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  1. Forum Reply: Backlinks for tickets are not created if column "mimetype" is GENERATED
    From george: I would like to merge generated-tkt-mimetype branch into trunk. Please let us know if there are any objections. (2022-05-19)

  2. Forum Edit reply: Backlinks for tickets are not created if column "mimetype" is GENERATED
    From george: The problem is tackled in generated-ticketchng.mimetype branch generated-tkt-mimetype branch, where TICKETCHNG "mimetype" columns is are honored even if that column is GENERATED. Please say if you see issues in ... (2022-05-18)

  3. Forum Reply: What does Fossil offer for getting a structural mindmap of branches?
    ... tied to time, would be phenomenally useful. You could probably do this with a little scripting to generate a .dot file and then run graphviz to get the graph you want. It would be excellent ... (2022-05-15)

  4. Forum Edit: Is Fossil still bad for lots of binary files?
    ... version-control/ (the comment section in the above post go into more detail) While Unity itself doesn’t generate super-large files (I think the worst I’ve got was a 2MB scene file), there are a ... (2022-05-15)

  5. Forum Post: Is Fossil still bad for lots of binary files?
    ... https://www.omiyagames.com/blog/2014/02/15/farewell-fossil-version-control/ 1 While Unity itself doesn’t generate super-large files (I think the worst I’ve got was a 2MB scene file), there are a ... (2022-05-15)

  6. Forum Reply: Backlinks for tickets are not created if column "mimetype" is GENERATED
    From george: The problem is tackled in generated-ticketchng.mimetype branch, where TICKETCHNG.mimetype column is honored even if that column is GENERATED. Please say if you see issues in the proposed solution. (2022-05-14)

  7. Forum Reply: Project release RSS/Atom feed?
    From mario_: The easiest option would be a custom generator as extcgi handler. Don't have a GH releases.atom compatible one, but the /changelog or /project.json might be a good starting point: https ... (2022-05-12)

  8. Forum Reply: Official binaries with support for TH1 docs and JSON API?
    ... proponent of the feature early on, but was younger and naiver about the wider implications of adding general-purpose server-side scripting to fossil. Yes, it's useful, but it's also a two-edged ... (2022-05-10)

  9. Forum Post: RFC: TKT_USER column of the TICKETCHNG table
    ... would benefit from the change. What do you think? ^ Unless otherwise noted, TICKETCHNG table is implied. ^ Use of GENERATED columns with STORED flavor may be treated as caching. ^ Please say if you think the opposite. (2022-05-08)

  10. Forum Reply: fossil cgi error
    ... with the feature its recursing into). There is one "quick fix" but it leads to the command generating its error message in CGI-compatible form, which isn't terribly useful for manual invocation: [stephan@nuc ... (2022-05-05)

  11. Forum Post: How do RSS feeds of files work?
    How do RSS feeds of files work? From zellyn: Hi there. I was trying to generate an RSS feed of a single file. It seems to work, but the RSS feed omits many of the ... (2022-05-04)

  12. Forum Edit reply: RFC: fossil stash --interactive
    ... behaviour with Fossil's interfaces. As for putting this into Fossil proper, if my recollection of a general objection to adding ncurses things to Fossil is correct, then I say leave this feature in fnc ... (2022-04-29)

  13. Forum Reply: RFC: fossil stash --interactive
    ... behaviour with Fossil's interfaces. As for putting this into Fossil proper, if my recollection of a general objection to adding ncurses things to Fossil is correct, then I say leave this feature in fnc ... (2022-04-29)

  14. Forum Reply: RFC: fossil stash --interactive
    ... Fossil does to reduce friction. As for putting this into Fossil proper, if my recollection of a general objection to adding ncurses things to Fossil is correct, then I say leave this feature in fnc ... (2022-04-28)

  15. Forum Reply: Project release RSS/Atom feed?
    From stephan: and I've found that there is a general timeline.rss feed for commits, but not, like, a release.rss The short answer is no. timeline.rss has a limited set of filter ... (2022-04-26)

  16. Forum Post: Project release RSS/Atom feed?
    ... GitHub? I see I can filter the timeline to view just tags, and I've found that there is a general timeline.rss feed for commits, but not, like, a release.rss. Any advice? Thanks! (2022-04-26)

  17. Forum Reply: Footnotes
    ... any footnote support was implemented. The OP includes a hand-written #fragment hyperlink which looks like automatically generated footnote but actually didn't work at the moment of writing and will remain broken until "base ... (2022-04-23)

  18. Forum Edit reply: Feature suggestion: file's history between two lines
    ... such a thing, the one potential exception being that the HTML-format diff has not been ported over (only because of lack of need - the library doesn't have any HTML-generating client apps yet). (2022-04-22)

  19. Forum Reply: Feature suggestion: file's history between two lines
    ... such a thing, the one potential exception being that the HTML-format diff has not been ported over (only because of lack of need - the library doesn't have any HTML-generating client apps yet). (2022-04-22)

  20. Forum Edit reply: Fossil produces invalid tarballs
    ... be tested on a wider variety of systems and repositories. Edit: on the other hand, crc32() explicitly generates a 32-bit checksum, so it's presumably taking care of the case that sizeof(long)>4. (2022-04-20)

  21. Forum Reply: Fossil x64 on Server Core without WoW64 does not run
    ... users-to-update-a-system-protected-area/] Comment on the /MANIFEST linker option: Disable Win32 application manifest generation and post-processing for MSVC builds, as fossil.exe.manifest is hand-crafted, and embedded in fossil ... (2022-04-15)

  22. Forum Reply: Feature or bug: /doc/ckout/ cannot resolve top-level index.md
    ... not resolve that file like it does in various subdirs... It turns out this is a more general problem - it's unable to resolve to a top-of-repo index.* regardless of the branch if ... (2022-04-14)

  23. Forum Reply: Fossil x64 on Server Core without WoW64 does not run
    ... Neutral. INFO: End assembly probing. ERROR: Cannot resolve reference Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls,language=?*?,processorArchitecture=?X86?,publicKeyToken=?6595b64144ccf1df?,type=?win32?,version=?6.0.0.0?. ERROR: Activation Context generation failed. End Activation Context Generation. (2022-04-13)

  24. Forum Reply: Commit hooks in Fossil
    ... server without shunning the offending artifacts from your repo first (shunning being something that we (especially me) generally actively discourage). Well we already have a case where changes to a local repo won't sync ... (2022-04-13)

  25. Forum Reply: Fossil produces invalid tarballs
    ... a moment that we can't because of the first point, fossil would be required for forever generate tar/zip files in exactly the same way it does today, with no wiggle room whatsoever for ... (2022-04-12)

  26. Forum Reply: Oddity in sorting by 'age' of ticket
    ... The table header (containing 'data-column-types') is output prior to the execution of the SQL which generates the contents of the table (that makes sense, of course). But because of that, it's not ... (2022-04-12)

  27. Forum Reply: Oddity in sorting by 'age' of ticket
    ... given the code a quick look, and the core problem is that data-column-types in the generated HTML is set to a blank string in rptview_page_content() within src/report.c, so src/sorttable.js ... (2022-04-11)

  28. Forum Reply: Commit hooks in Fossil
    ... server without shunning the offending artifacts from your repo first (shunning being something that we (especially me) generally actively discourage). When a checkin is performed, your copy of the repo (which is entirely under your ... (2022-04-11)

  29. Forum Reply: fossil diff --tk displays black screen
    ... hopes that the binary called tclsh is an app which will accept the valid TCL code fossil generates and blindly sends to that app. It's like an interface: the interface "tclsh" accepts valid TCL ... (2022-04-09)

  30. Forum Edit reply: fossil diff --tk displays black screen
    ... Tk experience, maybe) About Apple's decision, I think it is simply because they are pushing new generation UI design (using SwiftUI or other paradigms such as those that merge (or at list try to ... (2022-04-09)

  31. Forum Reply: fossil diff --tk displays black screen
    ... Tk experience, maybe) About Apple's decision, I think it is simply because they are pushing new generation UI design (using SwiftUI or other paradigms such as those that merge (or at list try to ... (2022-04-09)

  32. Forum Reply: fossil diff --tk displays black screen
    ... instructions about what to do (== your post) shown somewhere would be welcome. Fossil simply passes the (-tk)-generated script to whatever tlcsh is installed. In this case, your vendor has chosen to explicitly change that ... (2022-04-07)

  33. Forum Reply: a changes filter for executable?
    ... option ? ignore-unix-file-meta (default off, no effect on windows compiled binary) (a bit verbose, but generic and cover symlink case) ignore-exec-flag (would need to ignore only exec flag to be consistent ... (2022-04-01)

  34. Forum Reply: Automatic Code Highlighting with Prism
    ... did we have any collective intentions of making it do so. The old WYSIWYG editor was 100% generic but built on long-since-deprecated JS APIs so was going to die eventually, anyway. but if ... (2022-03-31)

  35. Forum Edit reply: Automatic Code Highlighting with Prism
    ... 8 text files stay the same. On top of that there's a possibility to use code generation. Basically, what I am currently yearning for is 90-ties simple HTML, with the exceptions that in ... (2022-03-31)

  36. Forum Reply: Automatic Code Highlighting with Prism
    ... 8 text files stay the same. On top of that there's a possibility to use code generation. Basically, what I am currently yearning for is 90-ties simple HTML, with the exceptions that in ... (2022-03-31)

  37. Forum Edit reply: Automatic Code Highlighting with Prism
    ... it to work via /artifact, or you might need it to work with different file paths, or different languages, etc. Requires that you have the "Bash" language feature enabled in your generated prism.js file. (2022-03-29)

  38. Forum Reply: Automatic Code Highlighting with Prism
    ... Prism.highlightElement(p); } } } </script> Put that in your skin's footer, and suddenly those unstyled shell scripts will be stylin'. Requires that you have the "Bash" language feature enabled in your generated prism.js file. (2022-03-29)

  39. Forum Edit: Automatic Code Highlighting with Prism
    ... block above the "DOWNLOAD CSS" button at the bottom of the download page. That CSS is dynamically generated from your selections above it, so you might want to adjust the settings in that link, which ... (2022-03-29)

  40. Forum Reply: Knowledge Management System
    ... is called Brea that is in the middle of a "decoupled CMS" and a static web site generator. Fossil acts as the storage backend and publishing part of this Brea prototype (we still need to ... (2022-03-29)

  41. Forum Reply: Commiting only a subset of actual changes (similar to "git add -p")
    ... using GIT, one can use the command line options to do that. But there is a more generic way to do that, applicable to most of the SCMs. The developer basically work in 2 modes ... (2022-03-29)

  42. Forum Reply: Skinning Experience
    ... the same manner as css.txt? Which would then be loaded at an appropriate place in the generated HTML (footer area) and not be subject to TH1 handling? Alternatively, perhaps variable expansion could be limited ... (2022-03-29)

  43. Forum Post: Classless stylesheets for fossil skins
    ... to the style-sheet if you needed grids or responsive grids. Semantic HTML uses specific rather than generic HTML elements to structure the document according to purpose. So the <body> should be divided into a ... (2022-03-28)

  44. Forum Reply: GPL vs BSD in "Fossil vs Git" article
    ... my mind got blown away by the fediverse, and i also rather move away from forums in general. i decided to even quit sen, github, and other alikes (on top of discourse and reddit i ... (2022-03-24)

  45. Forum Reply: /WX causes errors when building under windows with other code pages
    ... developers prefer shell.c to compile cleanly with the more commonly used compilers. The /W2 warning level is lax enough that its complaints should be taken seriously, and are generally addressed by code adjustments. Thanks. (2022-03-23)

  46. Forum Reply: /WX causes errors when building under windows with other code pages
    ... to skip the BOM. Whether people like the fact that some UTF-8 files have BOMs or not, the fact is they do, and that paragraph doesn't explicitly forbid it in the general case. (2022-03-23)

  47. Forum Edit reply: HT 400 Bad Request? Or vulnerability?
    ... SO answer and suggests that common browsers stop around maximum 8 KB, so 10,000 chars is generous from althttpd ;-). HTTP 1.1 itself does not limit the GET-Request URI length but does warn ... (2022-03-21)

  48. Forum Reply: HT 400 Bad Request? Or vulnerability?
    ... good SO answer and suggest common browser stop around maximum 8 KB, so 10,000 chars is generous from althttpd ;-). HTTP 1.1 itself does not limit the GET-Request URI length but does warn ... (2022-03-21)

  49. Forum Edit reply: HT 400 Bad Request? Or vulnerability?
    From drh: It's definitely from althttpd. Are you sure? Seems like it might also be generated from a call to fossil_print_error(). Edit: I now agree that the error is coming from althttpd. (2022-03-21)

  50. Forum Reply: HT 400 Bad Request? Or vulnerability?
    From stephan: Are you sure? Seems like it might also be generated from a call to fossil_print_error(). The error text from the OP's post is the giveaway: This server does not understand the requested ... (2022-03-21)

  51. Forum Reply: HT 400 Bad Request? Or vulnerability?
    From drh: It's definitely from althttpd. Are you sure? Seems like it might also be generated from a call to fossil_print_error(). (2022-03-21)

  52. Forum Reply: Knowledge Management System
    ... source code and other files. Many skillsets would be needed to work on more organised and more general approaches to the problem of "why is humanity relying on informal file versioning systems, or no versioning ... (2022-03-21)

  53. Forum Reply: Database error: database is locked: {COMMIT} -- but why, exactly?
    ... checkin without the -m flag, fossil opens up your editor, and you leave it sitting. Fossil is generally intended to be used one operation/command at a time, in sequence. Each user really needs their ... (2022-03-16)

  54. Forum Post: Database error: database is locked: {COMMIT} -- but why, exactly?
    ... was a two person temporary thing anyway and he assumed this would be no problem -- he had generated the server repo himself in the first place). I was not aware of him doing this and ... (2022-03-16)

  55. Forum Reply: 2.18: cannot clone "http://www.fossil-scm.org/fossil" to "fossil"
    ... echo] BTW: The file_fullexename() function is used in the test-which command, and probably intended as a general-purpose function, so it's probably not safe to patch it to use GetModuleFileNameW(). I just wanted ... (2022-03-06)

  56. Forum Reply: 2.18: cannot clone "http://www.fossil-scm.org/fossil" to "fossil"
    ... diff slightly bigger than a few lines of changes will do the same. And this only when generating HTML diff output. But I missed that one! This is a patch to apply so that Fossil ... (2022-03-04)

  57. Forum Reply: 2.18: cannot clone "http://www.fossil-scm.org/fossil" to "fossil"
    ... page trigger same bug. I just tough this diff was special, but realize any diff slightly bigger than a few lines of changes will do the same. And this only when generating HTML diff output. (2022-03-04)

  58. Forum Reply: Bug seemingly introduced in 'diff-color-enhancements' branch
    ... Including latest 2.18 release from fossil webpage and latest trunk compiled by myself. Any diff webpage generation will show the problem. (running fossil ui, fossil diff -by, fossil diff --webpage, etc...). If the diff ... (2022-03-04)

  59. Forum Reply: 2.18: cannot clone "http://www.fossil-scm.org/fossil" to "fossil"
    ... c +++ src/main.c @@ -420,20 +420,39 @@ unsigned int nArg; /* Number of new arguments */ char *z; /* General use string pointer */ char **newArgv; /* New expanded g.argv under construction */ const char *zFileName; /* input file name ... (2022-03-03)

  60. Forum Reply: How to get the branch name
    ... minor output formatting changes. (For example, Daniel's first example is less specific than the second.) We generally try to avoid breaking client-side scripts via changes in output but we have never guaranteed it ... (2022-03-01)

  61. Forum Reply: settings don't work for sub-directories
    ... person to trip over that peculiarity of fossil's globbing. Presumably it originates from the globbing code having been inherited from sqlite, where it's used in a more general-purpose way than globbing filenames. (2022-02-26)

  62. Forum Reply: Bug seemingly introduced in 'diff-color-enhancements' branch
    ... 84f25d7eb1] 2022-02-23 13:22:20 UTC $ uname -a Linux Bit-Borker 5.13.0-28-generic #31-Ubuntu SMP Thu Jan 13 17:41:06 UTC 2022 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux . Maybe ... (2022-02-25)

  63. Forum Post: `fossil diff`: 3 failure cases
    ... Steps to reproduce: Open the minimal test case repository Run fossil diff --checkin tip Observed results: The generated diff output is not identical for Fossil versions including or omitting the mentioned check-in ?1cb182ac18?. A ... (2022-02-18)

  64. Forum Reply: An unexpect received artifact during a checkin
    ... understanding is correct. IIRC (it has been many years since I designed that algorithm) the server-side generates a new cluster if there are more than 200 (or was it 100?) unclustered artifacts currently in ... (2022-02-17)

  65. Forum Reply: Knowledge Management System
    ... how we are combining Fossil, TiddlyWiki and Pharo / Glamorous Toolkit to migrate content from a static site generator (Hugo) to TiddlyWiki + Fossil. The publication uses and extended version of Markdeep that I recently adapted to ... (2022-02-09)

  66. Forum Reply: Large repo clone fails
    ... increase it to at least approximately 2.5 times that value for normal operations. (Applying deltas in fossil requires having the original version, the delta, and the target/generated version all in memory at once.) (2022-02-08)

  67. Forum Reply: Knowledge Management System
    ... worth further exploration. But we must ask: To whom? and: Where? Those answers may or may not generally be users of this forum, and here. Those questions are my focus here. ... Details ... Those purposes and ... (2022-02-08)

  68. Forum Reply: markdown: code blocks inside numbered lists
    ... consider posting that to the forum? It's the sort of corner case that often ends up being a lot more generally useful than it might seem at first. Best, Dan Shearer dan@shearer.org (2022-02-05)

  69. Forum Reply: Footnotes
    ... list of URLs to PS files, and combine them into one single PDF. This is handy to generate "one-page" manuals (easy to search), or simply to archive web pages. But not only in this ... (2022-02-04)

  70. Forum Reply: Footnotes
    ... that dual nature? Print and screen specific stylesheet would allow both use cases. The sqlite docs are generated using other tools with only a single skin, so that one would possibly be feasible to support ... (2022-02-03)

  71. Forum Reply: Why am I not getting any forum emails?
    ... the mercy of Larger Powers when it comes to outbound mail being flagged as spam. Richard has made every effort to have the generated mails appear legitimate, but it's an ongoing and uphill battle :/. (2022-02-02)

  72. Forum Post: Constraints on usernames, and a login discrepancy between forum and main site
    ... As a consequence, the usernames may have all sorts of weird characters in them, though one would generally expect them to look like an email address; just user@domain.tld, not Cameron Doe <cdoe@example ... (2022-01-30)

  73. Forum Reply: search command - specify branch
    ... Just a few quick, hastily written, comments not about Fossil, but about the text search task in general. Namely, I've been interested in that topic for years in the context of freedom of speech ... (2022-01-28)

  74. Forum Post: SQL failure on checkin
    ... 10: I have a bash script which is introducing versions of a file (and it's 2 generated .exe files) to fossil. When it runs with "bash -x xxx.sh", everything works fine. Sometimes when ... (2022-01-27)

  75. Forum Post: search command - specify branch
    ... See [forum:/forumpost/7631656a2823338a|forum thread 7631656a2823338a]. 19:57:44 [8cd73dda3d] Add a heuristic to the diff generator that helps it do a better job of identifying differences in C code that result from a ... (2022-01-26)

  76. Forum Reply: Best practice for Table of Contents in documentation pages / wikis
    From smartmic: Thanks, Stephan, your example is helpful. Currently they have to be added by hand, generated via client-provided code before checking in the documents, Just sharing my quickly drafted oneliner (works only with ... (2022-01-26)

  77. Forum Reply: Best practice for Table of Contents in documentation pages / wikis
    ... documentation (or wiki pages)? Currently they have to be added by hand, generated via client-provided code before checking in the documents, or generated via client-provided JS code which gets loaded with the site ... (2022-01-26)

  78. Forum Reply: Invalid processing of root directories on Windows.
    ... the specified drives but in current directory. Name of directory contains drive letter plus nonprintable unicode point generated from ":" by this line *wUnicode |= 0xF000; of fossil_utf8_to_path function. This happened not only for root paths: if ... (2022-01-25)

  79. Forum Edit: Fossil wiki Search Engine Search Paths
    ... SELECT filename,target FROM attachment WHERE filename LIKE '%P2P%' LIMIT 30; at url_prefix/admin_sql and those provide me the search results that I wish I had as part of the general search engine search results. (2022-01-25)

  80. Forum Reply: TH1, is there a REPL for it?
    ... in ages - newer gcc's might choke on it) Scratch that: [stephan@nuc:~/fossil/th1-sgb]$ m Generating dependencies... + ccache cc -pedantic -Wall -Werror -fPIC -g -std=c89 -DDEBUG -UNDEBUG -I. -I./include -c -o ... (2022-01-24)

  81. Forum Reply: fossil server|ui: SSL read error
    ... able to test such a change so won't do that myself. We know the new behavior generally works because we've been using it for more than a week now in althttpd on my ... (2022-01-24)

  82. Forum Reply: perfect reset & add a checkin repository to a checkin (nested checkins)
    ... will just answer obvious things until I (maybe) make some proposal. nobody but you The complaint it generates would serve to prompt users of nested checkouts to come to the forum and report, "fossil is ... (2022-01-19)

  83. Forum Edit reply: unix user separation
    ... under a seperate unix user. If you're doing that for a sense of security, it's generally unnecessary and administratively cumbersome. Each repository is its own sandbox and you can make each completely private ... (2022-01-18)

  84. Forum Reply: unix user separation
    ... under a seperate unix user. If you're doing that for a sense of security, it's generally unnecessary and administratively cumbersome. Each repository is its own sandbox and you can make each completely private ... (2022-01-18)

  85. Forum Reply: [RFC] new feature: diff -p|--prototype
    ... no other reason than the diff tool itself is used to report changes in source code—a very general-purpose tool—yet it provides the option to show C function names in headers. So I don't ... (2022-01-16)

  86. Forum Reply: [RFC] new feature: diff -p|--prototype
    ... to C/C++ syntax. Fossil is not a version control system for C/C++. It is a general-purpose version control system. Even for C/C++ source code, the name of the containing function is ... (2022-01-16)

  87. Forum Reply: [RFC] new feature: diff -p|--prototype
    ... text" and "binary" needed for both diffs and merges. I also feel the same way for the general case, but when it comes to options I'm more liberal. They're by nature optional, so ... (2022-01-16)

  88. Forum Reply: perfect reset & add a checkin repository to a checkin (nested checkins)
    ... happen almost every single time fossil is invoked (most commands look for a checkout). The complaint it generates would serve to prompt users of nested checkouts to come to the forum and report, "fossil is ... (2022-01-16)

  89. Forum Edit reply: a changes filter for executable?
    From larrybr: (Edited once more to be a clean, robust and complete solution, thanks to some generously shared tips.) The following is a bash script which reports or fixes discrepancies between "x" bits on actual ... (2022-01-16)

  90. Forum Edit reply: a changes filter for executable?
    ... echo Not within a Fossil checkout. No-can-do. >&2 exit 1 fi pushd $projroot >/dev/null # Generate the TSV. HaveX > $fHave RepoX > $fRepo # Load SQLite transient DB and report x-bit discrepancies between repo ... (2022-01-15)

  91. Forum Reply: a changes filter for executable?
    ... echo Not within a Fossil checkout. No-can-do. >&2 exit 1 fi pushd $projroot >/dev/null # Generate the TSV. HaveX > $fHave RepoX > $fRepo db=?:memory:? # Following commented code is for debug only: # db=rf ... (2022-01-15)

  92. Forum Post: FreeBSD 13 fossil server warnings regarding /dev/null and /dev/urandom
    ... writing. WARNING: Device "/dev/urandom" is not available for reading. This means that the pseudo-random number generator used by SQLite will be poorly seeded. How do I correct these? I suspect this may have ... (2022-01-13)

  93. Forum Post: Can't add user to remote repository and remote login questions
    ... anonymous, developer, nobody, and reader which I infer are some kind of defaults.) As no one, auto-generating a superuser based on my OS account name (shouldn't I be nobody...?), I again see no ... (2022-01-12)

  94. Forum Edit: template for a before-commit hook script
    ... before-commit hook which will check if DNS zone files have syntax errors. I'm sharing the generic part of it, which parses most of the auxiliary info file. I haven't bothered with tags ... (2022-01-09)

  95. Forum Edit: template for a before-commit hook script
    ... before-commit hook which will check if DNS zone files have syntax errors. I'm sharing the generic part of it, which parses most of the auxiliary info file. I haven't bothered with tags ... (2022-01-09)

  96. Forum Edit: template for a before-commit hook script
    ... before-commit hook which will check if DNS zone files have syntax errors. I'm sharing the generic part of it, which parses most of the auxiliary info file. I haven't bothered with tags ... (2022-01-09)

  97. Forum Post: template for a before-commit hook script
    ... before-commit hook which will check if DNS zone files have syntax errors. I'm sharing the generic part of it, which parses most of the auxiliary info file. I haven't bothered with tags ... (2022-01-09)

  98. Forum Reply: Probable bug in integrity reports after Fossil/git/Fossil cycle
    ... rejects any structural artifact which has out-of-order cards. Futhermore, when Fossil is generating new structural artifacts, it runs the generated artifact through the parser to confirm that all cards really are in the ... (2022-01-06)

  99. Forum Edit reply: Fossil Version 2.18.0.0 not support WinXP?
    ... SSLCONFIG) ?/D_WIN32_WINNT=0x501? +!endif !if $(FOSSIL_ENABLE_TCL)!=0 TCLDIR = $(B)\compat\tcl-8.6 TCLSRCDIR = $(TCLDIR) TCLINCDIR = $(TCLSRCDIR)\generic And then run the following command from the win subdirectory in the Fossil source tree (with the ... (2022-01-05)

  100. Forum Reply: Fossil Version 2.18.0.0 not support WinXP?
    ... SSLCONFIG) ?/D_WIN32_WINNT=0x501? +!endif !if $(FOSSIL_ENABLE_TCL)!=0 TCLDIR = $(B)\compat\tcl-8.6 TCLSRCDIR = $(TCLDIR) TCLINCDIR = $(TCLSRCDIR)\generic And then run the following command from the win subdirectory in the Fossil source tree (with the ... (2022-01-05)