From TestWiki

    Documentation for this module may be created at Module:UserLinks/config/doc

    --                            UserLinks configuration                         --
    -- This module provides configuration and localisation messages for           --
    -- [[Module:UserLinks]]. See the comments in the code below for explanations  --
    -- of what each message does.                                                 --
    local cfg = {} -- Don't edit this line.
    --                                Display values                              --
    -- These messages are the display values for the user links. These are the    --
    -- most visible messages in the module. They should be short, but             --
    -- descriptive. Spaces are automatically escaped with  , so there is no  --
    -- need to add any &nsbp; values here.                                        --
    -- The user talk page.
    cfg['display-talk'] = 'talk'
    -- The user's contributions.
    cfg['display-contributions'] = 'contribs'
    -- The user's edit count, using the edit count tool on WMF Labs.
    cfg['display-count'] = 'count'
    -- Log of the user's page moves.
    cfg['display-moves'] = 'page moves'
    -- All the user's logged actions.
    cfg['display-logs'] = 'logs'
    -- Analysis of the user's (non-)automated contributions.
    cfg['display-autoedits'] = 'non-automated edits'
    -- The user's block log.
    cfg['display-blocklog'] = 'block log'
    -- Blocks that the user has performed.
    cfg['display-blocks'] = 'blocks'
    -- Link to the interface where the user can be blocked.
    cfg['display-blockuser'] = 'block user'
    -- CentralAuth, the global account manager for the user.
    cfg['display-centralauth'] = 'central auth'
    -- The user's deleted contributions.
    cfg['display-deletedcontributions'] = 'deleted contribs'
    -- Likn to email the user.
    cfg['display-email'] = 'email'
    -- Analysis of the user's edit summaries, using the tool on WMF Labs.
    cfg['display-editsummaries'] = 'edit summaries'
    -- Deletions that the user has performed.
    cfg['display-deletions'] = 'deletions'
    -- The user's entry on [[Special:ListUsers]].
    cfg['display-listuser'] = 'list user'
    -- A display of the user's global contributions, using the sulutil: interwiki
    -- prefix.
    cfg['display-sul'] = 'global contribs'
    -- All logs of actions performed on the user or their user page.
    cfg['display-targetlogs'] = 'target logs'
    -- Log of times the user has triggered the AbuseFilter (also known as the
    -- edit filter).
    cfg['display-abuselog'] = 'filter log'
    -- Page protections that the user has performed.
    cfg['display-protections'] = 'protections'
    -- Log of rights changes that the user has performed.
    cfg['display-rights'] = 'rights'
    -- Log of username changes that the user has performed.
    cfg['display-renames'] = 'renames'
    -- Link to a list of the user's requests for adminship.
    cfg['display-rfa'] = 'RfA'
    -- Data about the user from the MediaWiki Web API.
    cfg['display-api'] = 'api'
    -- List of the user's local file uploads.
    cfg['display-uploads'] = 'uploads'
    --                                  Page names                                --
    -- Page names used in formatting some of the user links.                      --
    -- The base page for a request for adminship link. This assumes that the link
    -- is of the format [[Base page/username]]. If your wiki uses a different
    -- format, consider adding a new link at [[Module:UserLinks/extra]], or you can
    -- leave a message at [[w:en:Template talk:User-multi]] to ask the module
    -- developers how best to deal with it.
    cfg['page-rfa'] = 'Wikipedia:Requests for adminship'
    --                                Error messages                              --
    -- The following are error messages that may occur when the module is run.    --
    -- These are the more common error messages that are localisable; other,      --
    -- rarer error messages may be raised from other modules or directly from     --
    -- Lua. The messages ending with "section" are the section names on a help    --
    -- page that give advice to users who encounter the error. The help page is   --
    -- defined in the 'error-config-message-help' message.                        --
    -- The module didn't detect a username from the "user" or "User" parameters.
    -- This could be because no username was specified, or because the user used a
    -- positional parameter and their username contains an equals sign,
    -- e.g. {{user|John=Smith}}, rather than {{user|1=John=Smith}}.
    cfg['error-nousername'] = 'no username detected'
    cfg['error-nousername-section'] = 'No username detected'
    -- The input to the "project" or "Project" arguments wasn't a valid interwiki
    -- prefix or a valid language code. $1 is the code that was input to the module.
    cfg['error-invalidproject'] = '"$1" is not a valid project or language code'
    cfg['error-invalidproject-section'] = 'Not a valid project or language code'
    -- The input to the "lang" or "Lang" arguments wasn't a valid interwiki
    -- prefix or a valid language code. $1 is the code that was input to the module.
    cfg['error-invalidlanguage'] = '"$1" is not a valid language code'
    cfg['error-invalidlanguage-section'] = 'Not a valid language code'
    -- The user didn't specify any link codes. This is only an error when using the
    -- "single" function to return a single link; the "main" function includes a
    -- user page link by default.
    cfg['error-nolinkcode'] = 'no link code specified'
    cfg['error-nolinkcode-section'] = 'No link code specified'
    -- The link code passed to the module was malformed. This means it was either
    -- not a string value or it was the blank string.
    cfg['error-malformedlinkcode'] = 'malformed link code detected'
    cfg['error-malformedlinkcode-section'] = 'Malformed link code detected'
    -- No link function exists for the code specified, so the module cannot make
    -- the link. $1 is the code that was passed to the module.
    cfg['error-invalidlinkcode'] = '"$1" is not a valid link code'
    cfg['error-invalidlinkcode-section'] = 'Not a valid link code'
    -- The snippets table was accessed, but there was no value for the key it was
    -- accessed with. This is not usually visible by end users; it is probably a
    -- mistake in one of the link functions in [[Module:UserLinks/extra]]. $1 is the
    -- key that was passed to the module.
    cfg['error-nosnippet'] = 'no snippet exists for the key "$1"'
    cfg['error-nosnippet-section'] = 'No snippet exists'
    --                             Error configuration                            --
    -- Configuration for the display of the error messages.                       --
    -- The error message used when a section link is available. $1 is the error
    -- message, and $2 is the name of the section.
    cfg['error-config-message-help'] = '[[Template:User-multi|User-multi]] error:'
    	.. ' $1 ([[Template:User-multi#$2|help]]).'
    -- The error message used when ano section link is available. $1 is the error
    -- message.
    cfg['error-config-message-nohelp'] = '[[Template:User-multi|User-multi]] error:'
    	.. ' $1.'
    -- The name of the error category. Pages are put in this category if any errors
    -- are encountered.
    cfg['error-config-category'] = 'UserLinks transclusions with errors'
    --                               Snippet defaults                             --
    -- Some of the snippets require default values when the user doesn't specify  --
    -- "project" or "lang" arguments. Those default values are stored here.       --
    -- The short project interwiki prefix.
    cfg['snippet-project-default'] = 'w'
    -- The long project interwiki prefix.
    cfg['snippet-projectlong-default'] = 'wikipedia'
    -- The MediaWiki language code for the wiki.
    cfg['snippet-lang-default'] = 'en'
    --                              Link table headers                            --
    -- The headers used in the table of links used on documentation pages.        -- 
    -- The link code.
    cfg['linktable-codeheader'] = 'Code'
    -- The link preview.
    cfg['linktable-previewheader'] = 'Preview'
    --                              End configuration                             --
    return cfg -- Don't edit this line.