Monthly Archives: January 2018

PHP not working in Apache virtual hosts

I just had the situation where PHP worked fine from the default/main site configured in Apache, but not in a virtual host. Instead of parsing/executing the PHP script, Apache would rather send its source code back to the browser, which … Continue reading

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Uploading a file with HTTP PUT in Groovy with Basic Auth

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Gerrit: robust regular expression to create links from text automatically (commentlink)

When there is a link to a bug tracking ticket in a commit message, and Gerrit is already configured to make links out of ticket numbers automatically, it results in a mess. There is a bug report about this since … Continue reading

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Notepad++: automatic configuration of tabs vs. spaces

Notepad++ is a great text editor with lots of features out of the box, but I miss particularly one: the ability to use automatically tabs or spaces for indentation according to the content of an existing file when opening it. … Continue reading

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Configuring Apache to serve multiple domains with a single SSL certificate

Here are some notes on how to configure Apache to server multiple domains with a single SSL certificate. If using a single certificate is not an option, you will have to use SNI, which is not covered in this howto. … Continue reading

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