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$wgArticleFeedbackRatings[edit | edit source]A good way to configure the categories is configurable 'just fine' using $wgArticleFeedbackRatings and corresponding entries in the article_feedback_ratings table.
In this mode, the tool links files from changesets back to top level work items (assumed to be requirements), which allows one to see how changes to a particular file can affect requirements.
State Visualization – Provides a quick and easy way to view the history of a work item.
Work Item Analysis – Shows all the links into and out of selected work items.
Dependency Analysis being able to see that changes to particular files can be tied back to affect certain requirements. This is different from the standard work item analysis shown in Usability initiative extensions an example of dependency analysis. In a dependency analysis graph, files are not grouped by changeset. Instead, every file only appears one time on the graph, with links back to the different changesets containing the file. A file could be associated with many different work items that may all lead back to different tasks and ultimately different requirements. Being able to visualize this association makes it easy to see which requirements will be affected by changing a particular file.

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Jerusalem2020J2IL wrote Jan 21, 2014 at 2:02 PM

Classic edit toolbar[edit | edit source]var addExtraButtons = function(){
mw.toolbar.addButton( {
    imageFile: '//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/34/Button_hide_comment.png',
    speedTip: 'Comment visible only for editors',
    tagOpen: '<!-- ',
    tagClose: ' -->',
    sampleText: 'Insert comment here',
    imageId: 'button-comment'
} );
};

if( $.inArray( mw.config.get( 'wgAction' ), [ 'edit', 'submit' ] ) !== -1 ) {
mw.loader.using( 'user.options', function () {
    if ( ! mw.user.options.get( 'usebetatoolbar' ) ) {
        mw.loader.using( 'mediawiki.action.edit', function(){
            $( addExtraButtons );
        } );
    }
} );
}

Jerusalem2020J2IL wrote Jan 21, 2014 at 4:47 PM

Download and extract the files in a directory called WikiEditor in your extensions/ folder. If you're a developer then instead you should use git clone to clone the extension's repository in your extensions/ folder.
Add the following code at the bottom of your LocalSettings.php:
require_once "$IP/extensions/WikiEditor/WikiEditor.php";
Navigate to "Special:Version" on your wiki to verify that the extension is successfully installed.
Configuration[edit | edit source]# Enables use of WikiEditor by default but still allow users to disable it in preferences.
The URL for this snapshot is:
https://codeload.github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki-extensions-WikiEditor/legacy.tar.gz/REL1_22

$wgDefaultUserOptions['usebetatoolbar'] = 1;
$wgDefaultUserOptions['usebetatoolbar-cgd'] = 1;

Displays the Preview and Changes tabs

$wgDefaultUserOptions['wikieditor-preview'] = 1;

Displays the Publish and Cancel buttons on the top right side

$wgDefaultUserOptions['wikieditor-publish'] = 1;