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Re: Apache svn - how to customize rendering?

From: Bo Berglund <bo.berglund_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2017 00:58:57 +0100

On Mon, 11 Dec 2017 07:00:20 -0500, Paul Hammant <paul_at_hammant.org>
wrote:

>Hi Bo,
>
>I keep trying to drive you to look at working Docker configurations on
>Github. Here's one https://github.com/RainerBlessing/Docker-ViewVC for
>ViewVC on Ubuntu14.10. Can you run docker for yourself? In terms of
>self-education you need to be able to run Docker on you Mac or Windows
>workstation (or laptop), as this isn't so much about the intended server,
>more about "oooh, I wonder how that works" hacking around. Please tell me
>directly if you've no Docker capability on any workstation you have access
>to, and I'll shut up!
>

Hi,
I went to the github link you gave and had a look at the viewvc.conf
file. It looks like almost everything inside it is commented out and
it also states there is not yet able to run as a service...
What really "docker" is eludes me however, could you expand a bit on
it? It must be something general since I noticed this at the bottom of
Dockerfile
#sudo apt-get install docker.io

So I could perhaps use it as a testing tool, but then I could as well
use the standalone.py file which is part of viewvc itself, right?

In any case both standalone.py and the docker thing seems to publish
the view on localhost:someport, which kind of defeats the object here.
I want the view to be available from computers outside of the server
so it has to be published to the eth0 interface.

I made this happen in standalone.py by editing it and changing the
host variable so it uses the server's address (hardcoded) and hostname
(also hardcoded).
Then I was able to run standalone.py and view the result on
http://hostname:someport/viewvc/

Looked all right, but has now to be transported into Apache2...

-- 
Bo Berglund
Developer in Sweden
Received on 2017-12-12 02:11:07 CET

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