}
// Choose link label: if we're replying to an XfD, customize it
var linkLabel = "reply" + ( rplyToXfdNom ? " to " + xfdType : "" );
// Construct new link
var newLinkWrapper = document.createElement( "span" );
newLinkWrapper.className = "reply-link-wrapper";
var newLink = document.createElement( "a" );
newLink.href = "#";
newLink.id = preferredId;
newLink.dataset.originalLabel = linkLabel;
newLink.appendChild( document.createTextNode( linkLabel ) );
newLink.addEventListener( "click", function ( evt ) {
// Remove previous panel
var prevPanel = document.getElementById( "reply-dialog-panel" );
if( prevPanel ) {
window.onbeforeunload = null;
prevPanel.remove();
}
// Reset previous cancel links
var cancelLinks = iterableToList( document.querySelectorAll(
".reply-link-wrapper a" ) );
cancelLinks.forEach( function ( el ) {
if( el != newLink ) el.textContent = el.dataset.originalLabel;
} );
// Handle disable action
if( newLink.textContent === linkLabel ) {
// Disable this link
newLink.textContent = "cancel " + linkLabel;
} else {
// We've already cancelled the reply
newLink.textContent = linkLabel;
evt.preventDefault();
return false;
}
// Fetch metadata about this specific comment
var ourMetadata = metadata[this.id];
// Figure out the username of the author
// of the comment we're replying to
var sigNode = newLinkWrapper.previousSibling;
var possUserLinkElem = ( sigNode.nodeType === 1 &&
sigNode.tagName.toLowerCase() === "small" )
? sigNode.children[sigNode.children.length-1]
: sigNode.previousElementSibling;
var cmtAuthor = findUsernameInElem( possUserLinkElem );
// Create panel
var panelEl = document.createElement( "div" );
panelEl.style = "padding: 1em; margin-left: 1.6em;" +
" max-width: 1200px; width: 66%; margin-top: 0.5em;";
panelEl.id = "reply-dialog-panel";
panelEl.innerHTML = "<textarea id='reply-dialog-field' class='mw-ui-input' placeholder='Reply here!'></textarea>" +
"<table style='border-collapse:collapse'><tr><td id='reply-link-buttons' style='width: " +
( window.replyLinkPreloadPing === "button" ? "325" : "255" ) + "px'>" +
"<button id='reply-dialog-button' class='mw-ui-button mw-ui-progressive'>Reply</button> " +
"<button id='reply-link-preview-button' class='mw-ui-button'>Preview</button>" +
( window.replyLinkPreloadPing === "button" ?
" <button id='reply-link-ping-button' class='mw-ui-button'>Ping</button>" : "" ) +
"<button id='reply-link-cancel-button' class='mw-ui-button mw-ui-quiet mw-ui-destructive'>Cancel</button></td>" +
"<td id='reply-dialog-status'></span><div style='clear:left'></td></tr></table>" +
"<div id='reply-link-options' class='gone-on-empty' style='margin-top: 0.5em'></div>" +
"<div id='reply-link-preview' class='gone-on-empty' style='border: thin dashed gray; padding: 0.5em; margin-top: 0.5em'></div>";
mw.util.addCSS( ".gone-on-empty:empty { display: none; }" );
parent.insertBefore( panelEl, newLinkWrapper.nextSibling );
var replyDialogField = document.getElementById( "reply-dialog-field" );
replyDialogField.style = "padding: 0.625em; min-height: 10em; margin-bottom: 0.75em;";
if( window.replyLinkPreloadPing === "always" &&
cmtAuthor &&
cmtAuthor !== mw.config.get( "wgUserName" ) &&
!/(\d+.){3}\d+/.test( cmtAuthor ) ) {
replyDialogField.value = window.replyLinkPreloadPingTpl.replace( "##", cmtAuthor );
}
// Fill up #reply-link-options
function newOption( id, text, defaultOn ) {
var newCheckbox = document.createElement( "input" );
newCheckbox.type = "checkbox";
newCheckbox.id = id;
if( defaultOn ) {
newCheckbox.checked = true;
}
var newLabel = document.createElement( "label" );
newLabel.htmlFor = id;
newLabel.appendChild( document.createTextNode( text ) );
document.getElementById( "reply-link-options" ).appendChild( newCheckbox );
document.getElementById( "reply-link-options" ).appendChild( newLabel );
}
// If the dry-run option is "checkbox", add an option to make it
// a dry run
if( window.replyLinkDryRun === "checkbox" ) {
newOption( "reply-link-option-dry-run", "Don't actually edit?", true );
}
// If the current section header text indicates an edit request,
// add the relevant option
if( EDIT_REQ_REGEX.test( ourMetadata[1][1] ) ) {
newOption( "reply-link-option-edit-req", "Mark edit request as answered?", false );
}
/* Commented out because I could never get it to work
// Autofill with a recommendation if we're replying to a nom
if( rplyToXfdNom ) {
replyDialogField.value = "'''Comment'''";
// Highlight the "Comment" part so the user can change it
var range = document.createRange();
range.selectNodeContents( replyDialogField );
//range.setStart( replyDialogField, 3 ); // start of "Comment"
//range.setEnd( replyDialogField, 10 ); // end of "Comment"
var sel = window.getSelection();
sel.removeAllRanges();
sel.addRange( range );
}*/
// Event listener for the text area
document.getElementById( "reply-dialog-field" )
.addEventListener( "input", function () {
// If the user has started a reply, ask for a
// confirmation before closing
if( this.value && !window.onbeforeunload ) {
window.onbeforeunload = function ( e ) {
var txt = "You've started a reply but haven't posted it";
e.returnValue = txt;
return txt;
};
} else if( !this.value && window.onbeforeunload ) {
window.onbeforeunload = null;
}
} ); // End event listener for the text area
// Event listener for the "Reply" button
document.getElementById( "reply-dialog-button" )
.addEventListener( "click", function () {
// ourMetadata contains data in the format:
// [indentation, header, sigIdx]
doReply( ourMetadata[0], ourMetadata[1], ourMetadata[2],
cmtAuthor, rplyToXfdNom );
} ); // End event listener for the "Reply" button
// Event listener for the "Preview" button
document.getElementById( "reply-link-preview-button" )
.addEventListener( "click", function () {
var sanitizedCode = document.getElementById( "reply-dialog-field" ).value
.replace( /&/g, "%26" );
$.post( "https://en.wikipedia.org/api/rest_v1/transform/wikitext/to/html",
"wikitext=" + sanitizedCode + "&body_only=true",
function ( html ) {
document.getElementById( "reply-link-preview" ).innerHTML = html;
} );
} );
if( window.replyLinkPreloadPing === "button" ) {
document.getElementById( "reply-link-ping-button" )
.addEventListener( "click", function () {
replyDialogField.value = window.replyLinkPreloadPingTpl
.replace( "##", cmtAuthor ) + replyDialogField.value;
} );
}
// Event listener for the "Cancel" button
document.getElementById( "reply-link-cancel-button" )
.addEventListener( "click", function () {
newLink.textContent = linkLabel;
panelEl.remove();
window.onbeforeunload = null;
} );
// Cancel default event handler
evt.preventDefault();
return false;
} ); // End event listener for the "(reply)" link
newLinkWrapper.appendChild( document.createTextNode( " (" ) );
newLinkWrapper.appendChild( newLink );
newLinkWrapper.appendChild( document.createTextNode( ")" ) );
// Insert new link into DOM
parent.insertBefore( newLinkWrapper, node.nextSibling );
}
/**
* Uses attachLinkAfterTextNode to add a reply link after every
* timestamp on the page.
*/
function attachLinks () {
var mainContent = findMainContentEl();
var contentEls = mainContent.children;
// Loop until we get a header
var headerIndex = 0;
for( headerIndex = 0; headerIndex < contentEls.length; headerIndex++ ) {
if( contentEls[ headerIndex ].tagName.toLowerCase().startsWith( "h" ) ) break;
}
// If we didn't find any headers at all, that's a problem and we
// should bail
if( headerIndex === contentEls.length ) {
console.error( "Hit end of loop!" );
return;
}
// We also should include the first header
if( headerIndex > 0 ) {
headerIndex--;
}
// Each element is a 2-element list of [level, node]
var parseStack = iterableToList( contentEls ).slice( headerIndex );
parseStack.reverse();
parseStack = parseStack.map( function ( el ) { return [ "", el ]; } );
// Main parse loop
var node;
var currIndentation; // A string of symbols, like ":*::"
var newIndentSymbol;
var stackEl; // current element from the parse stack
var idNum = 0; // used to make id's for the links
var linkId = ""; // will be the element id for this link
while( parseStack.length ) {
stackEl = parseStack.pop();
node = stackEl[1];
currIndentation = stackEl[0];
// Compatibility with "Comments in Local Time"
var isLocalCommentsSpan = node.nodeType === 1 &&
"span" === node.tagName.toLowerCase() &&
node.className.indexOf( "localcomments" ) >= 0;
var isSmall = node.nodeType === 1 && node.tagName.toLowerCase() === "small";
// Small nodes are okay, unless they're delsort notices
var isOkSmallNode = isSmall &&
node.className.indexOf( "delsort-notice" ) < 0;
if( ( node.nodeType === 3 ) ||
isOkSmallNode ||
isLocalCommentsSpan ) {
// If the current node has a timestamp, attach a link to it
// Also, no links after timestamps, because it's just like
// having normal text afterwards, which is rejected (because
// that means someone put a timestamp in the middle of a
// paragraph)
if( TIMESTAMP_REGEX.test( node.textContent.trim() ) &&
( node.previousSibling || isSmall ) &&
( !node.nextElementSibling ||
node.nextElementSibling.tagName.toLowerCase() !== "a" ) ) {
linkId = "reply-link-" + idNum;
attachLinkAfterNode( node, linkId, !!currIndentation );
idNum++;
// Update global metadata dictionary
metadata[linkId] = currIndentation;
}
} else if( /^(p|dl|dd|ul|li|span|ol)$/.test( node.tagName.toLowerCase() ) ) {
switch( node.tagName.toLowerCase() ) {
case "dl": newIndentSymbol = ":"; break;
case "ul": newIndentSymbol = "*"; break;
case "ol": newIndentSymbol = "#"; break;
default: newIndentSymbol = ""; break;
}
var childNodes = node.childNodes;
for( let i = 0, numNodes = childNodes.length; i < numNodes; i++ ) {
parseStack.push( [ currIndentation + newIndentSymbol,
childNodes[i] ] );
}
}
}
// This loop adds two entries in the metadata dictionary:
// the header data, and the sigIdx values
var sigIdxEls = iterableToList( mainContent.querySelectorAll(
"h2,h3,h4,h5,h6,span.reply-link-wrapper a" ) );
var currSigIdx = 0, j, numSigIdxEls, currHeaderEl, currHeaderData;
var headerIdx = 0; // index of the current header
var headerLvl = 0; // level of the current header
for( j = 0, numSigIdxEls = sigIdxEls.length; j < numSigIdxEls; j++ ) {
var headerTagNameMatch = /h(\d+)/.exec(
sigIdxEls[j].tagName.toLowerCase() );
if( headerTagNameMatch ) {
currHeaderEl = sigIdxEls[j];
// Test to make sure we're not in the table of contents
if( currHeaderEl.parentNode.className === "toctitle" ) {
continue;
}
// Reset signature counter
currSigIdx = 0;
// Dig down one level for the header text because
// MW buries the text in a span inside the header
var headlineEl = null;
if( currHeaderEl.childNodes[0].className &&
currHeaderEl.childNodes[0].className.indexOf( "mw-headline" ) >= 0 ) {
headlineEl = currHeaderEl.childNodes[0];
} else {
for( var i = 0; i < currHeaderEl.childNodes.length; i++ ) {
if( currHeaderEl.childNodes[i].className &&
currHeaderEl.childNodes[i].className
.indexOf( "mw-headline" ) >= 0 ) {
headlineEl = currHeaderEl.childNodes[i];
break;
}
}
}
var headerName = null;
if( headlineEl ) {
headerName = headlineEl.textContent;
}
if( headerName === null ) {
console.error( currHeaderEl );
throw "Couldn't parse a header element!";
}
headerLvl = headerTagNameMatch[1];
currHeaderData = [ headerLvl, headerName, headerIdx ];
headerIdx++;
} else {
// Save all the metadata for this link
currIndentation = metadata[ sigIdxEls[j].id ];
metadata[ sigIdxEls[j].id ] = [ currIndentation,
currHeaderData ? currHeaderData.slice(0) : null,
currSigIdx ];
currSigIdx++;
}
}
//console.log(metadata);
}
function onReady () {
// Exit if history page or edit page
if( mw.config.get( "wgAction" ) === "history" ) return;
if( document.getElementById( "editform" ) ) return;
// Initialize the xfdType global variable, which must happen
// before the call to attachLinks
currentPageName = mw.config.get( "wgPageName" );
xfdType = "";
if( mw.config.get( "wgNamespaceNumber" ) === 4) {
if( currentPageName.startsWith( "Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/" ) ) {
xfdType = "AfD";
} else if( currentPageName.startsWith( "Wikipedia:Miscellany_for_deletion/" ) ) {
xfdType = "MfD";
} else if( currentPageName.startsWith( "Wikipedia:Templates_for_discussion/Log/" ) ) {
xfdType = "TfD";
} else if( currentPageName.startsWith( "Wikipedia:Categories_for_discussion/Log/" ) ) {
xfdType = "CfD";
} else if( currentPageName.startsWith( "Wikipedia:Files_for_discussion/" ) ) {
xfdType = "FfD";
}
}
// Default value for some preferences
if( window.replyLinkAutoReload === undefined ) {
window.replyLinkAutoReload = true;
}
if( window.replyLinkDryRun === undefined ) {
window.replyLinkDryRun = "never";
}
if( window.replyLinkPreloadPing === undefined ) {
window.replyLinkPreloadPing = "always";
}
if( window.replyLinkPreloadPingTpl === undefined ) {
window.replyLinkPreloadPingTpl = "{{u|##}}, ";
}
// Insert "reply" links into DOM
attachLinks();
// This large string creats the "pending" texture
window.replyLinkPendingImageUrl = "data:image/gif;base64,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";
}
var currNamespace = mw.config.get( "wgNamespaceNumber" );
if ( currNamespace % 2 === 1 || currNamespace === 4 ) {
mw.loader.load( "mediawiki.ui.input", "text/css" );
mw.loader.using( [ "mediawiki.util", "mediawiki.api" ] ).then( function () {
mw.hook( "wikipage.content" ).add( onReady );
} );
}
// Return functions for testing
return {
"iterableToList": iterableToList,
"sigIdxToStrIdx": sigIdxToStrIdx,
"insertTextAfterIdx": insertTextAfterIdx,
"wikitextToTextContent": wikitextToTextContent
};
}
// Export functions for testing
if( typeof module === typeof {} ) {
module.exports = { "loadReplyLink": loadReplyLink };
}
// If we're in the right environment, load the script
if( ( typeof jQuery !== "undefined" ) &&
( typeof mediaWiki !== "undefined" ) ) {
loadReplyLink( jQuery, mediaWiki );
}
//</nowiki>