Op di 7 aug. 2018 om 18:57 schreef Richard Hipp <d...@sqlite.org>: > > If you are running a Fossil server on Windows, please share with me > how you set it up. You can respond via private email directly to me > if you like. > > (1) Run using "fossil server" > (2) Run using "fossil winsrv" > (3) Using Apache with CGI > (4) Using Apache with SCGI > (5) Using Nginx with SCGI > (6) Via SSH using some kind of SSHD for Windows > (7) Some other webserver (please specify) > (8) Other (please specify) > > I have the impression that most if not all Fossil servers on Windows > are run using either (1) or (2). If you are using any of the other > approaches, then I especially want to hear from you.
In april 2016, I was setting up fossil using a combination of (2) and (7). The IIS frontent was simply used as proxy, forwarding the generic port 80 to the internal port used by the fossil service. That's how I discovered that at that time the --baseurl option didn't work correctly on Windows. I fixed ithat n commit <https://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/info/6f35075ad72b8608> (and a minor follow-up in the next commit). Since then, everything is working fine. Regards, Jan Nijtmans _______________________________________________ fossil-users mailing list email@example.com http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users