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आइटमअवतरण 14:55, 13 मार्च 2012 से Jyothis द्वाराअवतरण 19:43, 16 अप्रैल 2012 से Siddhartha Ghai द्वारा
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"<ref|</ref" split for clarity
 
"<ref|</ref" split for clarity
 
'ip_in_range(user_name,"1.2.3.4/24")',
 
'ip_in_range(user_name,"1.2.3.4/24")',
 
Appears to get more and better hits on referenced info now too. Apparently, previous version wasn't working properly. --Mgm
 
Appears to get more and better hits on referenced info now too. Apparently, previous version wasn't working properly. --Mgm
  
 
Switched on. - It Is Me Here
 
Switched on. - It Is Me Here
 
Tagging instead of disallowing, there are plenty of good reasons to remove references. -- Mgm
 
Tagging instead of disallowing, there are plenty of good reasons to remove references. -- Mgm
 
Oh, is this for all references? Wasn't there one regarding removing a {{Reflist}} template? - It Is Me Here
 
Oh, is this for all references? Wasn't there one regarding removing a {{Reflist}} template? - It Is Me Here
 
   That one (filter 79) was a test, and it doesn't appear to be working properly. It hasn't caught anything for at least 24 hours. - Mgm
 
   That one (filter 79) was a test, and it doesn't appear to be working properly. It hasn't caught anything for at least 24 hours. - Mgm
 
removed private flag, unnecessary --  Zzuuzz
 
removed private flag, unnecessary --  Zzuuzz
 
Updated format that should also catch named references and avoid the old reference grouping tag. --Mgm
 
Updated format that should also catch named references and avoid the old reference grouping tag. --Mgm
 
Filter 79 now working properly, removing line that specifies reflist. Working on better regex to avoid <references/> being hit with this one --Mgm
 
Filter 79 now working properly, removing line that specifies reflist. Working on better regex to avoid <references/> being hit with this one --Mgm
  
 
Changing to edit_delta <= -1000 from >= -1000; seems like this was the intent. >= and <= comparisons are based on actual value, not absolute value. Correct me if this was the intent. Also, we are getting some false positives on this, see http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Interstate_5_in_Washington&diff=279452062&oldid=278504317 - Hersfold
 
Changing to edit_delta <= -1000 from >= -1000; seems like this was the intent. >= and <= comparisons are based on actual value, not absolute value. Correct me if this was the intent. Also, we are getting some false positives on this, see http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Interstate_5_in_Washington&diff=279452062&oldid=278504317 - Hersfold
  
 
>= is correct. It is supposed to exclude large removals from being evaluated since they're covered by blanking filters.  It was an error in the regex. Instead of allowing for <ref name="whatever">, the regex allowed choosing between <ref> and <ref name>, the last of which obviously didn't work. -- Mgm
 
>= is correct. It is supposed to exclude large removals from being evaluated since they're covered by blanking filters.  It was an error in the regex. Instead of allowing for <ref name="whatever">, the regex allowed choosing between <ref> and <ref name>, the last of which obviously didn't work. -- Mgm
  
 
added note in filter to avoid confusion --Mgm
 
added note in filter to avoid confusion --Mgm
  
 
Altered regex to treat refs as whole blocks, to avoid situation where a duplicate ref is changed to a named ref (<ref>Blah</ref> --> <ref name=foo/>).  Now won't catch users removing one end of a ref though.  Might have ec'd with cmt above, but can't tell in this wierd system :D --HM
 
Altered regex to treat refs as whole blocks, to avoid situation where a duplicate ref is changed to a named ref (<ref>Blah</ref> --> <ref name=foo/>).  Now won't catch users removing one end of a ref though.  Might have ec'd with cmt above, but can't tell in this wierd system :D --HM
  
  
 
Okay... I THINK this is finally a correct regex that:
 
Okay... I THINK this is finally a correct regex that:
  
 
   1) grabs <ref> ... </ref> as entire blocks
 
   1) grabs <ref> ... </ref> as entire blocks
 
   2) grabs <ref name="foo"/>
 
   2) grabs <ref name="foo"/>
 
   3) ignores <references/>
 
   3) ignores <references/>
 
   4) allows newline breaks between <ref> and </ref> tags.
 
   4) allows newline breaks between <ref> and </ref> tags.
 
   5) grabs only consecutive <ref>, </ref> pairs (as opposed to jumping from the first <ref> to the last </ref>).
 
   5) grabs only consecutive <ref>, </ref> pairs (as opposed to jumping from the first <ref> to the last </ref>).
  
 
-DF
 
-DF
  
 
Restored original version, added exclusions for naming references and removing closing tags of named references. --Mgm
 
Restored original version, added exclusions for naming references and removing closing tags of named references. --Mgm
  
 
Added comments for clarity --Mgm
 
Added comments for clarity --Mgm
  
 
Too many false positives, setting to log only. --Conti
 
Too many false positives, setting to log only. --Conti
  
 
From Coppertwig:
 
From Coppertwig:
 
A more exact count might be obtained by defining a ref-opening as either "<ref>" or "<ref name" and a ref-closing as either "</ref>" or "ref name ... />".  (With the named reference, the same tag will sometimes count as both an opening and a closing.)  The code might look something like this (assuming rcount expects regular expressions):
 
A more exact count might be obtained by defining a ref-opening as either "<ref>" or "<ref name" and a ref-closing as either "</ref>" or "ref name ... />".  (With the named reference, the same tag will sometimes count as both an opening and a closing.)  The code might look something like this (assuming rcount expects regular expressions):
  
 
/* count of removed ref-openings exceeds count of added ref-openings, or count of removed ref-closings exceeds count of added ref-closings; named refs with slashes count as both openings and closings. */ & (rcount("(<ref>|<ref\sname)",removed_lines) > rcount("(<ref>|<ref\sname)",added_lines) | rcount("(</ref>|<ref\sname[^>/]*/>)",removed_lines) > rcount("(</ref>|<ref\sname[^>/]*/>)",added_lines)
 
/* count of removed ref-openings exceeds count of added ref-openings, or count of removed ref-closings exceeds count of added ref-closings; named refs with slashes count as both openings and closings. */ & (rcount("(<ref>|<ref\sname)",removed_lines) > rcount("(<ref>|<ref\sname)",added_lines) | rcount("(</ref>|<ref\sname[^>/]*/>)",removed_lines) > rcount("(</ref>|<ref\sname[^>/]*/>)",added_lines)
  
 
Adjusted delta to -3000 due to a sock removing references that has been missed due to the total removed content. Ref [[User:Ryulong/Sandbox#Ref_removing_vandal]] - Shirik 24 Jan
 
Adjusted delta to -3000 due to a sock removing references that has been missed due to the total removed content. Ref [[User:Ryulong/Sandbox#Ref_removing_vandal]] - Shirik 24 Jan
  
 
I replaced \sname with \s(name|group). - Ruslik
 
I replaced \sname with \s(name|group). - Ruslik
  
 
Something 'wrong' here .. it catches also '<ref></ref>' (i.e., empty tags, as included in the article creation wizard).  They should be excluded.
 
Something 'wrong' here .. it catches also '<ref></ref>' (i.e., empty tags, as included in the article creation wizard).  They should be excluded.
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Set to tag and warn. Not all reference removals are bad. We should AGF as much as possible. -Siddhartha Ghai
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