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local p = {}
 
--[[--------------------------< F O R W A R D D E C L A R A T I O N S >--------------------------------------
-- returns a number according to the month in a date: 1 for January, etc. Capitalization and spelling must be correct. If not a valid month, returns 0
]]
function get_month_number (month)
 
local long_months = {['January']=1, ['February']=2, ['March']=3, ['April']=4, ['May']=5, ['June']=6, ['July']=7, ['August']=8, ['September']=9, ['October']=10, ['November']=11, ['December']=12};
local add_prop_cat, is_set, in_array, set_message, substitute, wrap_style; -- imported functions from selected Module:Citation/CS1/Utilities
local short_months = {['Jan']=1, ['Feb']=2, ['Mar']=3, ['Apr']=4, ['May']=5, ['Jun']=6, ['Jul']=7, ['Aug']=8, ['Sep']=9, ['Oct']=10, ['Nov']=11, ['Dec']=12};
local cfg; -- table of tables imported from selected Module:Citation/CS1/Configuration
local temp;
 
temp=long_months[month];
 
if temp then return temp; end -- if month is the long-form name
--[[--------------------------< F I L E - S C O P E D E C L A R A T I O N S >--------------------------------
temp=short_months[month];
 
if temp then return temp; end -- if month is the short-form name
File-scope variables are declared here
return 0; -- misspelled, improper case, or not a month name
 
]]
 
local lang_object = mw.getContentLanguage(); -- used by is_valid_accessdate(), is_valid_year(), date_name_xlate(); TODO: move to ~/Configuration?
local year_limit; -- used by is_valid_year()
 
 
--[=[-------------------------< I S _ V A L I D _ A C C E S S D A T E >----------------------------------------
 
returns true if:
Wikipedia start date <= accessdate < today + 2 days
 
Wikipedia start date is 2001-01-15T00:00:00 UTC which is 979516800 seconds after 1970-01-01T00:00:00 UTC (the start of Unix time)
accessdate is the date provided in |access-date= at time 00:00:00 UTC
today is the current date at time 00:00:00 UTC plus 48 hours
if today is 2015-01-01T00:00:00 then
adding 24 hours gives 2015-01-02T00:00:00 – one second more than today
adding 24 hours gives 2015-01-03T00:00:00 – one second more than tomorrow
 
This function does not work if it is fed month names for languages other than English. Wikimedia #time: parser
apparently doesn't understand non-English date month names. This function will always return false when the date
contains a non-English month name because good1 is false after the call to lang.formatDate(). To get around that
call this function with YYYY-MM-DD format dates.
 
]=]
 
local function is_valid_accessdate (accessdate)
local good1, good2;
local access_ts, tomorrow_ts; -- to hold Unix time stamps representing the dates
 
good1, access_ts = pcall (lang_object.formatDate, lang_object, 'U', accessdate ); -- convert accessdate value to Unix timestamp
good2, tomorrow_ts = pcall (lang_object.formatDate, lang_object, 'U', 'today + 2 days' ); -- today midnight + 2 days is one second more than all day tomorrow
if good1 and good2 then -- lang.formatDate() returns a timestamp in the local script which which tonumber() may not understand
access_ts = tonumber (access_ts) or lang_object:parseFormattedNumber (access_ts); -- convert to numbers for the comparison;
tomorrow_ts = tonumber (tomorrow_ts) or lang_object:parseFormattedNumber (tomorrow_ts);
else
return false; -- one or both failed to convert to Unix time stamp
end
 
if 979516800 <= access_ts and access_ts < tomorrow_ts then -- Wikipedia start date <= accessdate < tomorrow's date
return true;
else
return false; -- accessdate out of range
end
end
 
 
-- returns a number according to the sequence of seasons in a year: 1 for Winter, etc. Capitalization and spelling must be correct. If not a valid season, returns 0
--[[--------------------------< I S _ V A L I D _ E M B A R G O _ D A T E >------------------------------------
function get_season_number (season)
 
local season_list = {['Winter']=1, ['Spring']=2, ['Summer']=3, ['Fall']=4, ['Autumn']=4}
returns true and date value if that value has proper dmy, mdy, ymd format.
local temp;
 
temp=season_list[season];
returns false and 9999 (embargoed forever) when date value is not proper format; assumes that when |pmc-embargo-date= is
if temp then return temp; end -- if season is a valid name return its number
set, the editor intended to embargo a PMC but |pmc-embargo-date= does not hold a single date.
return 0; -- misspelled, improper case, or not a season name
 
]]
 
local function is_valid_embargo_date (v)
if v:match ('^%d%d%d%d%-%d%d%-%d%d$') or -- ymd
v:match ('^%d%d?%s+%a+%s+%d%d%d%d$') or -- dmy
v:match ('^%a+%s+%d%d?%s*,%s*%d%d%d%d$') then -- mdy
return true, v;
end
return false, '9999'; -- if here not good date so return false and set embargo date to long time in future
end
 
 
--returns true if month or season is valid (properly spelled, capitalized, abbreviated)
--[[--------------------------< G E T _ M O N T H _ N U M B E R >----------------------------------------------
function is_valid_month_or_season (month_season)
 
if 0 == get_month_number (month_season) then -- if month text isn't one of the twelve months, might be a season
returns a number according to the month in a date: 1 for January, etc. Capitalization and spelling must be correct.
if 0 == get_season_number (month_season) then -- not a month, is it a season?
If not a valid month, returns 0
return false; -- return false not a month or one of the five seasons
 
]]
 
local function get_month_number (month)
return cfg.date_names['local'].long[month] or cfg.date_names['local'].short[month] or -- look for local names first
cfg.date_names['en'].long[month] or cfg.date_names['en'].short[month] or -- failing that, look for English names
0; -- not a recognized month name
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< G E T _ S E A S O N _ N U M B E R >--------------------------------------------
 
returns a number according to the sequence of seasons in a year: 21 for Spring, etc. Capitalization and spelling
must be correct. If not a valid season, returns 0.
21-24 = Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, independent of “Hemisphere”
 
returns 0 when <param> is not |date=
 
Season numbering is defined by Extended Date/Time Format (EDTF) specification (https://www.loc.gov/standards/datetime/)
which became part of ISO 8601 in 2019. See '§Sub-year groupings'. The standard defines various divisions using
numbers 21-41. cs1|2 only supports generic seasons. EDTF does support the distinction between north and south
hemisphere seasons but cs1|2 has no way to make that distinction.
 
These additional divisions not currently supported:
25-28 = Spring - Northern Hemisphere, Summer- Northern Hemisphere, Autumn - Northern Hemisphere, Winter - Northern Hemisphere
29-32 = Spring – Southern Hemisphere, Summer– Southern Hemisphere, Autumn – Southern Hemisphere, Winter - Southern Hemisphere
33-36 = Quarter 1, Quarter 2, Quarter 3, Quarter 4 (3 months each)
37-39 = Quadrimester 1, Quadrimester 2, Quadrimester 3 (4 months each)
40-41 = Semestral 1, Semestral-2 (6 months each)
 
]]
 
local function get_season_number (season, param)
if 'date' ~= param then
return 0; -- season dates only supported by |date=
end
return cfg.date_names['local'].season[season] or -- look for local names first
cfg.date_names['en'].season[season] or -- failing that, look for English names
0; -- not a recognized season name
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< G E T _ Q U A R T E R _ N U M B E R >------------------------------------------
 
returns a number according to the sequence of quarters in a year: 33 for first quarter, etc. Capitalization and spelling
must be correct. If not a valid quarter, returns 0.
33-36 = Quarter 1, Quarter 2, Quarter 3, Quarter 4 (3 months each)
 
returns 0 when <param> is not |date=
 
Quarter numbering is defined by Extended Date/Time Format (EDTF) specification (https://www.loc.gov/standards/datetime/)
which became part of ISO 8601 in 2019. See '§Sub-year groupings'. The standard defines various divisions using
numbers 21-41. cs1|2 only supports generic seasons and quarters.
 
These additional divisions not currently supported:
37-39 = Quadrimester 1, Quadrimester 2, Quadrimester 3 (4 months each)
40-41 = Semestral 1, Semestral-2 (6 months each)
 
]]
 
local function get_quarter_number (quarter, param)
if 'date' ~= param then
return 0; -- quarter dates only supported by |date=
end
quarter = mw.ustring.gsub (quarter, ' +', ' '); -- special case replace multiple space chars with a single space char
return cfg.date_names['local'].quarter[quarter] or -- look for local names first
cfg.date_names['en'].quarter[quarter] or -- failing that, look for English names
0; -- not a recognized quarter name
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< G E T _ P R O P E R _ N A M E _ N U M B E R >----------------------------------
 
returns a non-zero number if date contains a recognized proper-name. Capitalization and spelling must be correct.
 
returns 0 when <param> is not |date=
 
]]
 
local function get_proper_name_number (name, param)
if 'date' ~= param then
return 0; -- proper-name dates only supported by |date=
end
return cfg.date_names['local'].named[name] or -- look for local names dates first
cfg.date_names['en'].named[name] or -- failing that, look for English names
0; -- not a recognized named date
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< G E T _ E L E M E N T _ N U M B E R <------------------------------------------
 
returns true if month or season or quarter or proper name is valid (properly spelled, capitalized, abbreviated)
 
]]
 
local function get_element_number (element, param)
local num;
local funcs = {get_month_number, get_season_number, get_quarter_number, get_proper_name_number}; -- list of functions to execute in order
for _, func in ipairs (funcs) do -- spin through the function list
num = func (element, param); -- call the function and get the returned number
if 0 ~= num then -- non-zero when valid month season quarter
return num; -- return that number
end
end
return truenil; -- not valid
end
 
--[[--------------------------< I S _ V A L I D _ Y E A R >----------------------------------------------------
 
Function gets current year from the server and compares it to year from a citation parameter. Years more than one year in the future are not acceptable.
year in the future are not acceptable.
 
]]
 
local function is_valid_year (year)
if not is_set(year_limit) then
year_limit = tonumber(os.date("%Y"))+1; -- global variable so we only have to fetch it once
end
 
return tonumber(year) <= year_limit; -- false if year is in the future more than one year
year = tonumber (year) or lang_object:parseFormattedNumber (year); -- convert to numbers for the comparison;
return year and (year <= year_limit) or false;
end
 
--[[
Returns true if day is less than or equal to the number of days in month and year is no farther into the future than next year; else returns false.
 
--[[--------------------------< I S _ V A L I D _ D A T E >----------------------------------------------------
Assumes Julian calendar prior to year 1582 and Gregorian calendar thereafter. Accounts for Julian calendar leap years before 1582 and Gregorian leap years after 1582.
 
Where the two calendars overlap (1582 to approximately 1923) dates are assumed to be Gregorian.
Returns true if day is less than or equal to the number of days in month and year is no farther into the future
than next year; else returns false.
 
Assumes Julian calendar prior to year 1582 and Gregorian calendar thereafter. Accounts for Julian calendar leap
years before 1582 and Gregorian leap years after 1582. Where the two calendars overlap (1582 to approximately
1923) dates are assumed to be Gregorian.
 
]]
 
function is_valid_date (year, month, day)
local function is_valid_date (year, month, day)
local days_in_month = {31, 28, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31};
local month_length;
if not is_valid_year(year) then -- no farther into the future than next year
return false;
end
ifmonth (2== tonumber(month) then; -- ifrequired for YYYY-MM-DD Februarydates
month_length = 28; -- then 28 days unless
if 1582(2 >== tonumber(yearmonth) then -- Julianif calendarFebruary
month_length = 28; -- then 28 days unless
if 0==(year%4) then
if 1582 > tonumber(year) then -- Julian calendar
month_length = 29;
if 0 == (year%4) then -- is a leap year?
month_length = 29; -- if leap year then 29 days in February
end
else -- Gregorian calendar
if (0 == (year%4) and (0 ~= (year%100) or 0 == (year%400))) then -- is a leap year?
month_length = 29; -- if leap year then 29 days in February
end
end
else
month_length = days_in_month[month];
end
 
end
 
 
--[[
--[[--------------------------< I S _ V A L I D _ M O N T H _ R A N G E _ S T Y L E >--------------------------
 
Months in a range are expected to have the same style: Jan–Mar or October–December but not February–Mar or Jul–August.
There is a special test for May because it can be either short or long form.
 
Returns true when style for both months is the same
 
]]
 
local function is_valid_month_range_style (month1, month2)
local len1 = month1:len();
local len2 = month2:len();
if len1 == len2 then
return true; -- both months are short form so return true
elseif 'May' == month1 or 'May'== month2 then -- ToDo: I18N
return true; -- both months are long form so return true
elseif 3 == len1 or 3 == len2 then
return false; -- months are mixed form so return false
else
return true; -- both months are long form so return true
end
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< I S _ V A L I D _ M O N T H _ S E A S O N _ R A N G E >------------------------
 
Check a pair of months or seasons to see if both are valid members of a month or season pair.
 
Month pairs are expected to be left to right, earliest to latest in time. Similarly, seasons are also left to right, earliest to latest in time. There is
 
an oddity with seasons. Winter is assigned a value of 1, spring 2, ..., fall and autumn 4. Because winter can follow fall/autumn at the end of a calender year, a special test
All season ranges are accepted as valid because there are publishers out there who have published a Summer–Spring YYYY issue, hence treat as ok
is made to see if |date=Fall-Winter yyyy (4-1) is the date.
 
]]
 
local function is_valid_month_season_range(range_start, range_end, param)
local range_start_number = get_month_number (range_start);
local range_end_number;
 
if 0 == range_start_number then -- is this a month range?
range_start_number = get_season_number (range_start, param); -- not a month; is it a season? get start season number
range_end_number = get_season_number (range_end, param); -- get end season number
 
if (0 ~= range_start_number) and (0 ~= range_end_number) and (range_start_number ~= range_end_number) then
return true; -- any season pairing is accepted except when both are the same
end
return false; -- range_start and/or range_end is not a season
end
-- here when range_start is a month
range_end_number = get_month_number (range_end); -- get end month number
if range_start_number < range_end_number and -- range_start is a month; does range_start precede range_end?
is_valid_month_range_style (range_start, range_end) then -- do months have the same style?
return true; -- proper order and same style
end
return false; -- range_start month number is greater than or equal to range end number; or range end isn't a month
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< M A K E _ C O I N S _ D A T E >------------------------------------------------
 
This function receives a table of date parts for one or two dates and an empty table reference declared in
Module:Citation/CS1. The function is called only for |date= parameters and only if the |date=<value> is
determined to be a valid date format. The question of what to do with invalid date formats is not answered here.
 
The date parts in the input table are converted to an ISO 8601 conforming date string:
single whole dates: yyyy-mm-dd
month and year dates: yyyy-mm
year dates: yyyy
ranges: yyyy-mm-dd/yyyy-mm-dd
yyyy-mm/yyyy-mm
yyyy/yyyy
 
Dates in the Julian calendar are reduced to year or year/year so that we don't have to do calendar conversion from
Julian to Proleptic Gregorian.
 
The input table has:
year, year2 – always present; if before 1582, ignore months and days if present
month, month2 – 0 if not provided, 1-12 for months, 21-24 for seasons; 99 Christmas
day, day2 – 0 if not provided, 1-31 for days
the output table receives:
if 0 == range_start_number then -- is this a month range?
rftdate: an ISO 8601 formatted date
local range_start_number = get_season_number (range_start); -- not a month; is it a season? get start season number
rftchron: a free-form version of the date, usually without year which is in rftdate (season ranges and proper-name dates)
local range_end_number = get_season_number (range_end); -- get end season number
rftssn: one of four season keywords: winter, spring, summer, fall (lowercase)
rftquarter: one of four values: 1, 2, 3, 4
 
]]
if 0 ~= range_start_number then -- is start of range a season?
 
if range_start_number < range_end_number then -- range_start is a season
local function make_COinS_date (input, tCOinS_date)
return true; -- return true when range_end is also a season and follows start season; else false
local date; -- one date or first date in a range
end
local date2 = ''; -- end of range date
if 4 == range_start_number and 1 == range_end_number then -- special case when range is Fall-Winter or Autumn-Winter
-- start temporary Julian / Gregorian calendar uncertainty detection
return true;
local year = tonumber(input.year); -- this temporary code to determine the extent of sources dated to the Julian/Gregorian
local month = tonumber(input.month); -- interstice 1 October 1582 – 1 January 1926
local day = tonumber (input.day);
if (0 ~= day) and -- day must have a value for this to be a whole date
(((1582 == year) and (10 <= month) and (12 >= month)) or -- any whole 1582 date from 1 October to 31 December or
((1926 == year) and (1 == month) and (1 == input.day)) or -- 1 January 1926 or
((1582 < year) and (1925 >= year))) then -- any date 1 January 1583 – 31 December 1925
tCOinS_date.inter_cal_cat = true; -- set category flag true
end
-- end temporary Julian / Gregorian calendar uncertainty detection
if 1582 > tonumber(input.year) or 20 < tonumber(input.month) then -- Julian calendar or season so &rft.date gets year only
date = input.year;
if 0 ~= input.year2 and input.year ~= input.year2 then -- if a range, only the second year portion when not the same as range start year
date = string.format ('%.4d/%.4d', tonumber(input.year), tonumber(input.year2)) -- assemble the date range
end
if 20 < tonumber(input.month) then -- if season or proper-name date
local season = {[24] = 'winter', [21] = 'spring', [22] = 'summer', [23] = 'fall', [33] = '1', [34] = '2', [35] = '3', [36] = '4', [98] = 'Easter', [99] = 'Christmas'}; -- seasons lowercase, no autumn; proper-names use title case
if 0 == input.month2 then -- single season date
if 40 < tonumber(input.month) then
tCOinS_date.rftchron = season[input.month]; -- proper-name dates
elseif 30 < tonumber(input.month) then
tCOinS_date.rftquarter = season[input.month]; -- quarters
else
tCOinS_date.rftssn = season[input.month]; -- seasons
end
else -- season range with a second season specified
if input.year ~= input.year2 then -- season year – season year range or season year–year
tCOinS_date.rftssn = season[input.month]; -- start of range season; keep this?
if 0~= input.month2 then
tCOinS_date.rftchron = string.format ('%s %s – %s %s', season[input.month], input.year, season[input.month2], input.year2);
end
else -- season–season year range
tCOinS_date.rftssn = season[input.month]; -- start of range season; keep this?
tCOinS_date.rftchron = season[input.month] .. '–' .. season[input.month2]; -- season–season year range
end
end
end
tCOinS_date.rftdate = date;
return false; -- range_start is not a month or a season; or range_start is a season and range_end is not; or improper season sequence
return; -- done
end
if 0 ~= input.day then
date = string.format ('%s-%.2d-%.2d', input.year, tonumber(input.month), tonumber(input.day)); -- whole date
elseif 0 ~= input.month then
date = string.format ('%s-%.2d', input.year, tonumber(input.month)); -- year and month
else
date = string.format ('%s', input.year); -- just year
end
 
if 0 ~= input.year2 then
local range_end_number = get_month_number (range_end); -- get end month number
if 0 ~= input.day2 then
if range_start_number < range_end_number then -- range_start is a month; does range_start precede range_end?
date2 = string.format ('/%s-%.2d-%.2d', input.year2, tonumber(input.month2), tonumber(input.day2)); -- whole date
return true; -- if yes, return true
elseif 0 ~= input.month2 then
date2 = string.format ('/%s-%.2d', input.year2, tonumber(input.month2)); -- year and month
else
date2 = string.format ('/%s', input.year2); -- just year
end
end
return false; -- range_start month number is greater than or equal to range end number; or range end isn't a month
tCOinS_date.rftdate = date .. date2; -- date2 has the '/' separator
return;
end
 
--[[
Check date format to see that it is one of the formats approved by WP:DATESNO or WP:DATERANGE. Exception: only allowed range separator is endash.
Additionally, check the date to see that it is a real date: no 31 in 30-day months; no 29 February when not a leap year. Months, both long-form and three
character abbreviations, and seasons must be spelled correctly. Future years beyond next year are not allowed.
 
--[[--------------------------< P A T T E R N S >--------------------------------------------------------------
If the date fails the format tests, this function returns false and does not return values for anchor_year and COinS_date. When this happens, the date parameter is
 
used in the COinS metadata and the CITEREF identifier gets its year from the year parameter if present otherwise CITEREF does not get a date value.
this is the list of patterns for date formats that this module recognizes. Approximately the first half of these
patterns represent formats that might be reformatted into another format. Those that might be reformatted have
'indicator' letters that identify the content of the matching capture: 'd' (day), 'm' (month), 'a' (anchor year),
'y' (year); second day, month, year have a '2' suffix.
 
These patterns are used for both date validation and for reformatting. This table should not be moved to ~/Configuration
because changes to this table require changes to check_date() and to reformatter() and reformat_date()
 
]]
 
local patterns = {
-- year-initial numerical year-month-day
['ymd'] = {'^(%d%d%d%d)%-(%d%d)%-(%d%d)$', 'y', 'm', 'd'},
-- month-initial: month day, year
['Mdy'] = {'^(%D-) +([1-9]%d?), +((%d%d%d%d?)%a?)$', 'm', 'd', 'a', 'y'},
-- month-initial day range: month day–day, year; days are separated by endash
['Md-dy'] = {'^(%D-) +([1-9]%d?)[%-–]([1-9]%d?), +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$', 'm', 'd', 'd2', 'a', 'y'},
-- day-initial: day month year
['dMy'] = {'^([1-9]%d?) +(%D-) +((%d%d%d%d?)%a?)$', 'd', 'm', 'a', 'y'},
-- year-initial: year month day; day: 1 or 2 two digits, leading zero allowed; not supported at en.wiki
-- ['yMd'] = {'^((%d%d%d%d?)%a?) +(%D-) +(%d%d?)$', 'a', 'y', 'm', 'd'},
-- day-range-initial: day–day month year; days are separated by endash
['d-dMy'] = {'^([1-9]%d?)[%-–]([1-9]%d?) +(%D-) +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$', 'd', 'd2', 'm', 'a', 'y'},
-- day initial month-day-range: day month - day month year; uses spaced endash
['dM-dMy'] = {'^([1-9]%d?) +(%D-) +[%-–] +([1-9]%d?) +(%D-) +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$', 'd', 'm', 'd2', 'm2', 'a', 'y'},
-- month initial month-day-range: month day – month day, year; uses spaced endash
['Md-Mdy'] = {'^(%D-) +([1-9]%d?) +[%-–] +(%D-) +([1-9]%d?), +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$','m', 'd', 'm2', 'd2', 'a', 'y'},
-- day initial month-day-year-range: day month year - day month year; uses spaced endash
['dMy-dMy'] = {'^([1-9]%d?) +(%D-) +(%d%d%d%d) +[%-–] +([1-9]%d?) +(%D-) +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$', 'd', 'm', 'y', 'd2', 'm2', 'a', 'y2'},
-- month initial month-day-year-range: month day, year – month day, year; uses spaced endash
['Mdy-Mdy'] = {'^(%D-) +([1-9]%d?), +(%d%d%d%d) +[%-–] +(%D-) +([1-9]%d?), +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$', 'm', 'd', 'y', 'm2', 'd2', 'a', 'y2'},
 
-- these date formats cannot be converted, per se, but month name can be rendered short or long
-- month/season year - month/season year; separated by spaced endash
['My-My'] = {'^(%D-) +(%d%d%d%d) +[%-–] +(%D-) +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$', 'm', 'y', 'm2', 'a', 'y2'},
-- month/season range year; months separated by endash
['M-My'] = {'^(%D-)[%-–](%D-) +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$', 'm', 'm2', 'a', 'y'},
-- month/season year or proper-name year; quarter year when First Quarter YYYY etc.
['My'] = {'^([^%d–]-) +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$', 'm', 'a', 'y'}, -- this way because endash is a member of %D; %D- will match January–March 2019 when it shouldn't
 
-- these date formats cannot be converted
['Sy4-y2'] = {'^(%D-) +((%d%d)%d%d)[%-–]((%d%d)%a?)$'}, -- special case Winter/Summer year-year (YYYY-YY); year separated with unspaced endash
['Sy-y'] = {'^(%D-) +(%d%d%d%d)[%-–]((%d%d%d%d)%a?)$'}, -- special case Winter/Summer year-year; year separated with unspaced endash
['y-y'] = {'^(%d%d%d%d?)[%-–]((%d%d%d%d?)%a?)$'}, -- year range: YYY-YYY or YYY-YYYY or YYYY–YYYY; separated by unspaced endash; 100-9999
['y4-y2'] = {'^((%d%d)%d%d)[%-–]((%d%d)%a?)$'}, -- year range: YYYY–YY; separated by unspaced endash
['ymx'] = {'^(%d%d%d%d)%-(%d%d)%-XX$', 'y', 'm'}, -- edtf year-initial numerical year-month-XX
['y'] = {'^((%d%d%d%d?)%a?)$'}, -- year; here accept either YYY or YYYY
}
 
 
--[[--------------------------< C H E C K _ D A T E >----------------------------------------------------------
 
Check date format to see that it is one of the formats approved by WP:DATESNO or WP:DATERANGE. Exception: only
allowed range separator is endash. Additionally, check the date to see that it is a real date: no 31 in 30-day
months; no 29 February when not a leap year. Months, both long-form and three character abbreviations, and seasons
must be spelled correctly. Future years beyond next year are not allowed.
 
If the date fails the format tests, this function returns false and does not return values for anchor_year and
COinS_date. When this happens, the date parameter is (DEBUG: not?) used in the COinS metadata and the CITEREF identifier gets
its year from the year parameter if present otherwise CITEREF does not get a date value.
 
Inputs:
date_string - date string from date-holding parameters (date, year, accessdatepublication-date, access-date, pmc-embargo-date, archivedatearchive-date, etc.lay-date)
 
Returns:
true, anchor_year, COinS_date
anchor_year can be used in CITEREF anchors
COinS_date is date_stringISO without8601 anchor_yearformat disambiguatordate; ifsee anymake_COInS_date()
 
]]
 
function check_date (date_string)
local function check_date (date_string, param, tCOinS_date)
local year; -- assume that year2, months, and days are not used;
local year2=0year; -- secondassume yearthat inyear2, amonths, yearand rangedays are not used;
local year2 = 0; -- second year in a year range
local month=0;
local month = 0;
local month2=0; -- second month in a month range
local month2 = 0; -- second month in a month range
local day=0;
local day2day = 0; -- second day in a day range
local day2 = 0; -- second day in a day range
local anchor_year;
local coins_date;
 
if date_string:match ("^%d%d%d%d%-%d%d%-%d%d$"patterns['ymd'][1]) then -- year-initial numerical year month day format
year, month, day =string. date_string:match(date_string, "(%d%d%d%d)%-(%d%d)%-(%d%d)"patterns['ymd'][1]);
if 12 < tonumber(month) or 1 > tonumber(month) or 1582 > tonumber(year) or 0 == tonumber(day) then return false; end -- month or day number not valid or not Gregorian calendar
month=tonumber(month);
anchor_year = year;
if 12 < month or 1 > month or 1583 > tonumber(year) then return false; end -- month number not valid or not Gregorian calendar
elseif date_string:match (patterns['ymx'][1]) then -- year-initial numerical year month edtf format
year, month = date_string:match (patterns['ymx'][1]);
if 12 < tonumber(month) or 1 > tonumber(month) or 1582 > tonumber(year) or not is_valid_year(year) then return false; end -- month number not valid or not Gregorian calendar or future year
anchor_year = year;
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^%a+date_string, +patterns[1-9'Mdy']%d?, +[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- month-initial: month day, year
month, day, anchor_year, year =string mw.ustring.match(date_string, "(%a+)%s*(%d%d?),%s*((%d%d%d%d)%a?)"patterns['Mdy'][1]);
month = get_month_number (month);
if 0 == month then return false; end -- return false if month text isn't one of the twelve months
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^%a+date_string, +patterns[1'Md-9dy']%d?–[1-9]%d?, +[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- month-initial day range: month day–day, year; days are separated by endash
month, day, day2, anchor_year, year =string mw.ustring.match(date_string, "(%a+) +(%d%d?)–(%d%d?), +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)"patterns['Md-dy'][1]);
if tonumber(day) >= tonumber(day2) then return false; end -- date range order is left to right: earlier to later; dates may not be the same;
month = get_month_number (month);
if 0 == month then return false; end -- return false if month text isn't one of the twelve months
month2=month; -- for metadata
year2 = year;
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^date_string, patterns[1-9'dMy']%d? +%a+ +[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- day-initial: day month year
day, month, anchor_year, year =string mw.ustring.match(date_string, "(%d%d*)%s*(%a+)%s*((%d%d%d%d)%a?)"patterns['dMy'][1]);
month = get_month_number (month);
if 0 == month then return false; end -- return false if month text isn't one of the twelve months
 
--[[ NOT supported at en.wiki
elseif date_string:match("^[1-9]%d?–[1-9]%d? +%a+ +[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- day-range-initial: day–day month year; days are separated by endash
elseif mw.ustring.match(date_string, patterns['yMd'][1]) then -- year-initial: year month day; day: 1 or 2 two digits, leading zero allowed
day, day2, month, anchor_year, year=string.match(date_string, "(%d%d?)–(%d%d?) +(%a+) +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)");
anchor_year, year, month, day = mw.ustring.match(date_string, patterns['yMd'][1]);
if tonumber(day) >= tonumber(day2) then return false; end -- date range order is left to right: earlier to later; dates may not be the same;
month = get_month_number (month);
if 0 == month then return false; end -- return false if month text isn't one of the twelve months
-- end NOT supported at en.wiki ]]
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^date_string, patterns[1-9]%'d? +%a+ – [1-9dMy']%d? +%a+ +[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- day initial month-dayrange-rangeinitial: dayday–day month -year; daydays month year;are usesseparated spacedby endash
day, month, day2, month2month, anchor_year, year =date_string: mw.ustring.match("(%d%d?)date_string, +(%a+) – (%d%d?) +(%a+) +((%d%d%d%patterns['d)%a?)"-dMy'][1]);
if tonumber(not is_valid_month_season_range(month, month2)day) or>= not is_valid_yeartonumber(yearday2) then return false; end -- date range order is left to right: earlier to later; dates may not be the same;
month = get_month_number (month);
if 0 == month then return false; end -- return false if month text isn't one of the twelve months
month2 = get_month_number (month2);
month2 = month; -- for metadata
year2 = year;
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^%a+date_string, +patterns[1'dM-9dMy']%d? – %a+ +[1-9]%d?, +[1-9]%d%d%d?%a?$") then -- monthday initial month-day-range: day month - day month day, year; uses spaced endash
day, month, dayday2, month2, day2, anchor_year, year =date_string: mw.ustring.match("(%a+) +(%d%d?) – (%a+) +(%d%d?)date_string, +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)"patterns['dM-dMy'][1]);
if (not is_valid_month_season_range(month, month2)) or not is_valid_year(year) then return false; end -- date range order is left to right: earlier to later;
month = get_month_number (month); -- for metadata
month2 = get_month_number (month2);
year2 = year;
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^[1-9]%d? +%a+date_string, +patterns[1'Md-9Mdy']%d%d%d – [1-9]%d? +%a+ +[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- daymonth initial month-day-year-range: month day month year - day month, year; uses spaced endash
daymonth, monthday, yearmonth2, day2, month2, anchor_year, year2year =date_string: mw.ustring.match("(%d%d?)date_string, +(%a+) +(%d%d%d%d?) – (%d%d?) +(%a+) +((%d%d%d%d?)%a?)"patterns['Md-Mdy'][1]);
if tonumber(year2not is_valid_month_season_range(month, month2, param)) <=or tonumbernot is_valid_year(year) then return false; end -- must be sequential years, left to right, earlier to later
month = get_month_number (month); -- for metadata
if not is_valid_year(year2) then return false; end -- year2 no more than one year in the future
month = get_month_number (month);
month2 = get_month_number (month2);
year2 = year;
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^%a+ +[1-9]%d?date_string, +patterns[1'dMy-9dMy']%d%d%d – %a+ +[1-9]%d?, +[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- monthday initial month-day-year-range: day month day, year - day month day, year; uses spaced endash
monthday, daymonth, year, month2day2, day2month2, anchor_year, year2 =date_string: mw.ustring.match("(%a+) +(%d%d?)date_string, +(%d%d%d%d) – (%a+) +(%d%d?), +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)"patterns['dMy-dMy'][1]);
if tonumber(year2) <= tonumber(year) then return false; end -- must be sequential years, left to right, earlier to later
if not is_valid_year(year2) or not is_valid_month_range_style(month, month2) then return false; end -- year2 no more than one year in the future; months same style
month = get_month_number (month); -- for metadata
month2 = get_month_number (month2);
if 0 == month or 0 == month2 then return false; end -- both must be valid
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^%a+date_string, +patterns[1'Mdy-9Mdy'][1]%d%d%d–%d%d%a?$") then -- specialmonth case Winter/Summerinitial month-day-year-range: month day, year (YYYY-YY); yearmonth separatedday, year; withuses unspacedspaced endash
month, day, year, month2, day2, anchor_year, year2 = mw.ustring.match(date_string, patterns['Mdy-Mdy'][1]);
if nil == date_string:match("^Winter") and nil == date_string:match("^Summer") then return false end; -- 'month' can only be Winter or Summer
if tonumber(year2) <= tonumber(year) then return false; end -- must be sequential years, left to right, earlier to later
if not is_valid_year(year2) or not is_valid_month_range_style(month, month2) then return false; end -- year2 no more than one year in the future; months same style
month = get_month_number (month); -- for metadata
month2 = get_month_number(month2);
if 0 == month or 0 == month2 then return false; end -- both must be valid
 
elseif mw.ustring.match(date_string, patterns['Sy4-y2'][1]) then -- special case Winter/Summer year-year (YYYY-YY); year separated with unspaced endash
local century;
month, year, century, anchor_year, year2 =date_string: mw.ustring.match("%a+date_string, +((%d%d)%d%d)–((%d%d)%a?)"patterns['Sy4-y2'][1]);
if 'Winter' ~= month and 'Summer' ~= month then return false end; -- 'month' can only be Winter or Summer
anchor_year=year..'–'..anchor_year; -- assemble anchor_year from both years
anchor_year = year .. '–' .. anchor_year; -- assemble anchor_year from both years
year2 = century..year2; -- add the century to year2 for comparisons
year2 = century..year2; -- add the century to year2 for comparisons
if 1 ~= tonumber(year2) - tonumber(year) then return false; end -- must be sequential years, left to right, earlier to later
if not1 is_valid_year~= tonumber(year2) - tonumber(year) then return false; end -- nomust yearbe farthersequential inyears, theleft futureto thanright, nextearlier yearto later
if not is_valid_year(year2) then return false; end -- no year farther in the future than next year
month = get_season_number(month, param);
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^%a+date_string, +patterns[1'Sy-9y']%d%d%d–[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- special case Winter/Summer year-year; year separated with unspaced endash
month, year, anchor_year, year2 = mw.ustring.match(date_string, patterns['Sy-y'][1]);
if nil == date_string:match("^Winter") and nil == date_string:match("^Summer") then return false end; -- 'month' can only be Winter or Summer
if 'Winter' ~= month and 'Summer' ~= month then return false end; -- 'month' can only be Winter or Summer
year, anchor_year, year2=date_string:match("%a+ +(%d%d%d%d)–((%d%d%d%d)%a?)");
anchor_year = year .. '–' .. anchor_year; -- assemble anchor_year from both years
if 1 ~= tonumber(year2) - tonumber(year) then return false; end -- must be sequential years, left to right, earlier to later
if not is_valid_year(year2) then return false; end -- no year farther in the future than next year
month = get_season_number (month, param); -- for metadata
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^%a+date_string, +patterns[1'My-9My']%d%d%d% – %a+ +[1-9]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- month/season year - month/season year; separated by spaced endash
month, year, month2, anchor_year, year2 =date_string: mw.ustring.match("(%a+)date_string, +(%d%d%d%d) – (%a+) +((%d%d%d%d)%a?)"patterns['My-My'][1]);
anchor_year = year .. '–' .. anchor_year; -- assemble anchor_year from both years
if tonumber(year) >= tonumber(year2) then return false; end -- left to right, earlier to later, not the same
if not is_valid_year(year2) then return false; end -- no year farther in the future than next year
if not((0 ~= get_month_number(month) and 0 ~= get_month_number(month2) and is_valid_month_range_style(month, month2) orthen -- both must be month year, or seasonsame year, notmonth mixedstyle
month = get_month_number(month);
(0 ~= get_season_number(month) and 0 ~= get_season_number(month2))) then return false; end
month2 = get_month_number(month2);
elseif 0 ~= get_season_number(month, param) and 0 ~= get_season_number(month2, param) then -- both must be season year, not mixed
month = get_season_number(month, param);
month2 = get_season_number(month2, param);
else
return false;
end
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match ("^%a+–%a+date_string, +patterns[1'M-9My'][1]%d%d%d%a?$") then -- month/season range year; months separated by endash
month, month2, anchor_year, year = mw.ustring.match(date_string:match, ("(%a+)–(%a+)%s*((%d%d%d%d)%a?)"patterns['M-My'][1]);
if (not is_valid_month_season_range(month, month2, param)) or (not is_valid_year(year)) then return false; end
if 0 ~= get_month_number(month) then -- determined to be a valid range so just check this one to know if month or season
return false;
month = get_month_number(month);
month2 = get_month_number(month2);
if 0 == month or 0 == month2 then return false; end
else
month = get_season_number(month, param);
month2 = get_season_number(month2, param);
end
year2 = year;
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^%a+date_string, +%d%d%d%d%a?$"patterns['My'][1]) then -- month/season/quarter/proper-name year
month, anchor_year, year =date_string: mw.ustring.match("(%a+)%s*((%d%d%d%d)%a?)"date_string, patterns['My'][1]);
if not is_valid_year(year) then return false; end
month = get_element_number(month, param); -- get month season quarter proper-name number or nil
if not is_valid_month_or_season (month) then return false; end
if not month then return false; end -- not valid whatever it is
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^date_string, patterns[1'y-9y']%d%d%d?–[1-9]%d%d%d?%a?$") then -- Year range: YYY-YYY or YYY-YYYY or YYYY–YYYY; separated by unspaced endash; 100-9999
year, anchor_year, year2 =date_string: mw.ustring.match("(%d%d%d%d?)–((%d%d%d%d?)%a?)"date_string, patterns['y-y'][1]);
anchor_year = year .. '–' .. anchor_year; -- assemble anchor year from both years
if tonumber(year) >= tonumber(year2) then return false; end -- left to right, earlier to later, not the same
if not is_valid_year(year2) then return false; end -- no year farther in the future than next year
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^date_string, patterns[1'y4-9y2'][1]%d%d%d–%d%d%a?$") then -- Year range: YYYY–YY; separated by unspaced endash
local century;
year, century, anchor_year, year2 =date_string: mw.ustring.match("((%d%d)%d%d)–((%d%d)%a?)"date_string, patterns['y4-y2'][1]);
anchor_year = year .. '–' .. anchor_year; -- assemble anchor year from both years
 
if in_array (param, {'date', 'publication-date', 'year'}) then
add_prop_cat ('year_range_abbreviated');
end
 
if 13 > tonumber(year2) then return false; end -- don't allow 2003-05 which might be May 2003
year2 = century .. year2; -- add the century to year2 for comparisons
if tonumber(year) >= tonumber(year2) then return false; end -- left to right, earlier to later, not the same
if not is_valid_year(year2) then return false; end -- no year farther in the future than next year
 
elseif date_string:mw.ustring.match("^date_string, patterns['y'][1-9]%d%d%d?%a?$") then -- year; here accept either YYY or YYYY
anchor_year, year =date_string: mw.ustring.match("((%d%d%d%d?)%a?)"date_string, patterns['y'][1]);
if false == is_valid_year(year) then
return false;
 
else
return false; -- date format not one of the MOS:DATE approved formats
end
 
localif result'access-date' ==true; param then -- checktest wholeaccessdate dates for validity; assume truehere because notwe allhave datesnumerical willdate go through this testparts
if 0 ~= year and 0 ~= month and 0 ~= day and -- all parts of a single date required
0 == year2 and 0 == month2 and 0 == day2 then -- none of these; accessdate must not be a range
if not is_valid_accessdate(year .. '-' .. month .. '-' .. day) then
return false; -- return false when accessdate out of bounds
end
else
return false; -- return false when accessdate is a range of two dates
end
end
 
local result=true; -- check whole dates for validity; assume true because not all dates will go through this test
if 0 ~= year and 0 ~= month and 0 ~= day and 0 == year2 and 0 == month2 and 0 == day2 then -- YMD (simple whole date)
result = is_valid_date(year, month, day);
 
elseif 0 ~= year and 0 ~= month and 0 ~= day and 0 == year2 and 0 == month2 and 0 ~= day2 then -- YMD-d (day range)
result = is_valid_date(year, month, day);
result = result and is_valid_date(year, month, day2);
 
elseif 0 ~= year and 0 ~= month and 0 ~= day and 0 == year2 and 0 ~= month2 and 0 ~= day2 then -- YMD-md (day month range)
result = is_valid_date(year, month, day);
result = result and is_valid_date(year, month2, day2);
 
elseif 0 ~= year and 0 ~= month and 0 ~= day and 0 ~= year2 and 0 ~= month2 and 0 ~= day2 then -- YMD-ymd (day month year range)
result = is_valid_date(year, month, day);
result = result and is_valid_date(year2, month2, day2);
end
if false == result then return false; end
 
-- if here, then date_string is valid; get coins_date from date_string (leave CITEREF disambiguator) ...
if nil ~= tCOinS_date then -- this table only passed into this function when testing |date= parameter values
coins_date=date_string:match("^(.+%d)%a?$"); -- last character of valid disambiguatable date is always a digit
make_COinS_date ({year = year, month = month, day = day, year2 = year2, month2 = month2, day2 = day2}, tCOinS_date); -- make an ISO 8601 date string for COinS
coins_date= mw.ustring.gsub(coins_date, "–", "-" ); -- ... and replace any ndash with a hyphen
end
return true, anchor_year, coins_date; -- format is good and date string represents a real date
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< D A T E S >--------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Unlike most error messages created in this module, only one error message is created by this function. Because all of the date holding parameters are processed serially,
aparameters singlewith errorerrors messageare isadded createdto the <error_list> sequence table as the dates are tested.
 
]]
 
local function p.dates(date_parameters_list, tCOinS_date, error_list)
local anchor_year; -- will return as nil if the date being tested is not |date=
local COinS_date; -- will return as nil if the date being tested is not |date=
local embargo_date; -- if embargo date is a good dmy, mdy, ymd date then holds original value else reset to 9999
local error_message ="";
local good_date = false;
 
for k, v in pairs(date_parameters_list) do -- for each date-holding parameter in the list
if is_set(v.val) then -- if the parameter has a value
v.val = mw.ustring.gsub(v.val, '%d', cfg.date_names.local_digits); -- translate 'local' digits to Western 0-9
if v.val:match("^c%. [1-9]%d%d%d?%a?$") then -- special case for c. year or with or without CITEREF disambiguator - only |date= and |year=
-- دو خط زیر جهت تبدیل ارقام فارسی به انگلیسی و خطاندادن هنگام بررسی تاریخ اضافه شده‌است.
local year = v.val:match("c%. ([1-9]%d%d%d?)%a?"); -- get the year portion so it can be tested
local faToEn = require("Module:Numeral converter").convert
if 'date' == k then
v = faToEn("en", v,false,true)
anchor_year, COinS_date = v.val:match("((c%. [1-9]%d%d%d?)%a?)"); -- anchor year and COinS_date only from |date= parameter
v = mw.ustring.gsub(v, "–", "-")
if v:match("^c%. [1-9]%d%d%d?%a?$") then -- special case for c. year or with or without CITEREF disambiguator - only |date= and |year=
local year = v:match("c%. ([1-9]%d%d%d?)%a?"); -- get the year portion so it can be tested
if 'date'==k then
anchor_year, COinS_date = v:match("((c%. [1-9]%d%d%d?)%a?)"); -- anchor year and COinS_date only from |date= parameter
good_date = is_valid_year(year);
elseif 'year' == k then
good_date = is_valid_year(year);
end
elseif 'date' == k then -- if the parameter is |date=
if v.val:match("^n%.d%.%a?$") then -- ToDo: I18N -- if |date=n.d. with or without a CITEREF disambiguator
good_date, anchor_year, COinS_date = true, v.val:match("((n%.d%.)%a?)"); -- ToDo: I18N -- "n.d."; no error when date parameter is set to no date
elseif v.val:match("^nd%a?$") then -- ToDo: I18N -- if |date=nd with or without a CITEREF disambiguator
good_date, anchor_year, COinS_date = true, v.val:match("((nd)%a?)"); -- ToDo: I18N -- "nd"; no error when date parameter is set to no date
else
good_date, anchor_year, COinS_date = check_date (v.val, k, tCOinS_date); -- go test the date
end
else elseif 'year' == k then -- anyif other date-holdingthe parameter is |year= it should hold only a year value
if v.val:match("^[1-9]%d%d%d?%a?$") then -- if |year = 3 or 4 digits only with or without a CITEREF disambiguator
good_date = check_date (v); -- go test the date
good_date, anchor_year, COinS_date = true, v.val:match("((%d+)%a?)");
end
elseif 'pmc-embargo-date' == k then -- if the parameter is |pmc-embargo-date=
good_date = check_date (v.val, k); -- go test the date
if true == good_date then -- if the date is a valid date
good_date, embargo_date = is_valid_embargo_date (v.val); -- is |pmc-embargo-date= date a single dmy, mdy, or ymd formatted date? yes: returns embargo; no: returns 9999
end
else -- any other date-holding parameter
good_date = check_date (v.val, k); -- go test the date
end
if false == good_date then -- assemble one error message so we don't add the tracking category multiple times
table.insert (error_list, wrap_style ('parameter', v.name)); -- make parameter name suitable for error message list
if is_set(error_message) then -- once we've added the first portion of the error message ...
end
error_message=error_message .. ", "; -- ... add a comma space separator
end
end
return anchor_year, embargo_date; -- and done
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< Y E A R _ D A T E _ C H E C K >------------------------------------------------
 
Compare the value provided in |year= with the year value(s) provided in |date=. This function sets a local numeric value:
0 - year value does not match the year value in date
1 - (default) year value matches the year value in date or one of the year values when date contains two years
2 - year value matches the year value in date when date is in the form YYYY-MM-DD and year is disambiguated (|year=YYYYx)
 
the numernic value in <result> determines the 'output' if any from this function:
0 – adds error message to error_list sequence table
1 – adds maint cat
2 – does nothing
 
]]
 
local function year_date_check (year_string, year_origin, date_string, date_origin, error_list)
local year;
local date1;
local date2;
local result = 1; -- result of the test; assume that the test passes
 
year = year_string:match ('(%d%d%d%d?)');
 
if date_string:match ('%d%d%d%d%-%d%d%-%d%d') and year_string:match ('%d%d%d%d%a') then --special case where both date and year are required YYYY-MM-DD and YYYYx
date1 = date_string:match ('(%d%d%d%d)');
year = year_string:match ('(%d%d%d%d)');
if year ~= date1 then
result = 0; -- years don't match
else
result = 2; -- years match; but because disambiguated, don't add to maint cat
end
elseif date_string:match ("%d%d%d%d?.-%d%d%d%d?") then -- any of the standard range formats of date with two three- or four-digit years
date1, date2 = date_string:match ("(%d%d%d%d?).-(%d%d%d%d?)");
if year ~= date1 and year ~= date2 then
result = 0;
end
 
elseif mw.ustring.match(date_string, "%d%d%d%d[%-–]%d%d") then -- YYYY-YY date ranges
local century;
date1, century, date2 = mw.ustring.match(date_string, "((%d%d)%d%d)[%-–]+(%d%d)");
date2 = century..date2; -- convert YY to YYYY
if year ~= date1 and year ~= date2 then
result = 0;
end
 
elseif date_string:match ("%d%d%d%d?") then -- any of the standard formats of date with one year
date1 = date_string:match ("(%d%d%d%d?)");
if year ~= date1 then
result = 0;
end
else -- should never get here; this function called only when no other date errors
result = 0; -- no recognizable year in date
end
 
if 0 == result then -- year / date mismatch
table.insert (error_list, substitute (cfg.messages['mismatch'], {year_origin, date_origin})); -- add error message to error_list sequence table
elseif 1 == result then -- redundant year / date
set_message ('maint_date_year'); -- add a maint cat
end
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< R E F O R M A T T E R >--------------------------------------------------------
 
reformat 'date' into new format specified by format_param if pattern_idx (the current format of 'date') can be
reformatted. Does the grunt work for reformat_dates().
 
The table re_formats maps pattern_idx (current format) and format_param (desired format) to a table that holds:
format string used by string.format()
identifier letters ('d', 'm', 'y', 'd2', 'm2', 'y2') that serve as indexes into a table t{} that holds captures
from mw.ustring.match() for the various date parts specified by patterns[pattern_idx][1]
 
Items in patterns{} have the general form:
['ymd'] = {'^(%d%d%d%d)%-(%d%d)%-(%d%d)$', 'y', 'm', 'd'}, where:
['ymd'] is pattern_idx
patterns['ymd'][1] is the match pattern with captures for mw.ustring.match()
patterns['ymd'][2] is an indicator letter identifying the content of the first capture
patterns['ymd'][3] ... the second capture etc.
 
when a pattern matches a date, the captures are loaded into table t{} in capture order using the idemtifier
characters as indexes into t{} For the above, a ymd date is in t{} as:
t.y = first capture (year), t.m = second capture (month), t.d = third capture (day)
 
To reformat, this function is called with the pattern_idx that matches the current format of the date and with
format_param set to the desired format. This function loads table t{} as described and then calls string.format()
with the format string specified by re_format[pattern_idx][format_param][1] using values taken from t{} according
to the capture identifier letters specified by patterns[pattern_idx][format_param][n] where n is 2..
 
]]
 
local re_formats = {
['ymd'] = { -- date format is ymd; reformat to:
['mdy'] = {'%s %s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'y'}, -- |df=mdy
['dmy'] = {'%s %s %s', 'd', 'm', 'y'}, -- |df=dmy
-- ['yMd'] = {'%s %s %s', 'y', 'm', 'd'}, -- |df=yMd; not supported at en.wiki
},
['Mdy'] = { -- date format is Mdy; reformat to:
['mdy'] = {'%s %s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'y'}, -- for long/short reformatting
['dmy'] = {'%s %s %s', 'd', 'm', 'y'}, -- |df=dmy
['ymd'] = {'%s-%s-%s', 'y', 'm', 'd'}, -- |df=ymd
-- ['yMd'] = {'%s %s %s', 'y', 'm', 'd'}, -- |df=yMd; not supported at en.wiki
},
['dMy'] = { -- date format is dMy; reformat to:
['dmy'] = {'%s %s %s', 'd', 'm', 'y'}, -- for long/short reformatting
['mdy'] = {'%s %s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'y'}, -- |df=mdy
['ymd'] = {'%s-%s-%s', 'y', 'm', 'd'}, -- |df=ymd
-- ['yMd'] = {'%s %s %s', 'y', 'm', 'd'}, -- |df=yMd; not supported at en.wiki
},
['Md-dy'] = { -- date format is Md-dy; reformat to:
['mdy'] = {'%s %s–%s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'd2', 'y'}, -- for long/short reformatting
['dmy'] = {'%s–%s %s %s', 'd', 'd2', 'm', 'y'}, -- |df=dmy -> d-dMy
},
['d-dMy'] = { -- date format is d-d>y; reformat to:
['dmy'] = {'%s–%s %s %s', 'd', 'd2', 'm', 'y'}, -- for long/short reformatting
['mdy'] = {'%s %s–%s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'd2', 'y'}, -- |df=mdy -> Md-dy
},
['dM-dMy'] = { -- date format is dM-dMy; reformat to:
['dmy'] = {'%s %s – %s %s %s', 'd', 'm', 'd2', 'm2', 'y'}, -- for long/short reformatting
['mdy'] = {'%s %s – %s %s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'm2', 'd2', 'y'}, -- |df=mdy -> Md-Mdy
},
['Md-Mdy'] = { -- date format is Md-Mdy; reformat to:
['mdy'] = {'%s %s – %s %s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'm2', 'd2', 'y'}, -- for long/short reformatting
['dmy'] = {'%s %s – %s %s %s', 'd', 'm', 'd2', 'm2', 'y'}, -- |df=dmy -> dM-dMy
},
['dMy-dMy'] = { -- date format is dMy-dMy; reformat to:
['dmy'] = {'%s %s %s – %s %s %s', 'd', 'm', 'y', 'd2', 'm2', 'y2'}, -- for long/short reformatting
['mdy'] = {'%s %s, %s – %s %s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'y', 'm2', 'd2', 'y2'}, -- |df=mdy -> Mdy-Mdy
},
['Mdy-Mdy'] = { -- date format is Mdy-Mdy; reformat to:
['mdy'] = {'%s %s, %s – %s %s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'y', 'm2', 'd2', 'y2'}, -- for long/short reformatting
['dmy'] = {'%s %s %s – %s %s %s', 'd', 'm', 'y', 'd2', 'm2', 'y2'}, -- |df=dmy -> dMy-dMy
},
['My-My'] = { -- these for long/short reformatting
['any'] = {'%s %s – %s %s', 'm', 'y', 'm2', 'y2'}, -- dmy/mdy agnostic
},
['M-My'] = { -- these for long/short reformatting
['any'] = {'%s–%s %s', 'm', 'm2', 'y'}, -- dmy/mdy agnostic
},
['My'] = { -- these for long/short reformatting
['any'] = {'%s %s', 'm', 'y'}, -- dmy/mdy agnostic
},
-- ['yMd'] = { -- not supported at en.wiki
-- ['mdy'] = {'%s %s, %s', 'm', 'd', 'y'}, -- |df=mdy
-- ['dmy'] = {'%s %s %s', 'd', 'm', 'y'}, -- |df=dmy
-- ['ymd'] = {'%s-%s-%s', 'y', 'm', 'd'}, -- |df=ymd
-- },
}
 
 
local function reformatter (date, pattern_idx, format_param, mon_len)
if not in_array (pattern_idx, {'ymd', 'Mdy', 'Md-dy', 'dMy', 'yMd', 'd-dMy', 'dM-dMy', 'Md-Mdy', 'dMy-dMy', 'Mdy-Mdy', 'My-My', 'M-My', 'My'}) then
return; -- not in this set of date format patterns then not a reformattable date
end
if 'ymd' == format_param and in_array (pattern_idx, {'ymd', 'Md-dy', 'd-dMy', 'dM-dMy', 'Md-Mdy', 'dMy-dMy', 'Mdy-Mdy', 'My-My', 'M-My', 'My'}) then
return; -- ymd date ranges not supported at en.wiki; no point in reformatting ymd to ymd
end
 
if in_array (pattern_idx, {'My', 'M-My', 'My-My'}) then -- these are not dmy/mdy so can't be 'reformatted' into either
format_param = 'any'; -- so format-agnostic
end
 
-- yMd is not supported at en.wiki; if yMd is supported at your wiki, uncomment the next line
-- if 'yMd' == format_param and in_array (pattern_idx, {'yMd', 'Md-dy', 'd-dMy', 'dM-dMy', 'Md-Mdy', 'dMy-dMy', 'Mdy-Mdy'}) then -- these formats not convertable; yMd not supported at en.wiki
-- if yMd is supported at your wiki, remove or comment-out the next line
if 'yMd' == format_param then -- yMd not supported at en.wiki
return; -- not a reformattable date
end
local c1, c2, c3, c4, c5, c6, c7; -- these hold the captures specified in patterns[pattern_idx][1]
c1, c2, c3, c4, c5, c6, c7 = mw.ustring.match (date, patterns[pattern_idx][1]); -- get the captures
 
local t = { -- table that holds k/v pairs of date parts from the captures and patterns[pattern_idx][2..]
[patterns[pattern_idx][2]] = c1; -- at minimum there is always one capture with a matching indicator letter
[patterns[pattern_idx][3] or 'x'] = c2; -- patterns can have a variable number of captures; each capture requires an indicator letter;
[patterns[pattern_idx][4] or 'x'] = c3; -- where there is no capture, there is no indicator letter so n in patterns[pattern_idx][n] will be nil;
[patterns[pattern_idx][5] or 'x'] = c4; -- the 'x' here spoofs an indicator letter to prevent 'table index is nil' error
[patterns[pattern_idx][6] or 'x'] = c5;
[patterns[pattern_idx][7] or 'x'] = c6;
[patterns[pattern_idx][8] or 'x'] = c7;
};
 
if t.a then -- if this date has an anchor year capture
t.y = t.a; -- use the anchor year capture when reassembling the date
end
 
if tonumber(t.m) then -- if raw month is a number (converting from ymd)
if 's' == mon_len then -- if we are to use abbreviated month names
t.m = cfg.date_names['inv_local_s'][tonumber(t.m)]; -- convert it to a month name
else
t.m = cfg.date_names['inv_local_l'][tonumber(t.m)]; -- convert it to a month name
end
t.d = t.d:gsub ('0(%d)', '%1'); -- strip leading '0' from day if present
elseif 'ymd' == format_param then -- when converting to ymd
if 1582 > tonumber(t.y) then -- ymd format dates not allowed before 1582
return;
end
t.m = string.format ('%02d', get_month_number (t.m)); -- make sure that month and day are two digits
t.d = string.format ('%02d', t.d);
elseif mon_len then -- if mon_len is set to either 'short' or 'long'
for _, mon in ipairs ({'m', 'm2'}) do -- because there can be two month names, check both
if t[mon] then
t[mon] = get_month_number (t[mon]); -- get the month number for this month (is length agnostic)
if 0 == t[mon] then return; end -- seasons and named dates can't be converted
t[mon] = (('s' == mon_len) and cfg.date_names['inv_local_s'][t[mon]]) or cfg.date_names['inv_local_l'][t[mon]]; -- fetch month name according to length
end
end
end
 
local new_date = string.format (re_formats[pattern_idx][format_param][1], -- format string
t[re_formats[pattern_idx][format_param][2]], -- named captures from t{}
t[re_formats[pattern_idx][format_param][3]],
t[re_formats[pattern_idx][format_param][4]],
t[re_formats[pattern_idx][format_param][5]],
t[re_formats[pattern_idx][format_param][6]],
t[re_formats[pattern_idx][format_param][7]],
t[re_formats[pattern_idx][format_param][8]]
);
 
return new_date;
end
 
 
--[[-------------------------< R E F O R M A T _ D A T E S >--------------------------------------------------
 
Reformats existing dates into the format specified by format.
 
format is one of several manual keywords: dmy, dmy-all, mdy, mdy-all, ymd, ymd-all. The -all version includes
access- and archive-dates; otherwise these dates are not reformatted.
 
This function allows automatic date formatting. In ~/Configuration, the article source is searched for one of
the {{use xxx dates}} templates. If found, xxx becomes the global date format as xxx-all. If |cs1-dates= in
{{use xxx dates}} has legitimate value then that value determines how cs1|2 dates will be rendered. Legitimate
values for |cs1-dates= are:
l - all dates are rendered with long month names
ls - publication dates use long month names; access-/archive-dates use abbreviated month names
ly - publication dates use long month names; access-/archive-dates rendered in ymd format
s - all dates are rendered with abbreviated (short) month names
sy - publication dates use abbreviated month names; access-/archive-dates rendered in ymd format
y - all dates are rendered in ymd format
 
the format argument for automatic date formatting will be the format specified by {{use xxx dates}} with the
value supplied by |cs1-dates so one of: xxx-l, xxx-ls, xxx-ly, xxx-s, xxx-sy, xxx-y, or simply xxx (|cs1-dates=
empty, omitted, or invalid) where xxx shall be either of dmy or mdy.
 
dates are extracted from date_parameters_list, reformatted (if appropriate), and then written back into the
list in the new format. Dates in date_parameters_list are presumed here to be valid (no errors). This function
returns true when a date has been reformatted, false else. Actual reformatting is done by reformatter().
 
]]
 
local function reformat_dates (date_parameters_list, format)
local all = false; -- set to false to skip access- and archive-dates
local len_p = 'l'; -- default publication date length shall be long
local len_a = 'l'; -- default access-/archive-date length shall be long
local result = false;
local new_date;
if format:match('%a+%-all') then -- manual df keyword; auto df keyword when length not specified in {{use xxx dates}};
format = format:match('(%a+)%-all'); -- extract the format
all = true; -- all dates are long format dates because this keyword doesn't specify length
elseif format:match('%a+%-[lsy][sy]?') then -- auto df keywords; internal only
all = true; -- auto df applies to all dates; use length specified by capture len_p for all dates
format, len_p, len_a = format:match('(%a+)%-([lsy])([sy]?)'); -- extract the format and length keywords
if 'y' == len_p then -- because allowed by MOS:DATEUNIFY (sort of) range dates and My dates not reformatted
format = 'ymd'; -- override {{use xxx dates}}
elseif (not is_set(len_a)) or (len_p == len_a) then -- no access-/archive-date length specified or same length as publication dates then
len_a = len_p; -- in case len_a not set
end
end -- else only publication dates and they are long
 
for param_name, param_val in pairs (date_parameters_list) do -- for each date-holding parameter in the list
if is_set (param_val.val) then -- if the parameter has a value
if not (not all and in_array (param_name, {'access-date', 'archive-date'})) then -- skip access- or archive-date unless format is xxx-all; yeah, ugly; TODO: find a better way
for pattern_idx, pattern in pairs (patterns) do
if mw.ustring.match (param_val.val, pattern[1]) then
if all and in_array (param_name, {'access-date', 'archive-date'}) then -- if this date is an access- or archive-date
new_date = reformatter (param_val.val, pattern_idx, (('y' == len_a) and 'ymd') or format, len_a); -- choose ymd or dmy/mdy according to len_a setting
else -- all other dates
new_date = reformatter (param_val.val, pattern_idx, format, len_p);
end
if new_date then -- set when date was reformatted
date_parameters_list[param_name].val = new_date; -- update date in date list
result = true; -- and announce that changes have been made
end
end -- if
end -- for
end -- if
end -- if
end -- for
return result; -- declare boolean result and done
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< D A T E _ H Y P H E N _ T O _ D A S H >----------------------------------------
 
Loops through the list of date-holding parameters and converts any hyphen to an ndash. Not called if the cs1|2
template has any date errors.
 
Modifies the date_parameters_list and returns true if hyphens are replaced, else returns false.
 
]]
 
local function date_hyphen_to_dash (date_parameters_list)
local result = false;
local n;
for param_name, param_val in pairs(date_parameters_list) do -- for each date-holding parameter in the list
if is_set (param_val.val) and
not mw.ustring.match (param_val.val, patterns.ymd[1]) then -- for those that are not ymd dates (ustring because here digits may not be Western)
param_val.val, n = param_val.val:gsub ('%-', '–'); -- replace any hyphen with ndash
if 0 ~= n then
date_parameters_list[param_name].val = param_val.val; -- update the list
result = true;
end
end
end
return result; -- so we know if any hyphens were replaced
end
 
 
--[[--------------------------< E D T F _ T R A N S F O R M >--------------------------------------------------
 
Loops through the list of date-holding parameters and converts any EDTF formatted dates to MOS compliant dates.
Only YYY-MM-XX supported at this time. Not called if the cs1|2 template has any date errors.
 
must be done before reformat_dates() and before date_hyphen_to_dash()
 
Modifies the date_parameters_list and returns true if transformation is performed, else returns false.
 
]]
 
local function edtf_transform (date_parameters_list)
local result = false;
local source_date = {};
 
for param_name, param_val in pairs(date_parameters_list) do -- for each date-holding parameter in the list
if is_set(param_val.val) and param_val.val:match (patterns.ymx[1]) then -- if parameter is set and is an EDTF dates
source_date.year, source_date.month = param_val.val:match (patterns.ymx[1]); -- get year and month number
source_date.day = 1; -- required by os.time()
date_parameters_list[param_name].val = mw.text.trim (os.date ('%B %Y', os.time (source_date)));
result = true;
end
end
return result; -- so we know if a transform was done
end
 
 
--[[-------------------------< D A T E _ N A M E _ X L A T E >------------------------------------------------
 
Attempts to translate English month names to local-language month names using names supplied by MediaWiki's
date parser function. This is simple name-for-name replacement and may not work for all languages.
 
if xlat_dig is true, this function will also translate Western (English) digits to the local language's digits.
This will also translate ymd dates.
 
]]
 
local function date_name_xlate (date_parameters_list, xlt_dig)
local xlate;
local mode; -- long or short month names
local modified = false;
local date;
for param_name, param_val in pairs(date_parameters_list) do -- for each date-holding parameter in the list
if is_set(param_val.val) then -- if the parameter has a value
date = param_val.val;
for month in mw.ustring.gmatch (date, '%a+') do -- iterate through all dates in the date (single date or date range)
if cfg.date_names.en.long[month] then
mode = 'F'; -- English name is long so use long local name
elseif cfg.date_names.en.short[month] then
mode = 'M'; -- English name is short so use short local name
else
mode = nil; -- not an English month name; could be local language month name or an English season name
end
if mode then -- might be a season
xlate = lang_object:formatDate(mode, '1' .. month); -- translate the month name to this local language
date = mw.ustring.gsub (date, month, xlate); -- replace the English with the translation
date_parameters_list[param_name].val = date; -- save the translated date
modified = true;
end
end
error_message=error_message .. "&#124;" .. k .. "="; -- add the failed parameter
 
if xlt_dig then -- shall we also translate digits?
date = date:gsub ('%d', cfg.date_names.xlate_digits); -- translate digits from Western to 'local digits'
date_parameters_list[param_name].val = date; -- save the translated date
modified = true;
end
end
end
return modified;
end
 
 
return anchor_year, COinS_date, error_message; -- and done
--[[--------------------------< S E T _ S E L E C T E D _ M O D U L E S >--------------------------------------
 
Sets local imported functions table to same (live or sandbox) as that used by the other modules.
 
]]
 
local function set_selected_modules (cfg_table_ptr, utilities_page_ptr)
add_prop_cat = utilities_page_ptr.add_prop_cat ; -- import functions from selected Module:Citation/CS1/Utilities module
is_set = utilities_page_ptr.is_set;
in_array = utilities_page_ptr.in_array;
set_message = utilities_page_ptr.set_message;
substitute = utilities_page_ptr.substitute;
wrap_style = utilities_page_ptr.wrap_style;
 
cfg = cfg_table_ptr; -- import tables from selected Module:Citation/CS1/Configuration
end
 
 
return p;
--[[--------------------------< E X P O R T E D F U N C T I O N S >------------------------------------------
]]
 
return { -- return exported functions
dates = dates,
year_date_check = year_date_check,
reformat_dates = reformat_dates,
date_hyphen_to_dash = date_hyphen_to_dash,
date_name_xlate = date_name_xlate,
edtf_transform = edtf_transform,
set_selected_modules = set_selected_modules
}