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Revision 3.12, Thu Nov 8 12:06:20 2001 UTC (22 years, 1 month ago) by knu
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: FreeBSD-cvsweb-2_0_5, FreeBSD-cvsweb-2_0_4, FreeBSD-cvsweb-2_0_3, FreeBSD-cvsweb-2_0_2, FreeBSD-cvsweb-2_0_1
Branch point for: FreeBSD-cvsweb-2_0-branch
Changes since 3.11: +16 -1 lines

Repocopy *.knu to *.FreeBSD.

Put some pointers to the FreeBSD-cvsweb resources.

$Idaemons: /home/cvs/cvsweb/README.knu,v 3.9 2001/01/13 07:48:09 knu Exp $

This is FreeBSD-cvsweb 2.0.  To track the development, access the
module `projects/cvsweb' in the FreeBSD CVS repository.

  Repository access:

  CVSweb of CVSweb:

  Release archives:

Here is the list of added features over Zeller's version:

o Customizable "show functions" option
    You can specify a regexp for each file type to teach rcsdiff(1) to
    recognize function lines.

o Customizable PR categories
o Move $prcgi to cvsweb.conf
    Now each repository can have its own PR categories and
    query-pr.cgi URL, which can be defined in cvsweb.conf-${cvstree}.
    It is useful when you have such as NetBSD and/or OpenBSD

o Improved support for text-based browsers
    Unidiff is the default format for diffs, for text-based browsers.

o Enhanced PR # hyperlinking.
    The following styles are supported.

        PR:     12345, 67890, ..

        PR:     #12345, #67890, ..

        PR#     sparc/12345, i386/67890

        PR:     ports/43210

        .. is related to bin/4567, which is ...

o Manpage hyperlinking.
    Both `cat(1)' and `cat.1' styles are supported.

o Revision numbers hyperlinking in annotaion.

o Automatic tarball generation. (Obtained from Debian)

o Automatic zipball generation.

o Customizable repository entry order.

o Location text field.

o Support for the use of localized charsets.

o Workaround for buggy web servers.

o Numerous bugfixes regarding URI/filename manipulation.

o Security fixes to let it work under perl -T.

See the README file also.

Akinori MUSHA <knu@FreeBSD.org> -- The FreeBSD Project