readme & about-filter improvements: auto selection
john at keeping.me.uk
Sun May 26 12:09:09 CEST 2013
On Sat, May 25, 2013 at 05:21:05PM +0200, Jason A. Donenfeld wrote:
> * On readme=, multiple items may be specified, separated by a space,
> and if multiple items exist, cgit will display the first one that it's
> able to find.
Why not make this a multi-valued key instead? That way we don't have to
worry about escaping for people who have whitespace in file names.
> Combined, they allow for the following setup. In cgitrc, I have these specified:
> readme=:README.md :readme.md :README.mkd :readme.mkd :README.rst
> :readme.rst :README.txt :readme.txt :README :readme :INSTALL.txt
> :install.txt :INSTALL :install
Then this becomes:
Which is also a lot more readable when there is a long lost of file
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