The "cgi" command:
Usage: fossil ?cgi? FILE
This command causes Fossil to generate reply to a CGI request.
The FILE argument is the name of a control file that provides Fossil
with important information such as where to find its repository. In
a typical CGI deployment, FILE is the name of the CGI script and will
typically look something like this:
The command name, "cgi", may be omitted if the GATEWAY_INTERFACE
environment variable is set to "CGI", which should always be the
case for CGI scripts run by a webserver. Fossil ignores any lines
that begin with "#".
The following control lines are recognized:
repository: PATH Name of the Fossil repository
directory: PATH Name of a directory containing many Fossil
repositories whose names all end with ".fossil".
There should only be one of "repository:"
notfound: URL When in "directory:" mode, redirect to
URL if no suitable repository is found.
repolist When in "directory:" mode, display a page
showing a list of available repositories if
the URL is "/".
localauth Grant administrator privileges to connections
from 127.0.0.1 or ::1.
skin: LABEL Use the built-in skin called LABEL rather than
the default. If there are no skins called LABEL
then this line is a no-op.
files: GLOBLIST GLOBLIST is a comma-separated list of GLOB
patterns that specify files that can be
returned verbatim. This feature allows Fossil
to act as a web server returning static
setenv: NAME VALUE Set environment variable NAME to VALUE. Or
if VALUE is omitted, unset NAME.
HOME: PATH Shorthand for "setenv: HOME PATH"
debug: FILE Causing debugging information to be written
errorlog: FILE Warnings, errors, and panics written to FILE.
redirect: REPO URL Extract the "name" query parameter and search
REPO for a check-in or ticket that matches the
value of "name", then redirect to URL. There
can be multiple "redirect:" lines that are
processed in order. If the REPO is "*", then
an unconditional redirect to URL is taken.
Most CGI files contain only a "repository:" line. It is uncommon to
use any other option.
See also: http, server, winsrv