this of course exists in its own fossil project, and is hosted in a public 
location - but not one 
which i'm willing to provide forever for an unknown number of folks. i don't 
think this script 
is that big of a deal, but one never knows ... 

----- On Aug 6, 2017, at 4:59 PM, dewey hylton <> wrote: 

> in case it helps others, the entirety of my fossil project setup script can be
> found here:


> this is the result of one of those "fun projects" which turned out to be 
> useful
> to me.

> ----- On Aug 6, 2017, at 3:46 PM, dewey hylton <> wrote:

>> this is what i use in my setup script:

>> ${FOSSIL} sqlite "insert or replace into config values ('project-name',
>> '${NAME}', now() );" -R "${FILE}" >/dev/null

>> ----- On Aug 6, 2017, at 4:06 AM, abhijit nandy <> wrote:

>>> I need to create quite a few repositories with many users so I've created a
>>> script to do so.
>>> However, I'm not able to set the name of the Project from the command line, 
>>> so
>>> when users to the web page for a particular repository, it shows up as 
>>> unnamed
>>> fossil project.

>>> I know I can do this from the web interface as a super-user but is there 
>>> any way
>>> I can set the Project name and theme from within the script?

>>> - Abhijit.

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