Huggle 3 QT-LX is an anti-vandalism tool for use on Wikipedia and other MediaWiki sites, written in C++ (QT framework). It is officialy supported for Windows (2000 or newer), MacOS and Linux (debian/ubuntu).
Libraries and tools you need to have to build:
- C++11 compiler
- CMake 2.8.9 or higher is required
- QT4 sdk (libqt4-dev libqt4-webkit libqt4-network qt4-qmake libqtwebkit-dev libqt4-dev-bin qt4-dev-tools)
- (optional) QT5 sdk (libqt5webkit5-dev qt5-default qtquick1-5-dev qtlocation5-dev qtsensors5-dev qtdeclarative5-dev)
- (optional) Python (libpython-dev)
- checkout this repository
- cd REPO/huggle, execute
./configure --extension --qt4 #you can use --qt5 in case you have it cd huggle_release make sudo make install
To enable python engine you need to:
On linux / mac: run ./configure with --python option, for example
./configure --qt5 --python
Note: you need to have cmake 3.0.0 or newer for this to work
On windows you need to run cmake with -DHUGGLE_PYTHON=TRUE for it to work
Now rebuild Huggle and hopefor the best!
If you manage to compile it, you can insert your .py extensions to HUGGLEROOT/extensions, for more information ask for help on our irc channel.
This is a documentation for users: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Huggle
We have a channel irc://chat.freenode.org/#huggle so if you need any kind of help please go there.
Everyone is allowed to send the pull requests to this repository, and all regular contributors get a developer access to directly push if they need it. If you want to join a Huggle developer team, please see https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Huggle/Members and insert yourself.
This repository is running CI using travis, if you want to change anything which doesn't require sanity check, like documentation or comments, please append [ci skip] to your message.
Huggle 3 is licensed under GPL v3+, some contents of this repository may be licensed under different license. See the local README or file headers for more information.