Module:Ns has subpages

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-- This module implements Template:Ns has subpages. -- While the template is fairly simple, this information is made available to -- Lua directly, so using a module means that we don't have to update the -- template as new namespaces are added.

local p = {}

function p._main(ns, frame) -- Get the current namespace if we were not passed one. if not ns then ns = mw.title.getCurrentTitle().namespace end

-- Look up the namespace table from mw.site.namespaces. This should work -- for a majority of cases. local nsTable = mw.site.namespaces[ns]

-- Try using string matching to get the namespace from page names. -- Do a quick and dirty bad title check to try and make sure we do the same -- thing as Module in most cases. if not nsTable and type(ns) == 'string' and not ns:find('[<>|%[%]{}]') then local nsStripped = ns:gsub('^[_%s]*:', ) nsStripped = nsStripped:gsub(':.*$', ) nsTable = mw.site.namespaces[nsStripped] end

-- If we still have no match then try the Module parser function, -- which should catch the remainder of cases. Don't use a mw.title object, -- as this would increment the expensive function count for each new page -- tested. if not nsTable then frame = frame or mw.getCurrentFrame() local nsProcessed = frame:callParserFunction('NAMESPACE', ns) nsTable = nsProcessed and mw.site.namespaces[nsProcessed] end

return nsTable and nsTable.hasSubpages end

function p.main(frame) local ns = frame:getParent().args[1] if ns then ns = ns:match('^%s*(.-)%s*$') -- trim whitespace ns = tonumber(ns) or ns end local hasSubpages = p._main(ns, frame) return hasSubpages and 'yes' or end

return p