Template:Infobox software

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This template is used to create an info box that aligns to the right side of the article it is embedded in. This one is for non-mod software.

Parameters[edit source]

A blank infobox is provided on the right for quicker reference, the infobox will be collapsed on actual articles.
{{{name}}}
[[File:{{{image}}}|640px|frameless]]
Current developers{{{author}}}
Past developers{{{pastauthor}}}
Latest version{{{version}}}
Status{{{status}}}
Written in{{{proglangs}}}
Operating systems{{{os}}}
Depends on{{{deps}}}
License{{{license}}}
Source[{{{source}}} Link]
Issues[{{{issues}}} Link]
Documentation[{{{docs}}} Link]
Website[{{{url}}} Link]
  • name: The title that will be displayed at the top of the info box.
  • image: The big picture. Use the complete filename, like "Block sand.png".
  • author: Current author or authors of the software. Separate multiple authors by commas.
  • pastauthor: Previous author(s) of the software.
  • version: The current software version.
  • status: The current status of the project. Can be any of the following. Anything else will add the page to a list of pages with type errors.
    • abandoned: Abandoned
    • active: Active
    • discontinued: Discontinued
    • planned: Planned
    • stalled: Stalled
    • unmaintained: Unmaintained
  • proglangs: The programming languages that it is written in. Should be a link to a Wikipedia article if possible. Separate multiple languages by commas.
  • os: Supported operating systems. Should be Wikipedia links if possible. Avoid vague descriptors such as Cross-Platform. Separate multiple systems by commas.
  • deps: Non-standard external dependencies, such as Atom or a Ruby Gem.
  • license: The software's license. Should be a Wikipedia article, unless it is a license specific to Minecraft, such as the Modded Minecraft Public License.
  • source: The source code repository.
  • issues: The issue tracker.
  • docs: The official documentation for the software. This is mostly specific to APIs and such.
  • url: URL to the software's main page. Can be a dedicated forum thread or website.

Examples[edit source]

CodeResult
{{Infobox software
|name=Software
|image=Wiki.png
|author=That one dude
|pastauthor=That one dude that sucks
|version=1.0.0
|status=active
|proglangs=[[WP:Ruby (programming language)|Ruby]], [[WP:C++|C++]]
|os=[[WP:Microsoft Windows|Microsoft Windows]], [[WP:OS X|OS X]]
|deps=[[WP:Atom (text editor)|Atom]]
|license=[[WP:MIT License|MIT License]]
|source=http://github.com/rust/rustlang
|issues=http://github.com/elifoster/ftb-wiki-issue-tracker/issues
|url=http://ftb.gamepedia.com
}}
Software
Wiki.png
Current developersThat one dude
Past developersThat one dude that sucks
Latest version1.0.0
StatusActive
Written inRuby, C++
Operating systemsMicrosoft Windows, OS X
Depends onAtom
LicenseMIT License
SourceLink
IssuesLink
WebsiteLink
Other languages:
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