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Comment:Fixed a Markdown-ism in previous
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SHA3-256: 485eda766431c97e5697684306184da7ad03ef1e77dec7cee5530e1e5e5788de
User & Date: wyoung 2019-01-22 03:02:25
Context
2019-01-23
02:43
Make it easier to override the final built executable name when using MSVC. check-in: b2993e5a user: mistachkin tags: trunk
2019-01-22
23:19
Experimental changes to unified diff output to 'ignore' sections that are purely additions. Still needs SBS support and tests. Leaf check-in: 6e3f354d user: mistachkin tags: ignorePureAdds
03:02
Fixed a Markdown-ism in previous check-in: 485eda76 user: wyoung tags: trunk
03:01
Updated www/ssl.wiki to cover the new "Redirect to HTTPS" setting and to add recovery methods for the case where enabling it causes a redirect loop. check-in: 226b14fc user: wyoung tags: trunk
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affecting the <tt>/login</tt> page only. If you're using this setting,
you should migrate to the new setting as soon as possible, because the
old setting allows multiple ways of defeating it.

<b id="rloop">WARNING:</b> Enabling HTTPS redirects at the Fossil repo
level while running Fossil behind an HTTPS proxy can result in an
infinite redirect loop.  It happens when the proxy mechanism presents
"`http`" URIs to Fossil, so Fossil issues a redirect, so the browser
fetches the page again, causing Fossil to see an "`http`" URI again, so
it issues a redirect...'round and 'round it goes until the web browser
detects it's in a redirect loop and gives up. This problem prevents you
from getting back into the Admin UI to fix it, but there are several
ways to fix it:

  #  <p><b>Reset via CLI.</b> You can turn the setting back off from the
     CLI with the command "<tt>fossil -R /path/to/repo.fossil set







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affecting the <tt>/login</tt> page only. If you're using this setting,
you should migrate to the new setting as soon as possible, because the
old setting allows multiple ways of defeating it.

<b id="rloop">WARNING:</b> Enabling HTTPS redirects at the Fossil repo
level while running Fossil behind an HTTPS proxy can result in an
infinite redirect loop.  It happens when the proxy mechanism presents
"<tt>http</tt>" URIs to Fossil, so Fossil issues a redirect, so the browser
fetches the page again, causing Fossil to see an "<tt>http</tt>" URI again, so
it issues a redirect...'round and 'round it goes until the web browser
detects it's in a redirect loop and gives up. This problem prevents you
from getting back into the Admin UI to fix it, but there are several
ways to fix it:

  #  <p><b>Reset via CLI.</b> You can turn the setting back off from the
     CLI with the command "<tt>fossil -R /path/to/repo.fossil set