As Add instructive commit messages for add/edit pages, but for

I use a join() since it at least looks like the plugin is able to remove several pages at once (foreach looping over file parameters), thus holding multiple entries in @pages. I haven't seen this happen, though.

I feel that anything that shows a change should show what files were changed (at least as an easily accessible option), so mentioning filenames in commits is almost always clutter.

It could be argued that there should be no message at all here, unless the user provides one (which they currently cannot), as is done when adding files. But the entire removal of a page from a wiki is a fairly unusual circumstance that is probably best highlighted as such in recentchanges. --Joey

Diff follows. --Daniel Andersson

diff -r 4f2ad3a5377e Plugin/
--- a/Plugin/  Fri Jul 15 17:39:04 2011 +0200
+++ b/Plugin/  Sat Jul 16 03:20:35 2011 +0200
@@ -228,7 +228,7 @@
-                   message => gettext("removed"),
+                   message => sprintf(gettext("remove %s"), join(', ', @files)),
                    session => $session,