Re: gitweb-cgit

2009-03-10 Thread Richard Smith
Chris Ball wrote:


 Any complaints/obvious bugs/things I've missed?

Yeah... you broke the firmware builds.  I've fixed them now.

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Re: gitweb-cgit

2009-03-09 Thread Asheesh Laroia
On Mon, 9 Mar 2009, Chris Ball wrote:

 Hi,

 http://dev.laptop.org/git/ now uses CGit instead of GitWeb.  CGit is
 faster, has fewer features (no detection of forked trees, for example)
 but hopefully also has fewer horrific remote execution vulnerabilities:

   http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200903-15.xml

   http://hjemli.net/git/cgit/about/

 Any complaints/obvious bugs/things I've missed?

I'm curious if you guys plan to be sad about the URL breakage this 
means, or just live with it. (Also, if you use gitosis, do you have 
a post-receive hook that updates a gitosis list of repositories?)

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Re: gitweb-cgit

2009-03-09 Thread Chris Ball
Hi,

I'm curious if you guys plan to be sad about the URL breakage this
means, or just live with it.

We'll see how loud any complaints are.  :)

(Also, if you use gitosis, do you have a post-receive hook that
updates a gitosis list of repositories?)

I neither use nor have gitosis.  We have our own custom scripts for
making new repos, and I just wrote a script to update /etc/cgitrepos
with the repos inside /git/ every hour, so that's how that happens.

- Chris.
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