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commit b88cda6e5b4472fc1bb0ae00d9fb974ec4f61d7a
parent 859d106d5e8d884bf8f25b2ceea8600b2987c387
Author: Lars Hjemli <hjemli@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon, 13 Jun 2011 22:34:13 +0000

cgitrc.5.txt: reformat the "FILTER API" section

This patch makes the generated man-page for the filer api section more
similar to the other sections. Also, the bulleted list of environment
variables wasn't rendered correctly (with asciidoc 8.5.2), without an
empty line before the first item.

Signed-off-by: Lars Hjemli <hjemli@gmail.com>

Diffstat:
Mcgitrc.5.txt | 50++++++++++++++++++++++++--------------------------
1 file changed, 24 insertions(+), 26 deletions(-)

diff --git a/cgitrc.5.txt b/cgitrc.5.txt @@ -460,39 +460,37 @@ config files, e.g. "repo.desc" becomes "desc". FILTER API ---------- -- about filter:: - This filter is given no arguments. - The about text that is to be filtered is available on standard input and the - filtered text is expected on standard output. -- commit filter:: - This filter is given no arguments. - The commit message text that is to be filtered is available on standard input - and the filtered text is expected on standard output. -- source filter:: - This filter is given a single parameter: the filename of the source file to - filter. The filter can use the filename to determine (for example) the syntax - highlighting mode. - The contents of the source file that is to be filtered is available on - standard input and the filtered contents is expected on standard output. +about filter:: + This filter is given no arguments. The about text that is to be + filtered is available on standard input and the filtered text is + expected on standard output. + +commit filter:: + This filter is given no arguments. The commit message text that is to + be filtered is available on standard input and the filtered text is + expected on standard output. + +source filter:: + This filter is given a single parameter: the filename of the source + file to filter. The filter can use the filename to determine (for + example) the syntax highlighting mode. The contents of the source + file that is to be filtered is available on standard input and the + filtered contents is expected on standard output. Also, all filters are handed the following environment variables: -- CGIT_REPO_URL ( = repo.url setting ) -- CGIT_REPO_NAME ( = repo.name setting ) -- CGIT_REPO_PATH ( = repo.path setting ) -- CGIT_REPO_OWNER ( = repo.owner setting ) -- CGIT_REPO_DEFBRANCH ( = repo.defbranch setting ) -- CGIT_REPO_SECTION ( = section setting ) -- CGIT_REPO_CLONE_URL ( = repo.clone-url setting ) + +- CGIT_REPO_URL (from repo.url) +- CGIT_REPO_NAME (from repo.name) +- CGIT_REPO_PATH (from repo.path) +- CGIT_REPO_OWNER (from repo.owner) +- CGIT_REPO_DEFBRANCH (from repo.defbranch) +- CGIT_REPO_SECTION (from repo.section) +- CGIT_REPO_CLONE_URL (from repo.clone-url) If a setting is not defined for a repository and the corresponding global setting is also not defined (if applicable), then the corresponding environment variable will be an empty string. -Note that under normal circumstance all these environment variables are -defined. If however the total size of the defined settings exceed the -allocated buffer within cgit then only the environment variables that fit -in the allocated buffer are handed to the filter. - MACRO EXPANSION ---------------