[Pharo-users] Fossil and Filetree
Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas
offray at riseup.net
Wed Oct 21 20:12:35 EDT 2015
I host my own repos. Is really easy. In my case was just a matter of
enabling cgi on lighttpd and adding the lines at  to the
lighttpd.conf file. There is a place that offers fossil hosting as a
service and at some time I tried to make my own in web2py (but code
is not maintained anymore).
# Enabling fossil
cgi.assign = (
".fossil" => "/usr/bin/fossil"
Hope it helps,
Ps: About your signature, just curious to know where is that desktop
computer in Latin America.
On 21/10/15 18:24, Bernardo Ezequiel Contreras wrote:
> Hi Offray
> What fossil hosting service do you recommend ?
> On Wed, Oct 21, 2015 at 6:07 PM, Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas
> <offray at riseup.net <mailto:offray at riseup.net>> wrote:
> On 20/10/15 13:34, Dale Henrichs wrote:
> This is good to hear ....
> I am pro-git, because well you have to pick an SCM to talk
> about and I do think that the collaboration tools for open
> source projects on github are superior to anything else...
> My friends think the same, but usually they don't know "anything
> else", specially Fossil :-). They just picked what the majority did.
> Git other than that I am glad that folks are finding that
> FileTree is working for other disk-based SCMs --- because that
> really is the point of FileTree:)
> Yes, nice to know.
> It should also be possible to copy packages back and forth
> between a git-managed FileTree repository and a Fossil-managed
> Filetree repositor...
> It is. Fossil have an import command, somewhere.
> Bernardo E.C.
> Sent from a cheap desktop computer in South America.
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