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Comment:Fix a typo in the SCGI documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2014-05-28 00:17:21
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2014-05-28
03:55
Fixed an off-by-one error in print_person().

The original code extracted the leading '<' of the email address as part of the user name, putting an unmatched '<' into the git dump file, and breaking fast_import. This bug was only triggered by the user's contact information actually containing an email address. check-in: de1921ba user: aku tags: trunk

00:17
Fix a typo in the SCGI documentation. check-in: 6a4127f3 user: drh tags: trunk
2014-05-27
23:40
Updates to the SCGI documentation. check-in: 30a122a0 user: drh tags: trunk
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All of the features of the stand-alone server mode described above,
such as the ability to serve a directory full of Fossil repositories
rather than just a single repository, work the same way in SCGI mode.
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For security, it is probably a good idea to add the --localhost option
to the [/help/server|fossil server] command to prevent Fossil from accepting
off-site connections.  Add one might want to specify the listening TCP port
number, rather than letting Fossil choose one for itself, just to avoid
ambiguity.  A typical command to start a Fossil SCGI server
would be something like this:
<blockquote><pre>
fossil server $REPOSITORY --scgi --localhost --port 9000
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All of the features of the stand-alone server mode described above,
such as the ability to serve a directory full of Fossil repositories
rather than just a single repository, work the same way in SCGI mode.
</p>
<p>
For security, it is probably a good idea to add the --localhost option
to the [/help/server|fossil server] command to prevent Fossil from accepting
off-site connections.  And one might want to specify the listening TCP port
number, rather than letting Fossil choose one for itself, just to avoid
ambiguity.  A typical command to start a Fossil SCGI server
would be something like this:
<blockquote><pre>
fossil server $REPOSITORY --scgi --localhost --port 9000
</pre></blockquote>
</blockquote>