#1 would actually work.  Though long term it would be cool to view it
with all the most recent commit information, kind of like github does.
 You know, showing "updated 4 days ago".

On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 11:03 AM, Jakub Narębski <jna...@gmail.com> wrote:
> W dniu 07.04.2013 05:02, Trenton D. Adams pisze:
>> On that first page that shows up, it shows the .git folder.  It would
>> be kind of nice if it shared out both the git repo and the actual
>> current project files.  I frequently have stuff I'd like to see in a
>> web browser, and even requires one (i.e. Navigating to
>> file:///home/blah/blah doesn't work; ajax requests for example)
> There are a few possible solutions, from simplest to most complicated:
> 1. Configure gitweb ran by git-instaweb to have 'worktree' link in
>    the action bar pointing to 'file:///path/to/repo' (or rather
>    'file:///path/to/workdir') via 'actions' feature, adding e.g.
>      $feature{'actions'}{'default'} =
>         [('worktree', 'file:///path/to/repo', 'summary')];
>    to gitweb_config.perl / gitweb.conf used by git-instaweb's gitweb.
>    This of course works only for local use, so either git-instaweb
>    or gitweb (in config) should check that we use it locally
>    (e.g. if hostname is 'localhost' or equivalent).
> 2. In the web server configuration generated by git-instaweb, perhaps
>    as an option, add serving of worktree (with mod_autoindex aka.
>    'Options +Indexes' for Apache2, and equivalent solutions for *all*
>    other supported web servers: lighttpd, mongoose, plack, webrick).
>    This may require some fiddling with URI rewriting, or change of
>    gitweb URI, to be able to have both worktree index and gitweb
>    script (gitweb is now under '/'), so it should probably be protected
>    by an option to git-instaweb.
> 3. Add proper support to gitweb: add 'worktree' action (similar to
>    'tree' action / view).  Probably needs to be made somewhat
>    configurable (and of course enabled in git-instaweb).
> Unfortunately solution 1.) which is simplest is not enough for your
> situation...
> I can add 3.) to my gitweb TODO, but I don't know when I would be able
> to get to implementing it.
> --
> Jakub Narębski
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