As far as I know - there is no way for someone to find out the names of the fossil repositories being served by a server. Actually I am not sure how to do this even if you have fossil installed... on my public server I have a cgi script that return a list of fossil files in the directory being served, which works OK - is there a better way?
What would be generally useful I think, is if fossil would serve wiki page / site for the root of the server - at the moment a user just gets "Not Found". This default fossil page would offer the option of navigation to the various fossil sites being served. On a LAN it is great to serve up all the repositories without the hassle of setting up an Apache server and cgi's - it would be great if we could announce which repositories were available using the built in fossil server. Suggestion: if Fossil made available (ie via a TH1 variable) the list of local fossil repositories being served, then we could have a central navigation page which would be updated when new repositories were installed / deleted. This would also enable fossil skins to offer navigation to other fossil sites on the same server.
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