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Bill Nottingham 08-12-2010 05:54 PM

Nuke viewvc
 
Rather than neuter what it shows, remove it entirely. This makes a
clean break.

This does break one cron job in puppet - see manifests/services/bugzilla.pp.

commit 44926d2a99572c297af7340f26b4eb95505604d2
Author: Bill Nottingham <notting@puppet01.phx2.fedoraproject.org>
Date: Thu Aug 12 17:53:47 2010 +0000

Remove viewvc.

diff --git a/configs/system/nagios-external/services/websites.cfg b/configs/system/nagios-external/services/websites.cfg
index 73c61e7..4380d60 100644
--- a/configs/system/nagios-external/services/websites.cfg
+++ b/configs/system/nagios-external/services/websites.cfg
@@ -113,10 +113,3 @@ define service {
check_command check_website_ssl!admin.fedoraproject.org!/accounts/help/get_help/user_telephone!emergency
use websitetemplate
}
-
-define service {
- host_name cvs
- service_description cvs
- check_command check_website!cvs.fedoraproject.org!/viewvc/!Index of
- use websitetemplate
-}
diff --git a/configs/web/cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf b/configs/web/cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf
deleted file mode 100644
index 93d33d4..0000000
--- a/configs/web/cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
-RewriteEngine on
-RewriteRule /viewcvs(.*) /viewvc/$1 [R]
-Alias /viewvc /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python/viewvc.py
-Alias /viewvc-static /usr/share/viewvc/templates/docroot
-
-<Directory /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python>
- AddHandler python-program .py
- PythonHandler handler
- PythonPath "sys.path+['/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python']"
-</Directory>
-
diff --git a/configs/web/pkgs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf b/configs/web/pkgs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf
deleted file mode 100644
index 1b9c449..0000000
--- a/configs/web/pkgs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,12 +0,0 @@
-# This file needs to be re-written for a git web viewer
-#RewriteEngine on
-#RewriteRule /viewcvs(.*) /viewvc/$1 [R]
-#Alias /viewvc /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python/viewvc.py
-#Alias /viewvc-static /usr/share/viewvc/templates/docroot
-
-#<Directory /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python>
-# AddHandler python-program .py
-# PythonHandler handler
-# PythonPath "sys.path+['/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python']"
-#</Directory>
-
diff --git a/manifests/servergroups/cvs.pp b/manifests/servergroups/cvs.pp
index dabc57d..99ea9a8 100644
--- a/manifests/servergroups/cvs.pp
+++ b/manifests/servergroups/cvs.pp
@@ -10,7 +10,6 @@ class cvs {
include cvs-pkgs
include rsync::server
include drbackupPubKey
- include viewvc::web
include cvs-pserver
include selinux-enforcing

diff --git a/modules/viewvc/README b/modules/viewvc/README
deleted file mode 100644
index 2107543..0000000
--- a/modules/viewvc/README
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,15 +0,0 @@
-=====================
-ViewVC
-=====================
-
------------
-Usage
------------
-
-Provides basic web interface to viewcvs
-
------------
-Prereqisites
------------
-
-This module requires the httpd module
diff --git a/modules/viewvc/files/httpd/viewvc.conf b/modules/viewvc/files/httpd/viewvc.conf
deleted file mode 100644
index 73bbcaf..0000000
--- a/modules/viewvc/files/httpd/viewvc.conf
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,16 +0,0 @@
-RewriteEngine on
-RewriteRule /viewcvs(.*) /viewvc/$1 [R]
-
-RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} '^msnbot.*|.*Googlebot.*|^.*Twiceler.*'
-RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} r2.*
-RewriteRule .* - [F]
-
-Alias /viewvc /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python/viewvc.py
-Alias /viewvc-static /usr/share/viewvc/templates/docroot
-
-<Directory /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python>
- AddHandler python-program .py
- PythonHandler handler
- PythonPath "sys.path+['/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python']"
-</Directory>
-
diff --git a/modules/viewvc/files/viewvc/viewvc.conf b/modules/viewvc/files/viewvc/viewvc.conf
deleted file mode 100644
index e3cc59b..0000000
--- a/modules/viewvc/files/viewvc/viewvc.conf
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,935 +0,0 @@
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-##
-## Configuration file for ViewVC
-##
-## Information on ViewVC is located at the following web site:
-## http://viewvc.org/
-##
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-## THE FORMAT OF THIS CONFIGURATION FILE
-##
-## This file is delineated by sections, specified in [brackets]. Within
-## each section, are a number of configuration settings. These settings
-## take the form of: name = value. Values may be continued on the
-## following line by indenting the continued line.
-##
-## WARNING: Indentation *always* means continuation. Name=value lines
-## should always start in column zero.
-##
-## Comments should always start in column zero, and are identified
-## with "#". By default each of the configuration items is
-## commented out, with the default value of the option shown.
-## You'll need to remove the '#' that precedes configuration
-## options whose values you wish to modify.
-##
-## Certain configuration settings may have multiple values. These should
-## be separated by a comma. The settings where this is allowed are noted
-## below. Any other setting that requires special syntax is noted at that
-## setting.
-##
-##
-## SOME TERMINOLOGY USED HEREIN
-##
-## "root" - This is a CVS or Subversion repository. For Subversion, the
-## meaning is pretty clear, as the virtual, versioned directory tree
-## stored inside a Subversion repository looks nothing like the actual
-## tree visible with shell utilities that holds the repository. For
-## CVS, this is more confusing, because CVS's repository layout mimics
-## (actually, defines) the layout of the stuff housed in the repository.
-## But a CVS repository can be identified by the presence of a CVSROOT
-## subdirectory in its root directory.
-##
-## "module" - A module is a top-level subdirectory of a root, usually
-## associated with the concept of a single "project" among many housed
-## within a single repository.
-##
-##
-## BASIC VIEWVC CONFIGURATION HINTS
-##
-## While ViewVC has quite a few configuration options, you generally
-## only need to change a small subset of them to get your ViewVC
-## installation working properly. Here are some options that we
-## recommend you pay attention to. Of course, don't try to change the
-## options here -- do so in the relevant section of the configuration
-## file below.
-##
-## For correct operation, you will probably need to change the following
-## configuration variables:
-##
-## cvs_roots (for CVS)
-## svn_roots (for Subversion)
-## root_parents (for CVS or Subversion)
-## default_root
-## root_as_url_component
-## rcs_dir
-## mime_types_files
-## the many options in the [utilities] section
-##
-## It is usually desirable to change the following variables:
-##
-## address
-## forbidden
-##
-## To optimize delivery of ViewVC static files:
-##
-## docroot
-##
-## To customize the display of ViewVC for your site:
-##
-## template_dir
-## the [templates] override section
-##
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[general]
-
-## cvs_roots: Specifies each of the CVS roots on your system and
-## assigns names to them. Each root should be given by a "name: path"
-## value. Multiple roots should be separated by commas and can be
-## placed on separate lines.
-##
-## Example:
-## cvs_roots = cvsroot: /opt/cvs/repos1,
-## anotherroot: /usr/local/cvs/repos2
-##
-cvs_roots = pkgs: /cvs/pkgs, core: /cvs/dist, extras: /cvs/extras, fedora: /cvs/fedora, docs: /cvs/docs, dirsec: /cvs/dirsec, legacy: /cvs/legacy, l10n: /cvs/l10n, elvis: /cvs/elvis
-
-## svn_roots: Specifies each of the Subversion roots (repositories) on
-## your system and assigns names to them. Each root should be given by
-## a "name: path" value. Multiple roots should be separated by commas
-## and can be placed on separate lines.
-##
-## Example:
-## svn_roots = svnrepos: /opt/svn/,
-## anotherrepos: /usr/local/svn/repos2
-##
-#svn_roots =
-
-## root_parents: Specifies a list of directories in which any number of
-## repositories may reside. Rather than force you to add a new entry
-## to 'cvs_roots' or 'svn_roots' each time you create a new repository,
-## ViewVC rewards you for organising all your repositories under a few
-## parent directories by allowing you to simply specifiy just those
-## parent directories. ViewVC will then notice each repository in that
-## directory as a new root whose name is the subdirectory of the parent
-## path in which that repository lives.
-##
-## You can specify multiple parent paths separated by commas or new lines.
-##
-## WARNING: these names can, of course, clash with names you have
-## defined in your cvs_roots or svn_roots configuration items. If this
-## occurs, you can either rename the offending repository on disk, or
-## grant new names to the clashing item in cvs_roots or svn_roots.
-## Each parent path is processed sequentially, so repositories under
-## later parent paths may override earlier ones.
-##
-## Example:
-## root_parents = /opt/svn : svn,
-## /opt/cvs : cvs
-##
-#root_parents =
-
-## default_root: This is the name of the default root. Valid names
-## include those explicitly listed in the cvs_roots and svn_roots
-## configuration options, as well as those implicitly indicated by
-## virtue of being the basenames of repositories found in the
-## root_parents option locations.
-##
-## Note: This setting is ignored when root_as_url_component is enabled.
-##
-## Example:
-## default_root = cvsroot
-##
-default_root = pkgs
-
-## mime_types_files: This is a list of pathnames to a set of MIME type
-## mapping files to help ViewVC guess the correct MIME type of a
-## versioned file. The pathnames listed here are specified in order of
-## authoritativeness either as absolute paths or relative to this
-## configuration file.
-##
-## As a convenience, ViewVC provides a MIME type mapping file
-## (mimetypes.conf) which is, by default, the preferred provider of
-## MIME type mapping answers, but which is also empty. If you find
-## that ViewVC is unable to accurately guess MIME types based on the
-## extensions of some of your versioned files, you can add records of
-## your preferred mappings to the provided mimetypes.conf file (or to
-## your system's mapping files, if you wish).
-##
-## You might, for example, wish to have ViewVC also consult the mapping
-## files provided by your operating system and Apache.
-##
-## Example:
-## mime_types_files = mimetypes.conf,
-## /etc/mime.types,
-## /usr/local/apache2/conf/mime.types
-##
-#mime_types_files = mimetypes.conf
-
-## address: The address of the local repository maintainer. (This
-## option is provided only as a convenience for ViewVC installations
-## which are using the default template set, where the value of this
-## option will be displayed in the footer of every ViewVC page.)
-##
-## Example:
-## address = admin@server.com
-##
-address = admin@fedoraproject.org
-
-## kv_files: Provides a mechanism for custom key/value pairs to be
-## available to templates. These are stored in key/value (KV) files.
-##
-## The paths of the KV files are listed here, specified either as
-## absolute paths or relative to this configuration file. The files
-## use the same format as this configuration file, containing one or
-## more user-defined sections, and user-defined options in those
-## sections. ViewVC makes these options available to template authors
-## as:
-##
-## kv.SECTION.OPTION
-##
-## Note that an option name can be dotted. For example:
-##
-## [my_images]
-## logos.small = /images/small-logo.png
-## logos.big = /images/big-logo.png
-##
-## Templates can use these with a directive like: [kv.my_images.logos.small]
-##
-## Note that section names which are common to multiple KV files will
-## be merged. If two files have a [my_images] section, then the
-## options in those two like-named sections will be merged together.
-## If two files have the same option name in a section, then one will
-## overwrite the other (and which one "wins" is unspecified).
-##
-## To further categorize the KV files, and how the values are provided to
-## the templates, a KV file name may be annotated with an additional level
-## of dotted naming. For example:
-##
-## kv_files = [asf]kv/images.conf
-##
-## Assuming the same section as above, the template would refer to an image
-## using [kv.asf.my_images.logos.small]
-##
-## Lastly, it is possible to use %lang% in the filenames to specify a
-## substitution of the selected language-tag.
-##
-## Example:
-## kv_files = kv/file1.conf, kv/file2.conf, [i18n]kv/%lang%_data.conf
-##
-kv_files =
-
-## This option is a comma-separated list of language-tag values
-## available to ViewVC. The first language-tag listed is the default
-## language, and will be used if an Accept-Language header is not
-## present in the request, or none of the user's requested languages
-## are available. If there are ties on the selection of a language,
-## then the first to appear in the list is chosen.
-##
-## Example:
-## languages = en-us, en-gb, de
-##
-languages = en-us
-
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[utilities]
-
-## ViewVC uses (sometimes optionally) various third-party programs to do some
-## of the heavy lifting. Generally, it will attempt to execute those utility
-## programs in such a way that if they are found in ViewVC's executable
-## search path ($PATH, %PATH%, etc.) all is well. But sometimes these tools
-## aren't installed in the executable search path, so here's where you can
-## tell ViewVC where to find them.
-##
-## NOTE: Options with a "_dir" suffix are for configuring the directories
-## in which certain programs live; otherwise, the option value should
-## point to the actual program.
-
-
-## rcs_dir: Directory in which the RCS utilities are installed, used
-## for viewing CVS repositories.
-##
-## Example:
-## rcs_dir = /usr/bin/
-##
-#rcs_dir =
-
-## cvsnt: Location of cvsnt program. ViewVC can use CVSNT (www.cvsnt.org)
-## instead of the RCS utilities to retrieve information from CVS
-## repositories. To enable use of CVSNT, set the "cvsnt" value to the
-## path of the CVSNT executable. (If CVSNT is on the standard path, you
-## can also set it to the name of the CVSNT executable). By default
-## "cvsnt" is set to "cvs" on Windows and is not set on other platforms.
-##
-## Examples:
-## cvsnt = K:Program Filescvsntcvs.exe
-## cvsnt = /usr/bin/cvs
-## cvsnt = cvs
-##
-#cvsnt =
-
-## svn: Location of the Subversion command-line client, used for
-## viewing Subversion repositories.
-##
-## Example:
-## svn = /usr/bin/svn
-##
-#svn =
-
-## diff: Location of the GNU diff program, used for showing file
-## version differences.
-##
-## Example:
-## diff = /usr/bin/diff
-##
-#diff =
-
-## cvsgraph: Location of the CvsGraph program, a graphical CVS version
-## graph generator (see options.use_cvsgraph).
-##
-## Example:
-## cvsgraph = /usr/local/bin/cvsgraph
-##
-#cvsgraph =
-
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[options]
-
-## root_as_url_component: Interpret the first path component in the URL
-## after the script location as the root to use. This is an
-## alternative to using the "root=" query key. If ViewVC is configured
-## with multiple repositories, this results in more natural looking
-## ViewVC URLs.
-## Note: Enabling this option will break backwards compatibility with
-## any old ViewCVS URL which doesn't have an explicit "root" parameter.
-##
-root_as_url_component = 0
-
-## checkout_magic: Use checkout links with magic /*checkout*/ prefixes so
-## checked out HTML pages can have working links to other repository files
-## Note: This option is DEPRECATED and should not be used in new ViewVC
-## installations. Setting "default_file_view = co" achieves the same effect
-##
-#checkout_magic = 0
-
-## allowed_views: List the ViewVC views which are enabled. Views not
-## in this comma-delited list will not be served (or, will return an
-## error on attempted access).
-## Possible values: "annotate", "co", "diff", "markup", "roots", "tar"
-##
-allowed_views = annotate, diff, markup, roots, co
-
-## authorizer: The name of the ViewVC authorizer plugin to use when
-## authorizing access to repository contents. This value must be the
-## name of a Python module addressable as vcauth.MODULENAME (most
-## easily accomplished by placing it in ViewVC's lib/vcauth/ directory)
-## and which implements a ViewVCAuthorizer class (as a subclass of
-## vcauth.GenericViewVCAuthorizer). You can provide custom parameters
-## to the authorizer module by defining configuration sections named
-## authz-MODULENAME and adding the parameter keys and values there.
-##
-## ViewVC provides the following modules:
-## svnauthz - based on Subversion authz files
-## forbidden - simple path glob matches against top-level root directories
-## forbiddenre - root and path matches against regular expressions
-##
-## NOTE: Only one authorizer may be in use for a given ViewVC request.
-## It doesn't matter if you configure the parameters of multiple
-## authorizer plugins -- only the authorizer whose name is configured
-## here (or effectively configured here via per-vhost or per-root
-## configuration) will be activated.
-##
-#authorizer =
-
-## hide_cvsroot: Don't show the CVSROOT directory
-## 1 Hide CVSROOT directory
-## 0 Show CVSROOT directory
-## NOTE: Someday this option may be removed in favor of letting
-## individual authorizer plugin hide the CVSROOT.
-##
-#hide_cvsroot = 1
-
-## mangle_email_addresses: Mangle email addresses in marked-up output.
-## There are various levels of mangling available:
-## 0 - No mangling; markup un-mangled email addresses as hyperlinks
-## 1 - Obfuscation (using entity encoding); no hyperlinking
-## 2 - Data-dropping address truncation; no hyperlinking
-## Note: this will not effect the display of versioned file contents, only
-## addresses that appear in version control metadata (e.g. log messages).
-##
-#mangle_email_addresses = 0
-
-## default_file_view: "log", "co", or "markup"
-## Controls whether the default view for file URLs is a checkout view or
-## a log view. "log" is the default for backwards compatibility with old
-## ViewCVS URLs, but "co" has the advantage that it allows ViewVC to serve
-## static HTML pages directly from a repository with working links
-## to other repository files
-## Note: Changing this option may break compatibility with existing
-## bookmarked URLs.
-## Also note: If you choose one of the "co" or "markup" views, be sure
-## to enable it (via the allowed_views option)
-##
-default_file_view = log
-
-## http_expiration_time: Expiration time (in seconds) for cacheable
-## pages served by ViewVC. Note that in most cases, a cache aware
-## client will only revalidate the page after it expires (using the
-## If-Modified-Since and/or If-None-Match headers) and that browsers
-## will also revalidate the page when the reload button is pressed.
-## Set to 0 to disable the transmission of these caching headers.
-##
-http_expiration_time = 600
-
-## generate_etags: Generate Etag headers for relevant pages to assist
-## in browser caching.
-## 1 Generate Etags
-## 0 Don't generate Etags
-##
-generate_etags = 1
-
-## svn_ignore_mimetype: Don't consult the svn:mime-type property to
-## determine how to display a file in the markup view. This is
-## especially helpful when versioned images carry the default
-## Subversion-calculated MIME type of "application/octet-stream" (which
-## isn't recognized as viewable type by browsers).
-##
-#svn_ignore_mimetype = 0
-
-## svn_config_dir: Path of the Subversion runtime configuration
-## directory ViewVC should consult for various things, including cached
-## remote authentication credentials. If unset, Subversion will use
-## the default location(s) ($HOME/.subversion, etc.)
-##
-#svn_config_dir =
-
-## use_rcsparse: Use the rcsparse Python module to retrieve CVS
-## repository information instead of invoking rcs utilities [EXPERIMENTAL]
-##
-use_rcsparse = 0
-
-## sort_by: File sort order
-## file Sort by filename
-## rev Sort by revision number
-## date Sort by commit date
-## author Sort by author
-## log Sort by log message
-##
-sort_by = file
-
-## sort_group_dirs: Group directories when sorting
-## 1 Group directories together
-## 0 No grouping -- sort directories as any other item would be sorted
-##
-sort_group_dirs = 1
-
-## hide_attic: Hide or show the contents of the Attic subdirectory
-## 1 Hide dead files inside Attic subdir
-## 0 Show the files which are inside the Attic subdir
-##
-hide_attic = 1
-
-## hide_errorful_entries: Hide or show errorful directory entries
-## (perhaps due to not being readable, or some other rlog parsing
-## error, etc.)
-## 1 Hide errorful entries from the directory display
-## 0 Show errorful entries (with their errors) in the directory display
-##
-#hide_errorful_entries = 0
-
-## log_sort: Sort order for log messages
-## date Sort revisions by date
-## rev Sort revision by revision number
-## none Use the version control system's ordering
-##
-log_sort = date
-
-## diff_format: Default diff format
-## h Human readable
-## u Unified diff
-## c Context diff
-## s Side by side
-## l Long human readable (more context)
-## f Full human readable (entire file)
-##
-diff_format = h
-
-## hr_breakable: Diff view line breaks
-## 1 lines break at spaces
-## 0 no line breaking
-## Or, use a positive integer > 1 to cut lines after that many characters
-##
-hr_breakable = 1
-
-## hr_funout: Give out function names in human readable diffs.
-## (Only works well for C source files, otherwise diff's heuristic falls short.)
-## ('-p' option to diff)
-##
-hr_funout = 0
-
-## hr_ignore_white: Ignore whitespace (indendation and stuff) for human
-## readable diffs.
-## ('-w' option to diff)
-##
-hr_ignore_white = 1
-
-## hr_ignore_keyword_subst: Ignore diffs which are caused by keyword
-## substitution (such as "$Id - Stuff").
-## ('-kk' option to rcsdiff)
-##
-hr_ignore_keyword_subst = 1
-
-## hr_intraline: Enable highlighting of intraline changes in human
-## readable diffs. [Requires Python 2.4]
-##
-hr_intraline = 1
-
-## allow_compress: Allow compression via gzip of output if the Browser
-## accepts it (HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING contains "gzip").
-##
-## Note: this relies on Python's gzip module, which has proven to be
-## not-so-performant. Enabling this feature should reduce the overall
-## transfer size of ViewVC's responses to the client's request, but
-## will do so with a speed penalty.
-##
-#allow_compress = 1
-
-## template_dir: The directory which contains the EZT templates used by
-## ViewVC to customize the display of the various output views. ViewVC
-## looks in this directory for files with names that match the name of
-## the view ("log", "directory", etc.) plus the ".ezt" extension. If
-## specified as a relative path, it is relative to the directory where
-## this config file resides; absolute paths may be used as well. If
-## %lang% occurs in the pathname, then the selected language will be
-## substituted.
-## See Also: the [templates] configuration section, where you can
-## override templates on a per-view basis.
-##
-template_dir = /usr/share/viewvc/templates
-
-## docroot: Web path to a directory that contains ViewVC static files
-## (stylesheets, images, etc.) If set, static files will get
-## downloaded directory from this location. If unset, static files
-## will be served by the ViewVC script (at a likely performance
-## penalty, and from the "docroot" subdirectory of the directory
-## specified by the "template_dir" option).
-##
-docroot = /viewvc-static
-
-## show_subdir_lastmod: Show last changelog message for CVS subdirectories
-## NOTE: The current implementation makes many assumptions and may show
-## the incorrect file at some times. The main assumption is that the
-## last modified file has the newest filedate. But some CVS operations
-## touches the file without even when a new version is not checked in,
-## and TAG based browsing essentially puts this out of order, unless
-## the last checkin was on the same tag as you are viewing. Enable
-## this if you like the feature, but don't rely on correct results.
-##
-## ** WARNING: Enabling this will currently leak unauthorized path names **
-##
-show_subdir_lastmod = 0
-
-## show_logs: Show the most recent log entry in directory listings.
-##
-show_logs = 1
-
-## show_log_in_markup: Show log when viewing file contents.
-##
-show_log_in_markup = 1
-
-## cross_copies: Cross filesystem copies when traversing Subversion
-## file revision histories.
-##
-cross_copies = 1
-
-## use_localtime: Display dates as UTC or in local time zone.
-##
-use_localtime = 0
-
-## short_log_len: The length (in characters) to which the most recent
-## log entry should be truncated when shown in the directory view.
-##
-short_log_len = 80
-
-## enable_syntax_coloration: Should we colorize known file content
-## syntaxes? [Requires Pygments Python module]
-##
-#enable_syntax_coloration = 1
-
-## detect_encoding: Should we attempt to detect versioned file
-## character encodings? [Requires 'chardet' module, and is currently
-## used only by the syntax coloration logic -- if enabled -- for the
-## 'markup' and 'annotate' views; see 'enable_syntax_coloration'.]
-##
-#detect_encoding = 0
-
-## use_cvsgraph: Use CvsGraph to offer visual graphs of CVS revision history.
-##
-use_cvsgraph = 0
-
-## cvsgraph_conf: Location of the customized cvsgraph configuration file.
-## May be specified as an absolute path or as a path relative to this
-## configuration file.
-##
-cvsgraph_conf = /etc/viewvc/cvsgraph.conf
-
-## use_re_search: Enable regular expression search of files in a directory.
-##
-## WARNING: Enabling this option can consume HUGE amounts of server
-## time. A "checkout" must be performed on *each* file in a directory,
-## and the result needs to be searched for a match against the regular
-## expression.
-##
-## SECURITY WARNING: Since a user can enter the regular expression, it
-## is possible for them to enter an expression with many alternatives
-## and a lot of backtracking. Executing that search over thousands of
-## lines over dozens of files can easily tie up a server for a long
-## period of time. This option should only be used on sites with
-## trusted users. It is highly inadvisable to use this on a public site.
-##
-use_re_search = 0
-
-## dir_pagesize: Maximum number of directory entries on a given page.
-## This allows ViewVC to present discrete pages to the users instead of
-## the entire directory. Set to 0 to disable pagination.
-##
-#dir_pagesize = 0
-
-## log_pagesize: Maximum number of revision log entries on a given page.
-## This allows ViewVC to present discrete pages to the users instead of
-## the entire revision log. Set to 0 to disable pagination.
-##
-#log_pagesize = 0
-
-## limit_changes: Maximum number of changed paths shown per commit in
-## the Subversion revision view and in query results. This is not a
-## hard limit (the UI provides options to show all changed paths), but
-## it prevents ViewVC from generating enormous and hard to read pages
-## by default when they happen to contain import or merge commits
-## affecting hundreds or thousands of files. Set to 0 to disable the
-## limit.
-##
-limit_changes = 100
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[templates]
-
-## You can override the templates used by various ViewVC views in this
-## section. By default, ViewVC will look for templates in the
-## directory specified by the "template_dir" configuration option (see
-## the documentation for that option for details). But if you want to
-## use a different template for a particular view, simply uncomment the
-## appropriate option below and specify the currect location of the EZT
-## template file you wish to use for that view.
-##
-## Templates are specified relative to the configured template
-## directory (see the "template_dir" option), but absolute paths may
-## also be used as well.
-##
-## If %lang% occurs in the pathname, then the selected language will be
-## substituted.
-##
-## Note: the selected language is defined by the "languages" item in the
-## [general] section, and based on the request's Accept-Language
-## header.
-##
-
-## diff: Template used for the file differences view.
-##
-#diff =
-
-## directory: Template used for the directory listing view.
-##
-#directory =
-
-## error: Template used for the ViewVC error display view.
-##
-#error =
-
-## file: Template used for the file contents/annotation view.
-##
-#file =
-
-## graph: Template used for the revision graph view.
-##
-#graph =
-
-## log: Template used for the revision log view.
-##
-#log =
-
-## query: Template used for the non-integrated query interface.
-##
-#query =
-
-## query_form: Template used for the query form view.
-##
-#query_form =
-
-## query_results: Template used for the query results view.
-##
-#query_results =
-
-## revision: Template used for the revision/changeset view.
-##
-#revision =
-
-## roots: Template used for the root listing view.
-##
-#roots =
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[cvsdb]
-
-## enabled: Enable database integration feature.
-##
-#enabled = 0
-
-## host: Database hostname. Leave unset to use a local Unix socket
-## connection.
-##
-#host =
-
-## post: Database listening port.
-##
-#port = 3306
-
-## database_name: ViewVC database name.
-##database_name = ViewVC
-
-## user: Username of user with read/write privileges to the database
-## specified by the 'database_name' configuration option.
-##
-#user =
-
-## passwd: Password of user with read/write privileges to the database
-## specified by the 'database_name' configuration option.
-##
-#passwd =
-
-## readonly_user: Username of user with read privileges to the database
-## specified by the 'database_name' configuration option.
-##
-#readonly_user =
-
-## readonly_passwd: Password of user with read privileges to the database
-## specified by the 'database_name' configuration option.
-##
-#readonly_passwd =
-
-## row_limit: Maximum number of rows returned by a given normal query
-## to the database.
-##
-#row_limit = 1000
-
-## rss_row_limit: Maximum number of rows returned by a given query to
-## the database made as part of an RSS feed request. (Keeping in mind
-## that RSS readers tend to poll regularly for new data, you might want
-## to keep this set to a conservative number.)
-##
-#rss_row_limit = 100
-
-## check_database_for_root: Check if the repository is found in the
-## database before showing the query link and RSS feeds.
-##
-## WARNING: Enabling this check adds the cost of a database connection
-## and query to most ViewVC requests. If all your roots are represented
-## in the commits database, or if you don't care about the creation of
-## RSS and query links that might lead ultimately to error pages for
-## certain of your roots, or if you simply don't want to add this extra
-## cost to your ViewVC requests, leave this disabled.
-##
-#check_database_for_root = 0
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[vhosts]
-
-## Virtual hosts are individual logical servers accessible via
-## different hostnames, but which are all really the same physical
-## computer. For example, you might have your web server configured to
-## accept incoming traffic for both http://www.yourdomain.com/ and
-## http://viewvc.yourdomain.com/. Users pointing their web browsers at
-## each of those two URLs might see entirely different content via one
-## URL versus the other, but all that content actually lives on the
-## same computer, is served up via the same web server, and so
-## on. It just *looks* like its coming from multiple servers.
-##
-## ViewVC allows you to customize its configuration options for
-## individual virtual hosts. You might, for example, wish to expose
-## all of your Subversion repositories at http://svn.yourdomain.com/viewvc/
-## and all your CVS ones at http://cvs.yourdomain.com/viewvc/, with no
-## cross-exposure. Using ViewVC's virtual host (vhost) configuration
-## support, you can do this. Simply create two vhost configurations
-## (one for each of your hostnames), then configure the cvs_roots
-## option only for the vhost associated with cvs.yourdomain.com, and
-## configure the svn_roots option only for the vhost associated with
-## svn.yourdomain.com.
-##
-## This section is a freeform configuration section, where you create
-## both the option names and their values. The names of the options
-## are then treated as canonical names of virtual hosts, and their
-## values are defined to be comma-delimited lists of hostname globs
-## against which incoming ViewVC requests will be matched to figure out
-## which vhost they apply to.
-##
-## After you've named and defined your vhosts, you may then create new
-## configuration sections whose names are of the form
-## vhost-VHOSTNAME/CONFIGSECTION. VHOSTNAME here is the canonical name
-## of one of the virtual hosts you defined under the [vhosts] section.
-## Inside those configuration sections, you override the standard
-## ViewVC options typically found in the base configuration section
-## named CONFIGSECTION ("general", "option", etc.)
-##
-## Here is an example:
-##
-## [vhosts]
-## libs = libs.yourdomain.*, *.yourlibs.*
-## gui = guiproject.yourdomain.*
-##
-## [vhost-libs/general]
-## cvs_roots =
-## svn_roots = svnroot: /var/svn/libs-repos
-## default_root = svnroot
-##
-## [vhost-libs/options]
-## show_logs = 1
-##
-## [vhost-gui/general]
-## cvs_roots = cvsroot: /var/cvs/guiproject
-## svn_roots =
-## default_root = cvsroot
-##
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-## ViewVC recognizes per-root configuration overrides, too. To
-## override the value of a configuration parameter only for a single
-## root, create a configuration section whose names is of the form
-## root-ROOTNAME/CONFIGSECTION. ROOTNAME here is the name of the root
-## as defined explicitly in cvs_roots or svn_roots or implicitly as the
-## basename of a root path in root_parents. Options found in this new
-## configuration section override for this one root the corresponding
-## options found in the base configuration section CONFIGSECTION
-## ("options", "authz-*", etc.)
-##
-## Here is an example showing how to enable Subversion authz-based
-## authorization for only the single root named "svnroot":
-##
-## [root-svnroot/options]
-## authorizer = svnauthz
-##
-## [root-svnroot/authz-svnauthz]
-## authzfile = /path/to/authzfile
-##
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[authz-forbidden]
-
-## The "forbidden" authorizer forbids access to repository modules,
-## defined to be top-level subdirectories in a repository. You can use
-## a simple list of modules, or something more complex:
-##
-## *) The "!" can be used before a module to explicitly state that it
-## is NOT forbidden. Whenever this form is seen, then all modules will
-## be forbidden unless one of the "!" modules match.
-##
-## *) Shell-style "glob" expressions may be used. "*" will match any
-## sequence of zero or more characters, "?" will match any single
-## character, "[seq]" will match any character in seq, and "[!seq]"
-## will match any character not in seq.
-##
-## *) Tests are performed in sequence. The first match will terminate the
-## testing. This allows for more complex allow/deny patterns.
-##
-## Tests are case-sensitive.
-##
-## NOTE: Again, this is for the hiding of modules within repositories, *not*
-## for the hiding of repositories (roots) themselves.
-##
-## Some examples:
-##
-## Disallow "example" but allow all others:
-## forbidden = example
-##
-## Disallow "example1" and "example2" but allow all others:
-## forbidden = example1, example2
-##
-## Allow *only* "example1" and "example2":
-## forbidden = !example1, !example2
-##
-## Forbid modules starting with "x":
-## forbidden = x*
-##
-## Allow modules starting with "x" but no others:
-## forbidden = !x*
-##
-## Allow "xml", forbid other modules starting with "x", and allow the rest:
-## forbidden = !xml, x*, !*
-##
-forbidden =
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[authz-forbiddenre]
-
-## The "forbiddenre" authorizer forbids access to repositories and
-## repository paths by comparing a list of regular expressions
-## (separated by commas) against paths consisting of the repository (or
-## root) name plus the path of the versioned file or directory to be
-## tested. For example, to see if the user is authorized to see the
-## path "/trunk/www/index.html" in the repository whose root name is
-## "svnrepos", this authorizer will check the path
-## "svnrepos/trunk/www/index.html" against the list of forbidden
-## regular expressions. Directory paths will be terminated by a forward
-## slash.
-##
-## Like the "forbidden" authorizer...
-##
-## *) The "!" can be used before a module to explicitly state that it
-## is NOT forbidden. Whenever this form is seen, then all modules will
-## be forbidden unless one of the "!" modules match.
-##
-## *) Tests are performed in sequence. The first match will terminate the
-## testing. This allows for more complex allow/deny patterns.
-##
-## Unlike the "forbidden" authorizer, you can can use this to hide roots, too.
-##
-## Some examples:
-##
-## Disallow files named "PRIVATE", but allow all others:
-## forbiddenre = /PRIVATE$
-##
-## Disallow the "hidden" repository, allowing all others:
-## forbiddenre = ^hidden(/|$)
-##
-## Allow only the "example1" and "example2" roots and the paths inside them,
-## disallowing all others (which can be done in multiple ways):
-## forbiddenre = !^example1(/|$), !^example2(/|$)/
-## forbiddenre = !^example[12](/|$)
-##
-## Only allow visibility of HTML files and the directories that hold them:
-## forbiddenre = !^([^/]+|.*(/|.html))$
-##
-forbiddenre =
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-[authz-svnauthz]
-
-## The "svnauthz" authorizer uses a Subversion authz configuration file
-## to determine access to repository paths.
-
-## authzfile: Specifies the location of the authorization rules file
-## (using an absolute path).
-##
-#authzfile =
-
-## force_username_case: Like the AuthzForceUsernameCase httpd.conf
-## directive, set this to "upper" or "lower" to force the normalization
-## to upper- or lower-case, respectively, of incoming usernames prior
-## to comparison against the authorization rules files. Leave the
-## option unset to preserve the username case.
-##
-#force_username_case =
-
-##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
diff --git a/modules/viewvc/manifests/init.pp b/modules/viewvc/manifests/init.pp
deleted file mode 100644
index 08617ea..0000000
--- a/modules/viewvc/manifests/init.pp
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,19 +0,0 @@
-
-class viewvc::web {
- package { viewvc:
- ensure => present
- }
-
- file { '/etc/httpd/conf.d/viewvc.conf':
- source => 'puppet:///viewvc/httpd/viewvc.conf',
- mode => 0644,
- notify => Service['httpd'],
- require => Package['viewvc']
- }
-
- file { '/etc/viewvc/viewvc.conf':
- source => 'puppet:///viewvc/viewvc/viewvc.conf',
- mode => 0644,
- require => Package['viewvc']
- }
-}
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Mike McGrath 08-12-2010 06:47 PM

Nuke viewvc
 
Toshio pointed out to me today that people still use it (translations and
docs) :(


-Mike


On Thu, 12 Aug 2010, Bill Nottingham wrote:

> Rather than neuter what it shows, remove it entirely. This makes a
> clean break.
>
> This does break one cron job in puppet - see manifests/services/bugzilla.pp.
>
> commit 44926d2a99572c297af7340f26b4eb95505604d2
> Author: Bill Nottingham <notting@puppet01.phx2.fedoraproject.org>
> Date: Thu Aug 12 17:53:47 2010 +0000
>
> Remove viewvc.
>
> diff --git a/configs/system/nagios-external/services/websites.cfg b/configs/system/nagios-external/services/websites.cfg
> index 73c61e7..4380d60 100644
> --- a/configs/system/nagios-external/services/websites.cfg
> +++ b/configs/system/nagios-external/services/websites.cfg
> @@ -113,10 +113,3 @@ define service {
> check_command check_website_ssl!admin.fedoraproject.org!/accounts/help/get_help/user_telephone!emergency
> use websitetemplate
> }
> -
> -define service {
> - host_name cvs
> - service_description cvs
> - check_command check_website!cvs.fedoraproject.org!/viewvc/!Index of
> - use websitetemplate
> -}
> diff --git a/configs/web/cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf b/configs/web/cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf
> deleted file mode 100644
> index 93d33d4..0000000
> --- a/configs/web/cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf
> +++ /dev/null
> @@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
> -RewriteEngine on
> -RewriteRule /viewcvs(.*) /viewvc/$1 [R]
> -Alias /viewvc /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python/viewvc.py
> -Alias /viewvc-static /usr/share/viewvc/templates/docroot
> -
> -<Directory /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python>
> - AddHandler python-program .py
> - PythonHandler handler
> - PythonPath "sys.path+['/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python']"
> -</Directory>
> -
> diff --git a/configs/web/pkgs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf b/configs/web/pkgs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf
> deleted file mode 100644
> index 1b9c449..0000000
> --- a/configs/web/pkgs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc.conf
> +++ /dev/null
> @@ -1,12 +0,0 @@
> -# This file needs to be re-written for a git web viewer
> -#RewriteEngine on
> -#RewriteRule /viewcvs(.*) /viewvc/$1 [R]
> -#Alias /viewvc /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python/viewvc.py
> -#Alias /viewvc-static /usr/share/viewvc/templates/docroot
> -
> -#<Directory /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python>
> -# AddHandler python-program .py
> -# PythonHandler handler
> -# PythonPath "sys.path+['/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python']"
> -#</Directory>
> -
> diff --git a/manifests/servergroups/cvs.pp b/manifests/servergroups/cvs.pp
> index dabc57d..99ea9a8 100644
> --- a/manifests/servergroups/cvs.pp
> +++ b/manifests/servergroups/cvs.pp
> @@ -10,7 +10,6 @@ class cvs {
> include cvs-pkgs
> include rsync::server
> include drbackupPubKey
> - include viewvc::web
> include cvs-pserver
> include selinux-enforcing
>
> diff --git a/modules/viewvc/README b/modules/viewvc/README
> deleted file mode 100644
> index 2107543..0000000
> --- a/modules/viewvc/README
> +++ /dev/null
> @@ -1,15 +0,0 @@
> -=====================
> -ViewVC
> -=====================
> -
> ------------
> -Usage
> ------------
> -
> -Provides basic web interface to viewcvs
> -
> ------------
> -Prereqisites
> ------------
> -
> -This module requires the httpd module
> diff --git a/modules/viewvc/files/httpd/viewvc.conf b/modules/viewvc/files/httpd/viewvc.conf
> deleted file mode 100644
> index 73bbcaf..0000000
> --- a/modules/viewvc/files/httpd/viewvc.conf
> +++ /dev/null
> @@ -1,16 +0,0 @@
> -RewriteEngine on
> -RewriteRule /viewcvs(.*) /viewvc/$1 [R]
> -
> -RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} '^msnbot.*|.*Googlebot.*|^.*Twiceler.*'
> -RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} r2.*
> -RewriteRule .* - [F]
> -
> -Alias /viewvc /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python/viewvc.py
> -Alias /viewvc-static /usr/share/viewvc/templates/docroot
> -
> -<Directory /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python>
> - AddHandler python-program .py
> - PythonHandler handler
> - PythonPath "sys.path+['/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/viewvc/bin/mod_python']"
> -</Directory>
> -
> diff --git a/modules/viewvc/files/viewvc/viewvc.conf b/modules/viewvc/files/viewvc/viewvc.conf
> deleted file mode 100644
> index e3cc59b..0000000
> --- a/modules/viewvc/files/viewvc/viewvc.conf
> +++ /dev/null
> @@ -1,935 +0,0 @@
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -##
> -## Configuration file for ViewVC
> -##
> -## Information on ViewVC is located at the following web site:
> -## http://viewvc.org/
> -##
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -
> -## THE FORMAT OF THIS CONFIGURATION FILE
> -##
> -## This file is delineated by sections, specified in [brackets]. Within
> -## each section, are a number of configuration settings. These settings
> -## take the form of: name = value. Values may be continued on the
> -## following line by indenting the continued line.
> -##
> -## WARNING: Indentation *always* means continuation. Name=value lines
> -## should always start in column zero.
> -##
> -## Comments should always start in column zero, and are identified
> -## with "#". By default each of the configuration items is
> -## commented out, with the default value of the option shown.
> -## You'll need to remove the '#' that precedes configuration
> -## options whose values you wish to modify.
> -##
> -## Certain configuration settings may have multiple values. These should
> -## be separated by a comma. The settings where this is allowed are noted
> -## below. Any other setting that requires special syntax is noted at that
> -## setting.
> -##
> -##
> -## SOME TERMINOLOGY USED HEREIN
> -##
> -## "root" - This is a CVS or Subversion repository. For Subversion, the
> -## meaning is pretty clear, as the virtual, versioned directory tree
> -## stored inside a Subversion repository looks nothing like the actual
> -## tree visible with shell utilities that holds the repository. For
> -## CVS, this is more confusing, because CVS's repository layout mimics
> -## (actually, defines) the layout of the stuff housed in the repository.
> -## But a CVS repository can be identified by the presence of a CVSROOT
> -## subdirectory in its root directory.
> -##
> -## "module" - A module is a top-level subdirectory of a root, usually
> -## associated with the concept of a single "project" among many housed
> -## within a single repository.
> -##
> -##
> -## BASIC VIEWVC CONFIGURATION HINTS
> -##
> -## While ViewVC has quite a few configuration options, you generally
> -## only need to change a small subset of them to get your ViewVC
> -## installation working properly. Here are some options that we
> -## recommend you pay attention to. Of course, don't try to change the
> -## options here -- do so in the relevant section of the configuration
> -## file below.
> -##
> -## For correct operation, you will probably need to change the following
> -## configuration variables:
> -##
> -## cvs_roots (for CVS)
> -## svn_roots (for Subversion)
> -## root_parents (for CVS or Subversion)
> -## default_root
> -## root_as_url_component
> -## rcs_dir
> -## mime_types_files
> -## the many options in the [utilities] section
> -##
> -## It is usually desirable to change the following variables:
> -##
> -## address
> -## forbidden
> -##
> -## To optimize delivery of ViewVC static files:
> -##
> -## docroot
> -##
> -## To customize the display of ViewVC for your site:
> -##
> -## template_dir
> -## the [templates] override section
> -##
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[general]
> -
> -## cvs_roots: Specifies each of the CVS roots on your system and
> -## assigns names to them. Each root should be given by a "name: path"
> -## value. Multiple roots should be separated by commas and can be
> -## placed on separate lines.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## cvs_roots = cvsroot: /opt/cvs/repos1,
> -## anotherroot: /usr/local/cvs/repos2
> -##
> -cvs_roots = pkgs: /cvs/pkgs, core: /cvs/dist, extras: /cvs/extras, fedora: /cvs/fedora, docs: /cvs/docs, dirsec: /cvs/dirsec, legacy: /cvs/legacy, l10n: /cvs/l10n, elvis: /cvs/elvis
> -
> -## svn_roots: Specifies each of the Subversion roots (repositories) on
> -## your system and assigns names to them. Each root should be given by
> -## a "name: path" value. Multiple roots should be separated by commas
> -## and can be placed on separate lines.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## svn_roots = svnrepos: /opt/svn/,
> -## anotherrepos: /usr/local/svn/repos2
> -##
> -#svn_roots =
> -
> -## root_parents: Specifies a list of directories in which any number of
> -## repositories may reside. Rather than force you to add a new entry
> -## to 'cvs_roots' or 'svn_roots' each time you create a new repository,
> -## ViewVC rewards you for organising all your repositories under a few
> -## parent directories by allowing you to simply specifiy just those
> -## parent directories. ViewVC will then notice each repository in that
> -## directory as a new root whose name is the subdirectory of the parent
> -## path in which that repository lives.
> -##
> -## You can specify multiple parent paths separated by commas or new lines.
> -##
> -## WARNING: these names can, of course, clash with names you have
> -## defined in your cvs_roots or svn_roots configuration items. If this
> -## occurs, you can either rename the offending repository on disk, or
> -## grant new names to the clashing item in cvs_roots or svn_roots.
> -## Each parent path is processed sequentially, so repositories under
> -## later parent paths may override earlier ones.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## root_parents = /opt/svn : svn,
> -## /opt/cvs : cvs
> -##
> -#root_parents =
> -
> -## default_root: This is the name of the default root. Valid names
> -## include those explicitly listed in the cvs_roots and svn_roots
> -## configuration options, as well as those implicitly indicated by
> -## virtue of being the basenames of repositories found in the
> -## root_parents option locations.
> -##
> -## Note: This setting is ignored when root_as_url_component is enabled.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## default_root = cvsroot
> -##
> -default_root = pkgs
> -
> -## mime_types_files: This is a list of pathnames to a set of MIME type
> -## mapping files to help ViewVC guess the correct MIME type of a
> -## versioned file. The pathnames listed here are specified in order of
> -## authoritativeness either as absolute paths or relative to this
> -## configuration file.
> -##
> -## As a convenience, ViewVC provides a MIME type mapping file
> -## (mimetypes.conf) which is, by default, the preferred provider of
> -## MIME type mapping answers, but which is also empty. If you find
> -## that ViewVC is unable to accurately guess MIME types based on the
> -## extensions of some of your versioned files, you can add records of
> -## your preferred mappings to the provided mimetypes.conf file (or to
> -## your system's mapping files, if you wish).
> -##
> -## You might, for example, wish to have ViewVC also consult the mapping
> -## files provided by your operating system and Apache.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## mime_types_files = mimetypes.conf,
> -## /etc/mime.types,
> -## /usr/local/apache2/conf/mime.types
> -##
> -#mime_types_files = mimetypes.conf
> -
> -## address: The address of the local repository maintainer. (This
> -## option is provided only as a convenience for ViewVC installations
> -## which are using the default template set, where the value of this
> -## option will be displayed in the footer of every ViewVC page.)
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## address = admin@server.com
> -##
> -address = admin@fedoraproject.org
> -
> -## kv_files: Provides a mechanism for custom key/value pairs to be
> -## available to templates. These are stored in key/value (KV) files.
> -##
> -## The paths of the KV files are listed here, specified either as
> -## absolute paths or relative to this configuration file. The files
> -## use the same format as this configuration file, containing one or
> -## more user-defined sections, and user-defined options in those
> -## sections. ViewVC makes these options available to template authors
> -## as:
> -##
> -## kv.SECTION.OPTION
> -##
> -## Note that an option name can be dotted. For example:
> -##
> -## [my_images]
> -## logos.small = /images/small-logo.png
> -## logos.big = /images/big-logo.png
> -##
> -## Templates can use these with a directive like: [kv.my_images.logos.small]
> -##
> -## Note that section names which are common to multiple KV files will
> -## be merged. If two files have a [my_images] section, then the
> -## options in those two like-named sections will be merged together.
> -## If two files have the same option name in a section, then one will
> -## overwrite the other (and which one "wins" is unspecified).
> -##
> -## To further categorize the KV files, and how the values are provided to
> -## the templates, a KV file name may be annotated with an additional level
> -## of dotted naming. For example:
> -##
> -## kv_files = [asf]kv/images.conf
> -##
> -## Assuming the same section as above, the template would refer to an image
> -## using [kv.asf.my_images.logos.small]
> -##
> -## Lastly, it is possible to use %lang% in the filenames to specify a
> -## substitution of the selected language-tag.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## kv_files = kv/file1.conf, kv/file2.conf, [i18n]kv/%lang%_data.conf
> -##
> -kv_files =
> -
> -## This option is a comma-separated list of language-tag values
> -## available to ViewVC. The first language-tag listed is the default
> -## language, and will be used if an Accept-Language header is not
> -## present in the request, or none of the user's requested languages
> -## are available. If there are ties on the selection of a language,
> -## then the first to appear in the list is chosen.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## languages = en-us, en-gb, de
> -##
> -languages = en-us
> -
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[utilities]
> -
> -## ViewVC uses (sometimes optionally) various third-party programs to do some
> -## of the heavy lifting. Generally, it will attempt to execute those utility
> -## programs in such a way that if they are found in ViewVC's executable
> -## search path ($PATH, %PATH%, etc.) all is well. But sometimes these tools
> -## aren't installed in the executable search path, so here's where you can
> -## tell ViewVC where to find them.
> -##
> -## NOTE: Options with a "_dir" suffix are for configuring the directories
> -## in which certain programs live; otherwise, the option value should
> -## point to the actual program.
> -
> -
> -## rcs_dir: Directory in which the RCS utilities are installed, used
> -## for viewing CVS repositories.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## rcs_dir = /usr/bin/
> -##
> -#rcs_dir =
> -
> -## cvsnt: Location of cvsnt program. ViewVC can use CVSNT (www.cvsnt.org)
> -## instead of the RCS utilities to retrieve information from CVS
> -## repositories. To enable use of CVSNT, set the "cvsnt" value to the
> -## path of the CVSNT executable. (If CVSNT is on the standard path, you
> -## can also set it to the name of the CVSNT executable). By default
> -## "cvsnt" is set to "cvs" on Windows and is not set on other platforms.
> -##
> -## Examples:
> -## cvsnt = K:Program Filescvsntcvs.exe
> -## cvsnt = /usr/bin/cvs
> -## cvsnt = cvs
> -##
> -#cvsnt =
> -
> -## svn: Location of the Subversion command-line client, used for
> -## viewing Subversion repositories.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## svn = /usr/bin/svn
> -##
> -#svn =
> -
> -## diff: Location of the GNU diff program, used for showing file
> -## version differences.
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## diff = /usr/bin/diff
> -##
> -#diff =
> -
> -## cvsgraph: Location of the CvsGraph program, a graphical CVS version
> -## graph generator (see options.use_cvsgraph).
> -##
> -## Example:
> -## cvsgraph = /usr/local/bin/cvsgraph
> -##
> -#cvsgraph =
> -
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[options]
> -
> -## root_as_url_component: Interpret the first path component in the URL
> -## after the script location as the root to use. This is an
> -## alternative to using the "root=" query key. If ViewVC is configured
> -## with multiple repositories, this results in more natural looking
> -## ViewVC URLs.
> -## Note: Enabling this option will break backwards compatibility with
> -## any old ViewCVS URL which doesn't have an explicit "root" parameter.
> -##
> -root_as_url_component = 0
> -
> -## checkout_magic: Use checkout links with magic /*checkout*/ prefixes so
> -## checked out HTML pages can have working links to other repository files
> -## Note: This option is DEPRECATED and should not be used in new ViewVC
> -## installations. Setting "default_file_view = co" achieves the same effect
> -##
> -#checkout_magic = 0
> -
> -## allowed_views: List the ViewVC views which are enabled. Views not
> -## in this comma-delited list will not be served (or, will return an
> -## error on attempted access).
> -## Possible values: "annotate", "co", "diff", "markup", "roots", "tar"
> -##
> -allowed_views = annotate, diff, markup, roots, co
> -
> -## authorizer: The name of the ViewVC authorizer plugin to use when
> -## authorizing access to repository contents. This value must be the
> -## name of a Python module addressable as vcauth.MODULENAME (most
> -## easily accomplished by placing it in ViewVC's lib/vcauth/ directory)
> -## and which implements a ViewVCAuthorizer class (as a subclass of
> -## vcauth.GenericViewVCAuthorizer). You can provide custom parameters
> -## to the authorizer module by defining configuration sections named
> -## authz-MODULENAME and adding the parameter keys and values there.
> -##
> -## ViewVC provides the following modules:
> -## svnauthz - based on Subversion authz files
> -## forbidden - simple path glob matches against top-level root directories
> -## forbiddenre - root and path matches against regular expressions
> -##
> -## NOTE: Only one authorizer may be in use for a given ViewVC request.
> -## It doesn't matter if you configure the parameters of multiple
> -## authorizer plugins -- only the authorizer whose name is configured
> -## here (or effectively configured here via per-vhost or per-root
> -## configuration) will be activated.
> -##
> -#authorizer =
> -
> -## hide_cvsroot: Don't show the CVSROOT directory
> -## 1 Hide CVSROOT directory
> -## 0 Show CVSROOT directory
> -## NOTE: Someday this option may be removed in favor of letting
> -## individual authorizer plugin hide the CVSROOT.
> -##
> -#hide_cvsroot = 1
> -
> -## mangle_email_addresses: Mangle email addresses in marked-up output.
> -## There are various levels of mangling available:
> -## 0 - No mangling; markup un-mangled email addresses as hyperlinks
> -## 1 - Obfuscation (using entity encoding); no hyperlinking
> -## 2 - Data-dropping address truncation; no hyperlinking
> -## Note: this will not effect the display of versioned file contents, only
> -## addresses that appear in version control metadata (e.g. log messages).
> -##
> -#mangle_email_addresses = 0
> -
> -## default_file_view: "log", "co", or "markup"
> -## Controls whether the default view for file URLs is a checkout view or
> -## a log view. "log" is the default for backwards compatibility with old
> -## ViewCVS URLs, but "co" has the advantage that it allows ViewVC to serve
> -## static HTML pages directly from a repository with working links
> -## to other repository files
> -## Note: Changing this option may break compatibility with existing
> -## bookmarked URLs.
> -## Also note: If you choose one of the "co" or "markup" views, be sure
> -## to enable it (via the allowed_views option)
> -##
> -default_file_view = log
> -
> -## http_expiration_time: Expiration time (in seconds) for cacheable
> -## pages served by ViewVC. Note that in most cases, a cache aware
> -## client will only revalidate the page after it expires (using the
> -## If-Modified-Since and/or If-None-Match headers) and that browsers
> -## will also revalidate the page when the reload button is pressed.
> -## Set to 0 to disable the transmission of these caching headers.
> -##
> -http_expiration_time = 600
> -
> -## generate_etags: Generate Etag headers for relevant pages to assist
> -## in browser caching.
> -## 1 Generate Etags
> -## 0 Don't generate Etags
> -##
> -generate_etags = 1
> -
> -## svn_ignore_mimetype: Don't consult the svn:mime-type property to
> -## determine how to display a file in the markup view. This is
> -## especially helpful when versioned images carry the default
> -## Subversion-calculated MIME type of "application/octet-stream" (which
> -## isn't recognized as viewable type by browsers).
> -##
> -#svn_ignore_mimetype = 0
> -
> -## svn_config_dir: Path of the Subversion runtime configuration
> -## directory ViewVC should consult for various things, including cached
> -## remote authentication credentials. If unset, Subversion will use
> -## the default location(s) ($HOME/.subversion, etc.)
> -##
> -#svn_config_dir =
> -
> -## use_rcsparse: Use the rcsparse Python module to retrieve CVS
> -## repository information instead of invoking rcs utilities [EXPERIMENTAL]
> -##
> -use_rcsparse = 0
> -
> -## sort_by: File sort order
> -## file Sort by filename
> -## rev Sort by revision number
> -## date Sort by commit date
> -## author Sort by author
> -## log Sort by log message
> -##
> -sort_by = file
> -
> -## sort_group_dirs: Group directories when sorting
> -## 1 Group directories together
> -## 0 No grouping -- sort directories as any other item would be sorted
> -##
> -sort_group_dirs = 1
> -
> -## hide_attic: Hide or show the contents of the Attic subdirectory
> -## 1 Hide dead files inside Attic subdir
> -## 0 Show the files which are inside the Attic subdir
> -##
> -hide_attic = 1
> -
> -## hide_errorful_entries: Hide or show errorful directory entries
> -## (perhaps due to not being readable, or some other rlog parsing
> -## error, etc.)
> -## 1 Hide errorful entries from the directory display
> -## 0 Show errorful entries (with their errors) in the directory display
> -##
> -#hide_errorful_entries = 0
> -
> -## log_sort: Sort order for log messages
> -## date Sort revisions by date
> -## rev Sort revision by revision number
> -## none Use the version control system's ordering
> -##
> -log_sort = date
> -
> -## diff_format: Default diff format
> -## h Human readable
> -## u Unified diff
> -## c Context diff
> -## s Side by side
> -## l Long human readable (more context)
> -## f Full human readable (entire file)
> -##
> -diff_format = h
> -
> -## hr_breakable: Diff view line breaks
> -## 1 lines break at spaces
> -## 0 no line breaking
> -## Or, use a positive integer > 1 to cut lines after that many characters
> -##
> -hr_breakable = 1
> -
> -## hr_funout: Give out function names in human readable diffs.
> -## (Only works well for C source files, otherwise diff's heuristic falls short.)
> -## ('-p' option to diff)
> -##
> -hr_funout = 0
> -
> -## hr_ignore_white: Ignore whitespace (indendation and stuff) for human
> -## readable diffs.
> -## ('-w' option to diff)
> -##
> -hr_ignore_white = 1
> -
> -## hr_ignore_keyword_subst: Ignore diffs which are caused by keyword
> -## substitution (such as "$Id - Stuff").
> -## ('-kk' option to rcsdiff)
> -##
> -hr_ignore_keyword_subst = 1
> -
> -## hr_intraline: Enable highlighting of intraline changes in human
> -## readable diffs. [Requires Python 2.4]
> -##
> -hr_intraline = 1
> -
> -## allow_compress: Allow compression via gzip of output if the Browser
> -## accepts it (HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING contains "gzip").
> -##
> -## Note: this relies on Python's gzip module, which has proven to be
> -## not-so-performant. Enabling this feature should reduce the overall
> -## transfer size of ViewVC's responses to the client's request, but
> -## will do so with a speed penalty.
> -##
> -#allow_compress = 1
> -
> -## template_dir: The directory which contains the EZT templates used by
> -## ViewVC to customize the display of the various output views. ViewVC
> -## looks in this directory for files with names that match the name of
> -## the view ("log", "directory", etc.) plus the ".ezt" extension. If
> -## specified as a relative path, it is relative to the directory where
> -## this config file resides; absolute paths may be used as well. If
> -## %lang% occurs in the pathname, then the selected language will be
> -## substituted.
> -## See Also: the [templates] configuration section, where you can
> -## override templates on a per-view basis.
> -##
> -template_dir = /usr/share/viewvc/templates
> -
> -## docroot: Web path to a directory that contains ViewVC static files
> -## (stylesheets, images, etc.) If set, static files will get
> -## downloaded directory from this location. If unset, static files
> -## will be served by the ViewVC script (at a likely performance
> -## penalty, and from the "docroot" subdirectory of the directory
> -## specified by the "template_dir" option).
> -##
> -docroot = /viewvc-static
> -
> -## show_subdir_lastmod: Show last changelog message for CVS subdirectories
> -## NOTE: The current implementation makes many assumptions and may show
> -## the incorrect file at some times. The main assumption is that the
> -## last modified file has the newest filedate. But some CVS operations
> -## touches the file without even when a new version is not checked in,
> -## and TAG based browsing essentially puts this out of order, unless
> -## the last checkin was on the same tag as you are viewing. Enable
> -## this if you like the feature, but don't rely on correct results.
> -##
> -## ** WARNING: Enabling this will currently leak unauthorized path names **
> -##
> -show_subdir_lastmod = 0
> -
> -## show_logs: Show the most recent log entry in directory listings.
> -##
> -show_logs = 1
> -
> -## show_log_in_markup: Show log when viewing file contents.
> -##
> -show_log_in_markup = 1
> -
> -## cross_copies: Cross filesystem copies when traversing Subversion
> -## file revision histories.
> -##
> -cross_copies = 1
> -
> -## use_localtime: Display dates as UTC or in local time zone.
> -##
> -use_localtime = 0
> -
> -## short_log_len: The length (in characters) to which the most recent
> -## log entry should be truncated when shown in the directory view.
> -##
> -short_log_len = 80
> -
> -## enable_syntax_coloration: Should we colorize known file content
> -## syntaxes? [Requires Pygments Python module]
> -##
> -#enable_syntax_coloration = 1
> -
> -## detect_encoding: Should we attempt to detect versioned file
> -## character encodings? [Requires 'chardet' module, and is currently
> -## used only by the syntax coloration logic -- if enabled -- for the
> -## 'markup' and 'annotate' views; see 'enable_syntax_coloration'.]
> -##
> -#detect_encoding = 0
> -
> -## use_cvsgraph: Use CvsGraph to offer visual graphs of CVS revision history.
> -##
> -use_cvsgraph = 0
> -
> -## cvsgraph_conf: Location of the customized cvsgraph configuration file.
> -## May be specified as an absolute path or as a path relative to this
> -## configuration file.
> -##
> -cvsgraph_conf = /etc/viewvc/cvsgraph.conf
> -
> -## use_re_search: Enable regular expression search of files in a directory.
> -##
> -## WARNING: Enabling this option can consume HUGE amounts of server
> -## time. A "checkout" must be performed on *each* file in a directory,
> -## and the result needs to be searched for a match against the regular
> -## expression.
> -##
> -## SECURITY WARNING: Since a user can enter the regular expression, it
> -## is possible for them to enter an expression with many alternatives
> -## and a lot of backtracking. Executing that search over thousands of
> -## lines over dozens of files can easily tie up a server for a long
> -## period of time. This option should only be used on sites with
> -## trusted users. It is highly inadvisable to use this on a public site.
> -##
> -use_re_search = 0
> -
> -## dir_pagesize: Maximum number of directory entries on a given page.
> -## This allows ViewVC to present discrete pages to the users instead of
> -## the entire directory. Set to 0 to disable pagination.
> -##
> -#dir_pagesize = 0
> -
> -## log_pagesize: Maximum number of revision log entries on a given page.
> -## This allows ViewVC to present discrete pages to the users instead of
> -## the entire revision log. Set to 0 to disable pagination.
> -##
> -#log_pagesize = 0
> -
> -## limit_changes: Maximum number of changed paths shown per commit in
> -## the Subversion revision view and in query results. This is not a
> -## hard limit (the UI provides options to show all changed paths), but
> -## it prevents ViewVC from generating enormous and hard to read pages
> -## by default when they happen to contain import or merge commits
> -## affecting hundreds or thousands of files. Set to 0 to disable the
> -## limit.
> -##
> -limit_changes = 100
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[templates]
> -
> -## You can override the templates used by various ViewVC views in this
> -## section. By default, ViewVC will look for templates in the
> -## directory specified by the "template_dir" configuration option (see
> -## the documentation for that option for details). But if you want to
> -## use a different template for a particular view, simply uncomment the
> -## appropriate option below and specify the currect location of the EZT
> -## template file you wish to use for that view.
> -##
> -## Templates are specified relative to the configured template
> -## directory (see the "template_dir" option), but absolute paths may
> -## also be used as well.
> -##
> -## If %lang% occurs in the pathname, then the selected language will be
> -## substituted.
> -##
> -## Note: the selected language is defined by the "languages" item in the
> -## [general] section, and based on the request's Accept-Language
> -## header.
> -##
> -
> -## diff: Template used for the file differences view.
> -##
> -#diff =
> -
> -## directory: Template used for the directory listing view.
> -##
> -#directory =
> -
> -## error: Template used for the ViewVC error display view.
> -##
> -#error =
> -
> -## file: Template used for the file contents/annotation view.
> -##
> -#file =
> -
> -## graph: Template used for the revision graph view.
> -##
> -#graph =
> -
> -## log: Template used for the revision log view.
> -##
> -#log =
> -
> -## query: Template used for the non-integrated query interface.
> -##
> -#query =
> -
> -## query_form: Template used for the query form view.
> -##
> -#query_form =
> -
> -## query_results: Template used for the query results view.
> -##
> -#query_results =
> -
> -## revision: Template used for the revision/changeset view.
> -##
> -#revision =
> -
> -## roots: Template used for the root listing view.
> -##
> -#roots =
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[cvsdb]
> -
> -## enabled: Enable database integration feature.
> -##
> -#enabled = 0
> -
> -## host: Database hostname. Leave unset to use a local Unix socket
> -## connection.
> -##
> -#host =
> -
> -## post: Database listening port.
> -##
> -#port = 3306
> -
> -## database_name: ViewVC database name.
> -##database_name = ViewVC
> -
> -## user: Username of user with read/write privileges to the database
> -## specified by the 'database_name' configuration option.
> -##
> -#user =
> -
> -## passwd: Password of user with read/write privileges to the database
> -## specified by the 'database_name' configuration option.
> -##
> -#passwd =
> -
> -## readonly_user: Username of user with read privileges to the database
> -## specified by the 'database_name' configuration option.
> -##
> -#readonly_user =
> -
> -## readonly_passwd: Password of user with read privileges to the database
> -## specified by the 'database_name' configuration option.
> -##
> -#readonly_passwd =
> -
> -## row_limit: Maximum number of rows returned by a given normal query
> -## to the database.
> -##
> -#row_limit = 1000
> -
> -## rss_row_limit: Maximum number of rows returned by a given query to
> -## the database made as part of an RSS feed request. (Keeping in mind
> -## that RSS readers tend to poll regularly for new data, you might want
> -## to keep this set to a conservative number.)
> -##
> -#rss_row_limit = 100
> -
> -## check_database_for_root: Check if the repository is found in the
> -## database before showing the query link and RSS feeds.
> -##
> -## WARNING: Enabling this check adds the cost of a database connection
> -## and query to most ViewVC requests. If all your roots are represented
> -## in the commits database, or if you don't care about the creation of
> -## RSS and query links that might lead ultimately to error pages for
> -## certain of your roots, or if you simply don't want to add this extra
> -## cost to your ViewVC requests, leave this disabled.
> -##
> -#check_database_for_root = 0
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[vhosts]
> -
> -## Virtual hosts are individual logical servers accessible via
> -## different hostnames, but which are all really the same physical
> -## computer. For example, you might have your web server configured to
> -## accept incoming traffic for both http://www.yourdomain.com/ and
> -## http://viewvc.yourdomain.com/. Users pointing their web browsers at
> -## each of those two URLs might see entirely different content via one
> -## URL versus the other, but all that content actually lives on the
> -## same computer, is served up via the same web server, and so
> -## on. It just *looks* like its coming from multiple servers.
> -##
> -## ViewVC allows you to customize its configuration options for
> -## individual virtual hosts. You might, for example, wish to expose
> -## all of your Subversion repositories at http://svn.yourdomain.com/viewvc/
> -## and all your CVS ones at http://cvs.yourdomain.com/viewvc/, with no
> -## cross-exposure. Using ViewVC's virtual host (vhost) configuration
> -## support, you can do this. Simply create two vhost configurations
> -## (one for each of your hostnames), then configure the cvs_roots
> -## option only for the vhost associated with cvs.yourdomain.com, and
> -## configure the svn_roots option only for the vhost associated with
> -## svn.yourdomain.com.
> -##
> -## This section is a freeform configuration section, where you create
> -## both the option names and their values. The names of the options
> -## are then treated as canonical names of virtual hosts, and their
> -## values are defined to be comma-delimited lists of hostname globs
> -## against which incoming ViewVC requests will be matched to figure out
> -## which vhost they apply to.
> -##
> -## After you've named and defined your vhosts, you may then create new
> -## configuration sections whose names are of the form
> -## vhost-VHOSTNAME/CONFIGSECTION. VHOSTNAME here is the canonical name
> -## of one of the virtual hosts you defined under the [vhosts] section.
> -## Inside those configuration sections, you override the standard
> -## ViewVC options typically found in the base configuration section
> -## named CONFIGSECTION ("general", "option", etc.)
> -##
> -## Here is an example:
> -##
> -## [vhosts]
> -## libs = libs.yourdomain.*, *.yourlibs.*
> -## gui = guiproject.yourdomain.*
> -##
> -## [vhost-libs/general]
> -## cvs_roots =
> -## svn_roots = svnroot: /var/svn/libs-repos
> -## default_root = svnroot
> -##
> -## [vhost-libs/options]
> -## show_logs = 1
> -##
> -## [vhost-gui/general]
> -## cvs_roots = cvsroot: /var/cvs/guiproject
> -## svn_roots =
> -## default_root = cvsroot
> -##
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -## ViewVC recognizes per-root configuration overrides, too. To
> -## override the value of a configuration parameter only for a single
> -## root, create a configuration section whose names is of the form
> -## root-ROOTNAME/CONFIGSECTION. ROOTNAME here is the name of the root
> -## as defined explicitly in cvs_roots or svn_roots or implicitly as the
> -## basename of a root path in root_parents. Options found in this new
> -## configuration section override for this one root the corresponding
> -## options found in the base configuration section CONFIGSECTION
> -## ("options", "authz-*", etc.)
> -##
> -## Here is an example showing how to enable Subversion authz-based
> -## authorization for only the single root named "svnroot":
> -##
> -## [root-svnroot/options]
> -## authorizer = svnauthz
> -##
> -## [root-svnroot/authz-svnauthz]
> -## authzfile = /path/to/authzfile
> -##
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[authz-forbidden]
> -
> -## The "forbidden" authorizer forbids access to repository modules,
> -## defined to be top-level subdirectories in a repository. You can use
> -## a simple list of modules, or something more complex:
> -##
> -## *) The "!" can be used before a module to explicitly state that it
> -## is NOT forbidden. Whenever this form is seen, then all modules will
> -## be forbidden unless one of the "!" modules match.
> -##
> -## *) Shell-style "glob" expressions may be used. "*" will match any
> -## sequence of zero or more characters, "?" will match any single
> -## character, "[seq]" will match any character in seq, and "[!seq]"
> -## will match any character not in seq.
> -##
> -## *) Tests are performed in sequence. The first match will terminate the
> -## testing. This allows for more complex allow/deny patterns.
> -##
> -## Tests are case-sensitive.
> -##
> -## NOTE: Again, this is for the hiding of modules within repositories, *not*
> -## for the hiding of repositories (roots) themselves.
> -##
> -## Some examples:
> -##
> -## Disallow "example" but allow all others:
> -## forbidden = example
> -##
> -## Disallow "example1" and "example2" but allow all others:
> -## forbidden = example1, example2
> -##
> -## Allow *only* "example1" and "example2":
> -## forbidden = !example1, !example2
> -##
> -## Forbid modules starting with "x":
> -## forbidden = x*
> -##
> -## Allow modules starting with "x" but no others:
> -## forbidden = !x*
> -##
> -## Allow "xml", forbid other modules starting with "x", and allow the rest:
> -## forbidden = !xml, x*, !*
> -##
> -forbidden =
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[authz-forbiddenre]
> -
> -## The "forbiddenre" authorizer forbids access to repositories and
> -## repository paths by comparing a list of regular expressions
> -## (separated by commas) against paths consisting of the repository (or
> -## root) name plus the path of the versioned file or directory to be
> -## tested. For example, to see if the user is authorized to see the
> -## path "/trunk/www/index.html" in the repository whose root name is
> -## "svnrepos", this authorizer will check the path
> -## "svnrepos/trunk/www/index.html" against the list of forbidden
> -## regular expressions. Directory paths will be terminated by a forward
> -## slash.
> -##
> -## Like the "forbidden" authorizer...
> -##
> -## *) The "!" can be used before a module to explicitly state that it
> -## is NOT forbidden. Whenever this form is seen, then all modules will
> -## be forbidden unless one of the "!" modules match.
> -##
> -## *) Tests are performed in sequence. The first match will terminate the
> -## testing. This allows for more complex allow/deny patterns.
> -##
> -## Unlike the "forbidden" authorizer, you can can use this to hide roots, too.
> -##
> -## Some examples:
> -##
> -## Disallow files named "PRIVATE", but allow all others:
> -## forbiddenre = /PRIVATE$
> -##
> -## Disallow the "hidden" repository, allowing all others:
> -## forbiddenre = ^hidden(/|$)
> -##
> -## Allow only the "example1" and "example2" roots and the paths inside them,
> -## disallowing all others (which can be done in multiple ways):
> -## forbiddenre = !^example1(/|$), !^example2(/|$)/
> -## forbiddenre = !^example[12](/|$)
> -##
> -## Only allow visibility of HTML files and the directories that hold them:
> -## forbiddenre = !^([^/]+|.*(/|.html))$
> -##
> -forbiddenre =
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -[authz-svnauthz]
> -
> -## The "svnauthz" authorizer uses a Subversion authz configuration file
> -## to determine access to repository paths.
> -
> -## authzfile: Specifies the location of the authorization rules file
> -## (using an absolute path).
> -##
> -#authzfile =
> -
> -## force_username_case: Like the AuthzForceUsernameCase httpd.conf
> -## directive, set this to "upper" or "lower" to force the normalization
> -## to upper- or lower-case, respectively, of incoming usernames prior
> -## to comparison against the authorization rules files. Leave the
> -## option unset to preserve the username case.
> -##
> -#force_username_case =
> -
> -##---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> diff --git a/modules/viewvc/manifests/init.pp b/modules/viewvc/manifests/init.pp
> deleted file mode 100644
> index 08617ea..0000000
> --- a/modules/viewvc/manifests/init.pp
> +++ /dev/null
> @@ -1,19 +0,0 @@
> -
> -class viewvc::web {
> - package { viewvc:
> - ensure => present
> - }
> -
> - file { '/etc/httpd/conf.d/viewvc.conf':
> - source => 'puppet:///viewvc/httpd/viewvc.conf',
> - mode => 0644,
> - notify => Service['httpd'],
> - require => Package['viewvc']
> - }
> -
> - file { '/etc/viewvc/viewvc.conf':
> - source => 'puppet:///viewvc/viewvc/viewvc.conf',
> - mode => 0644,
> - require => Package['viewvc']
> - }
> -}
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