Von T. Escher, 9 Monate vorher, geschrieben in Plain Text.
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  1. [server:main]
  2. use = egg:gunicorn
  3. #host = 127.0.0.1
  4. #port = 5000
  5. workers = 1
  6. timeout = 30
  7.  
  8. [app:main]
  9. use = egg:syncserver
  10.  
  11. [syncserver]
  12. # This must be edited to point to the public URL of your server,
  13. # i.e. the URL as seen by Firefox.
  14. public_url =
  15.  
  16. # By default, syncserver will accept identity assertions issued by
  17. # any BrowserID issuer.  The line below restricts it to accept assertions
  18. # from just the production Firefox Account servers.  If you are hosting
  19. # your own account server, put its public URL here instead.
  20. identity_provider =
  21.  
  22. # This defines the database in which to store all server data.
  23. sqluri = sqlite://
  24.  
  25. # This is a secret key used for signing authentication tokens.
  26. # It should be long and randomly-generated.
  27. # The following command will give a suitable value on *nix systems:
  28. #
  29. #    head -c 20 /dev/urandom | sha1sum
  30. #
  31. # If not specified then the server will generate a temporary one at startup.
  32. secret = e76bc0f325849407f0327c0675c036b48ac04ebe
  33.  
  34. # Set this to "false" to disable new-user signups on the server.
  35. # Only requests by existing accounts will be honoured.
  36. allow_new_users = true
  37.  
  38. # Set this to "true" to work around a mismatch between public_url and
  39. # the application URL as seen by python, which can happen in certain reverse-
  40. # proxy hosting setups.  It will overwrite the WSGI environ dict with the
  41. # details from public_url.  This could have security implications if e.g.
  42. # you tell the app that it's on HTTPS but it's really on HTTP, so it should
  43. # only be used as a last resort and after careful checking of server config.
  44. force_wsgi_environ = false
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