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Re: running Gitalist as a sub-directory of my main web site

by Your Mother (Chancellor)
on Sep 06, 2011 at 13:41 UTC ( #924384=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to running Gitalist as a sub-directory of my main web site

If you're running apache, adding this to your configuration will clear up the broken links-

    AllowEncodedSlashes On

The other advice was good. It's a Catalyst application and there are many tutorials and guides, some in the Catalyst docs, for how to deploy them. Proxying is probably the best all around solution but fastcgi is probably the easiest. Here's a sample apache config for running one out of a user's home dir with local::lib.

# Start gitalist with- # perl -Mlocal::lib=/home/moo/perl5 ~moo/Gitalist/script/gitalist_fa +stcgi.pl -l /tmp/gitalist.socket -d FastCgiExternalServer /tmp/gitalist.fcgi -socket /tmp/gitalist.socke +t Alias /git/ /tmp/gitalist.fcgi/

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