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Cluster updates: better support when running in containers

- generalized servers running with an INADDR_ANY address

- handling of running server with ephemeral ports

- streamline function and variable names

- added ./tcl/acs-container-procs.tcl

* make container definitions independent of cluster handling

* create container mapping based on a JSON file, which

can be obtained from docker to get information about

external addresses

* The final interface is a mapping file in Tcl providing at least

the Tcl dict ::docker::containerMapping containing the docker

mapping. A dict key like "8080/tcp" (internal port) will return a

dict containing the keys "host", "port" and "proto" (e.g. proto

https host 192.168.1.192 port 58115).

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file acs-container-procs.tcl was initially added on branch oacs-5-10.

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Fix appveyor build descriptor [skip actions]

In the end we do phase out the util_expand_entities* procs for being too lame

Good riddance

a protocol relative URL is not complete, but it can be understood as external

Make util_complete_url_p recognize protocl-relative URLs

Extend the test cases for util_complete_url_p with a case of protocol-relative URL

Merge branch 'main' of git.complex.wu.ac.at:tcltk/nsf

Reimplement util_expand_entities_ie_style

This proc turned out to be long broken. We could consider phasing it out, but as it is a public interface used in a few places we prefer to keep it around and try to fix it.

The intended behavior has been reconstructed from the documentation. The new approach uses a single regexp to extract entities, which does not risk to loop indefinitely as before.

Test util_expand_entities and util_expand_entities_ie_style

This test will show that since the long broken parenthesys in util_expand_entities_ie_style were fixed in a recent commit, this proc will just not work.

Fix typo

After further consideration, ns_absoluteurl is actually sufficient to preform location header completion on its own and does not need a wrapper utility

Streamline terminology with other occurrences in OpenACS and NaviServer/AOLserver

- the term "location" is usually used in OpenACS/NaviServer/AOLserver for the

part of a URL before the path (i.e. SCHEME+HOST+PORT)

- the new function util::absolute_url is a value-added version of NaviServer's "ns_absoluteurl".

This is now documented with its differences, and aligned with its terminology

Add missing validation and use a localized error message

Add missing validation

fixed broken indentation and broken nesting

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fixed indentation of braces

fix incorrect nesting in switch statements

added "variable" declaration to avoid potential namespace confusion

Introduce util::complete_location

This utility is meant to require the value of the Location header in an HTTP response to be completed vith the host coming from a reference complete URL, which is normally that of the redirected request.

It is intended for use in the context of HTTP client APIs, where we want to handle server responses affected by https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc7231#section-7.1.2

avoid redirect

use original provided host-header-field in log statement

escape variable in log statement

Cleanup obsolete queries

Fix another variable name after refactoring

Do not assume lob as storage backend for the email image and rely on the api

Add reference to further context about this feature

fix for transitional bug due to NS_TCL_HAVE_TIP629

Deactivating NS_TCL_HAVE_TIP629, since this needs more work to deal

with the two different types of commands (before and after the TIP)

* When we activate NS_TCL_HAVE_TIP629 (TIP supporting > 2^31

* elements in object vectors), Tcl defines different objProcs

* (Tcl_ObjCmdProc and Tcl_ObjCmdProc2) where the usage of these

* depends on a cmdWrapperProc. Unfortunately, the resolving of

* these are performed via CmdWrapperInfo, which is not exported. We

* have to think how to resolve these to make this working as with

* prior Tcl versions.

Don't reset the upload timeout on audio uploads

Make "standard" the default preset we apply to richtext editors

This is needed to have consistent site-wide default settings coming from the tcl level, such as connection context information and more.