“FOSS doesn’t have to move quickly, it just has to keep moving.”
Probably the think I find most irritating about Rust so far is its choice not to use a return keyword. Instead I'm supposed to just leave the semicolon off the end of an expression? If there's another language like that, I don't know of it, and so it seems like a deliberate choice to *not* be like every other programming language.
Seems to be related to the authentication (I guess hence the 401 and 403 errors). If I flush the session and browser caches I can’t even log in. I just keep getting returned to the login screen. I guess I need to look into how authentication tokens get passed around.
Still don’t know why I would be getting 412 errors...
Okay, so I really want to run Nextcloud behind a uWSGI vassal (with the half-dozen other webapps on my server), but for some reason when I do I get XHR failures like crazy (see image). Runs fine under php-fpm.
I've been working on this all day without much progress. Any of you fediverse geniuses have any ideas what I should be looking at?
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