> Le 15 sept. 2016 à 03:45, Aldo Nicolas Bruno <ovenpa...@pizzahack.eu> a écrit 
> :
> Il 14/09/2016 21:12, Richard Hipp ha scritto:
>> Anywhere you can put a SHA1 hash prefix for a version name, you can
>> also supply a branch name (which will resolve to the most recent
>> check-in on that branch) or a tag (which will resolved to whatever
>> check-in is tagged with that tag) or "tip" to mean the lastest
>> check-in.  There are other options too, like "trunk:2005-01-17" which
>> means the last checkin on the branch "trunk" before 2005-01-17.
>>> https://pizzahack.eu/fossil/thunderchez/<some-command>?ci=trunk&name=cairo/cairo-functions.ss
>> Whether or not this works for a specific webpage depends on whether or
>> not that webpage lest you specify a version number.  Which webpage did
>> you have in mind?
> By example here I see the source code of cairo/cairo-functions.ss
> https://pizzahack.eu/fossil/thunderchez/artifact/e453a0dfb609ceee459fa2a14ca425f84a3944ee
> I know there exists this link,
> https://pizzahack.eu/fossil/thunderchez/finfo?name=cairo/cairo-functions.ss&ci=trunk
> but I want to directly link to the artifact view like with the link
> above only that I specify the check-in
> and file name instead of artifact id.... is this possible?

Something like this ?


Hints: For all fossil web pages usage information, (and cli usage). You can go 
on the '/help' page of any fossil repo.

 E.g. https://pizzahack.eu/fossil/thunderchez/help


Martin G.
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