Re: [fossil-users] Scalability, a single file commit and lots of disk reads

2011-09-28 Thread Joshua Paine
. So whatever's causing your problem, I'm pretty sure it's not the physical size of the database. Sorry I don't have more useful info, though. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] ignoring files

2011-09-28 Thread Joshua Paine
of the time out of habit, but 'fossil add .' now has the same effect. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] binary in JSON: maybe there is some hope...

2011-09-21 Thread Joshua Paine
again, e.g., for an object database or some wire transmission scenarios. Precisely because it adds no types, it doesn't have anything to say about what do I do if the data I want to send isn't one of the JSON types? -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http

Re: [fossil-users] Feature request: edit files via web interface

2011-09-19 Thread Joshua Paine
for people to build binary file capabilities later (e.g., canvas-based image editor or some completely-non-web-browser integration). Also, I wonder if stash commands could be manipulated to put together multi-file commits. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http

Re: [fossil-users] Feature request: edit files via web interface

2011-09-19 Thread Joshua Paine
to tell you what you have to implement, but supporting base64 for sending and/or receiving binary data doesn't really add much to the complexity of the API or client requirements. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Feature request: edit files via web interface

2011-09-19 Thread Joshua Paine
element has a toDataURL method that returns base64 encoded data plus a tiny amount of metadata. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] JSON login demo: is this interface acceptable?

2011-09-16 Thread Joshua Paine
to experiment with the API manually, which would be completely defeated by requiring a two-request login process and hashing. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] conflict between HTML5 and Fossil

2011-09-15 Thread Joshua Paine
and attributes are not just deprecated but out completely. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin

Re: [fossil-users] JSON authentication: meshing with the cookie mechanism

2011-09-14 Thread Joshua Paine
provides. I vote for HTTP Basic Auth, provided that someone can confirm the major browser AJAX functions support it. (Curl and other libs certainly support it.) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] First Fossil/REST proto-demo

2011-09-12 Thread Joshua Paine
open source is that people with batshit crazy environments can tweak a system so it works for them if they really can't fix their environment. I'm happy that open source can help people who live with crazy, but I don't want it to make me live with crazy. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web

Re: [fossil-users] Ignoring CVS/*

2011-09-12 Thread Joshua Paine
On 9/12/2011 4:01 PM, Gé Weijers wrote: Is there any way I can get fossil to ignore all the CVS directories and anything under it? I can't seem to get ignore-glob to do anything useful here. /CVS/*,*/CVS/* should do it -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http

Re: [fossil-users] First Fossil/REST proto-demo

2011-09-12 Thread Joshua Paine
is that JSON in HTML is plain old JavaScript. Without accompanying code (an assignment statement, at a minimum), it does nothing and means nothing. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Dealing with the mistake branch

2011-09-07 Thread Joshua Paine
`) and keep going. (Creating a fork.) Not as clear to others as moving the erroneous commit, but AFAIK other people updating to your latest work will get the latest commit. So long as you make a correct commit before syncing, the correct commit will be latest. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web

Re: [fossil-users] Testing for a release

2011-08-26 Thread Joshua Paine
. Of course this increases the likelihood of outright collisions and not just apparent collisions. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Testing for a release

2011-08-26 Thread Joshua Paine
the auto-coloring. I like it and I think it will be a real help. I do think that making similar names similar colors is an anti-goal or at least a non-goal. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Timestamps should be in local time.

2011-08-20 Thread Joshua Paine
in their own time zone. I can see a distributed team standardizing on UTC so everyone sees the same thing. But it's confusing to show times from more than one zone in the same view. I don't see many people wanting that. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com

Re: [fossil-users] New features for merging

2011-08-12 Thread Joshua Paine
the repo root is unchanged, right? * empty-dirs setting This is the only one I don't like. I don't hate it, but it feels like an odd hack. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] New features for merging

2011-08-12 Thread Joshua Paine
modeled as directories. I think we're past the point in history where taking design cues from CVS looks like a good idea on the face. It's not hard to turn the new output into what you want, though. E.g.: fossil extras | grep -v '..' -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy

Re: [fossil-users] New features for merging

2011-08-12 Thread Joshua Paine
local.file sub/file.name ... also for other commands like rm, add, etc. This already works, so I would certainly expect it to keep working! -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Why do people create branches as a separate step? Was: Unable to sign manifest

2011-08-09 Thread Joshua Paine
. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] Why do people create branches as a separate step? Was: Unable to sign manifest

2011-08-09 Thread Joshua Paine
On 8/9/2011 11:04 AM, Gour-Gadadhara Dasa wrote: Maybe the way how other DVCS work? Which DVCS can create branch along with the commit? I was thinking it was possible and I had done it in git, but I don't remember how or see it in the documentation, so I think I was mistaken. -- Joshua Paine

Re: [fossil-users] Why do people create branches as a separate step? Was: Unable to sign manifest

2011-08-09 Thread Joshua Paine
that are not yet committed, co will fail unless called with --force, in which case it will overwrite, whereas update will merge your uncommitted changes in to the new branch's files as uncommitted changes. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301

Re: [fossil-users] The fossil service command

2011-07-19 Thread Joshua Paine
On 7/19/2011 11:27 AM, Paul wrote: Is service really that confusing? I'm more concerned that `fossil serv` becomes ambiguous. (fossil allows unambiguous short versions of all its commands.) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil not removing files when switching branches

2011-07-13 Thread Joshua Paine
open and close to be used together in their daily workflow the way they would open and close a project in an IDE, perhaps, and given that close at most deletes three files, I say, yes, remove the command. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil not removing files when switching branches

2011-07-13 Thread Joshua Paine
option, so a really helpful help text for 'close' would include THIS COMMAND HAS NO PRACTICAL USE, and since that's the case, it should really just go away and not be hidden. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil not removing files when switching branches

2011-07-13 Thread Joshua Paine
none of them know how. (I don't.) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo

Re: [fossil-users] changes status cmds within sub-directory

2011-07-10 Thread Joshua Paine
that the paths are useful wherever you are now is helpful, but hiding some changes is a mistake. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil halts before push.

2011-06-07 Thread Joshua Paine
I sometimes have this problem, but AFAICT it's because I have a couple large repos and sometimes the server is under pretty heavy disk io load. Have to wait a few minutes sometimes. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Zipping a packaged release -- option to ignore specific folder?

2011-05-30 Thread Joshua Paine
available on a webserver somewhere, and your fossil templates could simply refer to them by fully qualified URL. The niceties would be missing when you're offline, of course, but personally I'd rather have that than fossil ui support files in my project. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications

Re: [fossil-users] Zipping a packaged release -- option to ignore specific folder?

2011-05-30 Thread Joshua Paine
On 5/30/2011 11:25 AM, Tomek Kott wrote: True, and I do have a website, but to me that kind of ruins the whole self-contained nature of Fossil which I love... Once you have a dozen or more fossil repos, though, it just gets silly to duplicate SCM ui code in each of them. -- Joshua Paine

Re: [fossil-users] [newbie] Can't get started

2011-05-25 Thread Joshua Paine
have a text editor that will give you a command prompt inside it, then I would expect fossil to work fine so long as you first cd to the project directory. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] [newbie] Can't get started

2011-05-25 Thread Joshua Paine
into a common root. (And check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTFS_junction_point) And you should really think about your entire-c-drive-is-my-working-copy thing. Maybe it makes sense for your use case, but it's at least a very unusual use of fossil. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications

Re: [fossil-users] Add/commit from script?

2011-05-25 Thread Joshua Paine
On 5/25/2011 6:07 PM, Gilles wrote: 1. Check if the document has already been added to the repository, and add it if not 2. Commit changes You can just add it every time. Adding a file that's already in the repo is a no-op. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http

Re: [fossil-users] ticket-groups and creating events from commandline

2011-05-04 Thread Joshua Paine
and latest wins. If you make forking mean something else, what do you do with real forks? -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http

Re: [fossil-users] Leaves Now Open By Default?

2011-04-25 Thread Joshua Paine
or freestanding subfeatures from one to the other. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman

Re: [fossil-users] Leaves Now Open By Default?

2011-04-25 Thread Joshua Paine
with multiple leaves on one branch. Maybe there's a bug with closing leaves in that context.) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] Leaves Now Open By Default?

2011-04-25 Thread Joshua Paine
wanted to make sure branches wouldn't get closed unless I explicitly close them. Pleasing Zed here won't discomfit me in the least :-) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] How can I get the Fossil CSS to show RTL text properly?

2011-04-22 Thread Joshua Paine
. But besides that, you may need to turn on full HTML mode for fossil: otherwise it strips tag attributes like class IIRC. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Editing commit messages

2011-04-18 Thread Joshua Paine
[up arrow][Enter] to run the commit again. (Still would be nice to have a list, I agree.) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] ignore-glob behavior - fossil extras taking inordinate amount of time

2011-04-13 Thread Joshua Paine
On 4/13/2011 11:41 PM, Matt Welland wrote: fossil extras takes over fifteen minutes to complete. Any chance you're running an older fossil? I had similar problems with an old fossil almost entirely alleviated by upgrading to the latest release. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications

Re: [fossil-users] About reconstruct command

2011-04-12 Thread Joshua Paine
something like: cd /my/source/tree fossil new ~/fossil/my.fossil fossil open ~/fossil/my.fossil fossil add . fossil commit -m here's all my files -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil

Re: [fossil-users] feature idea? (not request, just idea)

2011-04-11 Thread Joshua Paine
-in users or to anonymous logged-in users, too, except that if you used sessions for it you could potentially end up with a lot of temporary junk stored in your repo db to handle it. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web Applications Built With Joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] fossil add somefile.rs = Error

2011-03-28 Thread Joshua Paine
On 03/28/2011 04:33 PM, sky5walk wrote: I get the following error attempting to add a file with the Ampersand() in the file extension. Try with single or double quotes around the file name. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Joshua Paine
On 03/23/2011 01:01 PM, Michael Richter wrote: I'm not sure why the bit rot with Firefox happened Did you just upgrade? 4.0 final came out in the last couple days. We really need that wireshark packet capture to make sense of this. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil omits the updates through update command.

2011-03-17 Thread Joshua Paine
On Mar 17, 2011, at 11:00 AM, johnfound johnfo...@evrocom.net wrote: On Thu, 17 Mar 2011 16:22:22 +0300, Konstantin Khomoutov flatw...@users.sourceforge.net wrote: That is, my understanding is that it's check-ins (changesets) that are versioned, not files, and so it's the relations between

Re: [fossil-users] submodules

2011-03-16 Thread Joshua Paine
Wow, didn't know about that either. For your original question, the command is not extract but export. As specified, it just creates the files, which don't then contain any marker that they came from fossil. Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301

Re: [fossil-users] submodules

2011-03-16 Thread Joshua Paine
On Mar 16, 2011, at 6:11 PM, Ron Wilson ronw.m...@gmail.com wrote: Sorry, export dumps the repository in git-fast-export format, for the purpose of exporting commits from Fossil to git (or other VCS that can import git-fast-export format). Oops--thanks for the correction. I must have been

Re: [fossil-users] git equivalent commands

2011-03-12 Thread Joshua Paine
On Mar 12, 2011, at 10:57 AM, Federico Ramallo frama...@gmail.com wrote: we are trying to work the fossil way considering our workflow. So we are learning. I just added the git commands to easily explain the actions we are trying to run, It's all good. Since many of us are familiar with

Re: [fossil-users] Bug viewing ticket

2011-02-22 Thread Joshua Paine
That's a pretty fossil theme. Is that built-in to chisel, or is it something you added? -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] Changing/adding the execute bit to a file...

2011-02-07 Thread Joshua Paine
Only thing I've been able to do is commit a deletion, then add it again. (Just delete and add without actually committing in the middle has no effect.) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Deploying A Web Application with Fossil and FTP

2011-02-04 Thread Joshua Paine
the output of updating to the past version.) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman

Re: [fossil-users] How to deal with ,,submodules''?

2011-02-04 Thread Joshua Paine
directory to the desired location in the existing repo directory. There won't be any integration between the repos, but I believe that this way they won't step on each other's toes. (But test first!) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576

Re: [fossil-users] value of a just added column

2011-02-04 Thread Joshua Paine
On 02/04/2011 08:01 PM, Ron Wilson wrote: I added a new column to my tickets table, one that I want to use in the WHERE clause of a SELECT. in SQL, anything = NULL is always false. Try where column_name is null -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http

Re: [fossil-users] demo of jsonized timeline

2011-01-28 Thread Joshua Paine
Your format is certainly lighter over the wire, but it's very much not how users of JSON generally do things and expect things to work. I think it's worth some bytes to be unsurprising. (And you can always gzip it over the wire, which will remove most of the size difference.) -- Joshua Paine

Re: [fossil-users] Diff highlighting

2011-01-21 Thread Joshua Paine
(this,arguments); } } else { window.onload = myInit; } })() -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil

Re: [fossil-users] An annecdote on screwing up (and recovering) a broken fossil repo

2010-12-23 Thread Joshua Paine
On 12/23/2010 09:28 AM, Stephan Beal wrote: i was doing some old-school-style refactoring I have done this exact thing (except I used sed and ack instead of perl and find :-) in the last week. I just deleted my _FOSSIL_ file and re-opened the repo in the same dir. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock

Re: [fossil-users] An annecdote on screwing up (and recovering) a broken fossil repo

2010-12-23 Thread Joshua Paine
ack in default mode ignores both _FOSSIL_ and .fos. ack -u searches both, so changing it wouldn't have helped me either -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] overwrite file (a=always/y/N)?

2010-12-22 Thread Joshua Paine
. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] Stash. Was: How should Fossil handle this merge conflict...

2010-12-15 Thread Joshua Paine
merge --backout`. That's not related to this, but it's cool. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080

Re: [fossil-users] How should Fossil handle this merge conflict...

2010-12-14 Thread Joshua Paine
until I actually try to use the page that the error is on.) It would be nice to have something like `git stash`, too. Probably the biggest thing I miss from git. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Problem with Fossil and CGI

2010-11-20 Thread Joshua Paine
, PATH_INFO wins easily. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] Is there any mechanism for determining page 'hits' in fossil?

2010-11-11 Thread Joshua Paine
This is a neat hack. There's a race condition where the download count may not increment correctly if two or more people download at approximately the same time, but if the site is low-traffic and nothing too much is riding on these stats, that's probably fine. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock

Re: [fossil-users] small suggestion for fossil update

2010-11-08 Thread Joshua Paine
+1 -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] why would you give out only clone rights?

2010-11-02 Thread Joshua Paine
On 11/02/2010 04:28 AM, Rene wrote: I have some one who wants to clone my repo. If one just want source code then the Time line, Zip Archive is your option. If they want the history, too, then cloning is the way to get it without having to come back to your site all the time. -- Joshua Paine

[fossil-users] wish we were using fossil

2010-10-22 Thread Joshua Paine
of my projects, and being able to move commits to another branch after the fact and shared-by-default branches are good features. Also not having a misanthropic command line interface. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Managing file attributes of repository files

2010-10-19 Thread Joshua Paine
-- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] Managing file attributes of repository files

2010-10-19 Thread Joshua Paine
` for windows only? On windows, the execute bit would be off on new files, untouched on modified files unless they've been fossil chmod'ed. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing

Re: [fossil-users] In a script, knowing about changes

2010-10-01 Thread Joshua Paine
: d2faac0b1aa953d6e29ec188eb8d7f897351fca4 2010-09-30 19:52:05 UTC And then you could check if there were any lines beginning with capital letters, or you could just make an additional call to `fossil changes` and see if there's any output at all. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com

Re: [fossil-users] Beginners question

2010-09-30 Thread Joshua Paine
extras these should show the same files as before, but should indicate that you're on stable $ fossil add all-the-new-files-you-wanted-to-add $ fossil commit -m hey, now these changes are on the right branch -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http

Re: [fossil-users] Multiple repo setup getting Internal Server Error on Linux

2010-09-23 Thread Joshua Paine
by Subversion's everything-is-a-directory model. There aren't actually branches or tags--there are just copies of source trees in directories which you may choose to treat as a branch or tag. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

[fossil-users] How to move everything into a new subdir

2010-09-13 Thread Joshua Paine
to do the same, here's how I did it: $ cd ~/dir-with-open-repo $ mkdir www $ ls -A | grep -v www | xargs -Ixxx mv xxx www/ $ mv www/_FOSSIL_ www/manifest* . $ fossil ls | xargs -L1 -Ixxx fossil mv xxx www/xxx -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http

Re: [fossil-users] user/pass login with https?

2010-09-09 Thread Joshua Paine
authentication protocol when syncing. You can test this with basic Apache .htaccess/.htpasswd access controls--no LDAP needed. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] ticket/checkin automatic email

2010-09-06 Thread Joshua Paine
Would be interested in that and in receiving email when tickets are created. Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http

Re: [fossil-users] Projects Structuring

2010-08-24 Thread Joshua Paine
, and I don't yet have a good way of keeping track of the best version of that foundation in one place. Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil

Re: [fossil-users] How best to control access to certain files or pages?

2010-08-08 Thread Joshua Paine
protecting some wiki pages and not others, AFAIK there's no way to do it. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Hosted fossil solution

2010-08-01 Thread Joshua Paine
What about give me the option to enter a password on repo creation? Depending on the form layout, my browser will fill in the same one I've used on the site automatically. Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Why has fossil stopped signing things?

2010-08-01 Thread Joshua Paine
Little while ago fossil stopped signing by default--Richard concluded it was confusing and/or irritating to more people than liked it. Should work again if you turn it on (by GUI or command line). Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Hosted fossil solution

2010-07-31 Thread Joshua Paine
with the password. You should look at the fossil source for this part. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] Hosted fossil solution

2010-07-28 Thread Joshua Paine
solve the problem, as it would make fossil look like my own pet thing). -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil

Re: [fossil-users] i know i'm doing this wrong (from local to remote repository)

2010-07-17 Thread Joshua Paine
On Jul 17, 2010, at 8:54 PM, Jeremy Suntheimer jsunthei...@yahoo.com wrote: What is the best way to take a local fossil repository and then later creating a remote repository on a remote server? Twice now, i've used ftp to put the fossil file on a remote server, then opened it, then

[fossil-users] lost commit message in failed commit

2010-07-16 Thread Joshua Paine
sent, 462 bytes received vi /--/ci-comment-BDEC06C2866D.txt Reading passphrase from file descriptor 3 You need a passphrase to unlock the secret key for user: Joshua Paine jos...@letterblock.com 1024-bit DSA key, ID AA5058A3, created 2010-01-15 New_Version

Re: [fossil-users] add empty directory

2010-07-12 Thread Joshua Paine
I have needed this also, and I do: `touch empty_dir/dir; fossil add empty_dir` -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http

Re: [fossil-users] Features request

2010-06-30 Thread Joshua Paine
test machine. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] ticket notifications

2010-06-24 Thread Joshua Paine
. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] scgi for Linux

2010-06-02 Thread Joshua Paine
Only 127.0.0.1 is privileged, right? So can we just not trust X-Forwarded-For: 127.0.0.1 no matter who says it, and not worry if X-Forwarded-For is abused otherwise? -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

Re: [fossil-users] Praise for fossil

2010-05-31 Thread Joshua Paine
with. This is one of those things I've been hoping to get around to doing eventually. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http

Re: [fossil-users] A note and some questions multiple users and fossil

2010-05-17 Thread Joshua Paine
over enough time. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil now uses the Simplified BSD License

2010-05-16 Thread Joshua Paine
Thanks, drh. Makes me even more excited about contributing more when I can make time. ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] ticket assignment

2010-05-13 Thread Joshua Paine
a capability of any developer, limited by group expectations, but if you work with the existing capability system, who gets the capability is easily changed, so I have no strong opinion on whether reassign should be admins-only by default. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy

Re: [fossil-users] The case for Markdown (yes, I rtfm)

2010-05-05 Thread Joshua Paine
, and with a little fiddling you should be able to have the Markdown rendered into HTML on the browser. That's the plan, though my intention is to render the markdown to HTML at post time and store both the markdown and HTML text. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http

Re: [fossil-users] ticket assignment

2010-05-05 Thread Joshua Paine
it on the repos where I needed it. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920 ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil Failing to Clone 170 Meg Repo over 3G Link

2010-04-22 Thread Joshua Paine
What kind of error do you get? If you need a workaround, you can transfer the repo file with scp or rsync (which can pick up where it left off when interrupted) and then fossil sync them. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy http://letterblock.com/ 301-576-1920

[fossil-users] unexpected ticket behavior

2010-04-19 Thread Joshua Paine
reason for having it this way, it definitely should let me know why it's ignoring my changes. (If the reason is to make a clearer history trail, I'd rather fossil just generated two history events from my two-changes-in-one submission.) -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock: Web applications built with joy

Re: [fossil-users] praise/questions for fossil

2010-04-08 Thread Joshua Paine
) except people I'd like to share the code with. In the web interface, go to Admin Users. Click 'anonymous' and uncheck all the Capabilities. Click 'Apply Changes'. Do the same for 'nobody'. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock LLC http://letterblock.com/ Web applications built with joy

Re: [fossil-users] can this be done in fossil: hyperlinking to subdir of fossil repo

2010-04-07 Thread Joshua Paine
and on your local dev machine, you'd have to use CGI for fossil on your local machine, too--on the same domain as your local demo pages. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock LLC http://letterblock.com/ Web applications built with joy. ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] can this be done in fossil: hyperlinking to subdir of fossil repo

2010-04-07 Thread Joshua Paine
of wiki markup: a href=/repostest link/a Then you'll have a link to http://fossil.wanderinghorse.net/repos -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock LLC http://letterblock.com/ Web applications built with joy. ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil

Re: [fossil-users] can this be done in fossil: hyperlinking to subdir of fossil repo

2010-04-06 Thread Joshua Paine
your local fossil repo via CGI on the same local domain as you're testing your work on, then a simple link like above should be fine. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock LLC http://letterblock.com/ Web applications built with joy. ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] can this be done in fossil: hyperlinking to subdir of fossil repo

2010-04-06 Thread Joshua Paine
/foo', but `cd /foo` changes to /foo. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock LLC http://letterblock.com/ Web applications built with joy. ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil GUI for local source tree operations

2010-04-04 Thread Joshua Paine
the necessity of shunning or some other equivalent mechanism. -- Joshua Paine LetterBlock LLC http://letterblock.com/ Web applications built with joy. ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin

[fossil-users] be careful what you wish for

2010-04-03 Thread Joshua Paine
use case this is a hinderance, not a benefit, and I can't think of any situation in which it would actually help. So for improved utility (for certain uses, anyway) and slightly improved security, the project code in the hash should be replaced with a per-row random salt. -- Joshua Paine

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