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Subject: Ellipsis after UTF-8 characters
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2019 20:06:54 +0000	[thread overview]
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why is at (most current cgit) displayed: ?8 hours	opendmarc/opendmarc.c:ml
fi_eom(): when SPF fails, add in the header ?human?...? with a strange character after "human", but clicking on the
commit-link displays correctly:

opendmarc/opendmarc.c:mlfi_eom(): when SPF fails, add in the header ?human? message

withour strange character after ?human??

Considering the year is 2019 and UTF-8 is not so new, wouldn?t be better for cgit to use the ? (ellipsis) sign?  It
displays anyway UTF-8 from the commit messages.

Looking at the source code of it contains 

<link rel='alternate' title='Atom feed' href=''

because in the background the cgi-bin happens at  Is it an option to render by cgit only relative URLs?

As for my previous message concerning terminating slash after repo/about/, sent on this list and the author of thttpd, I
was told by the author, that he will have a look.


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