Today, I learnt about ‘gitea embedded’, and found the default label configuration.
Now, in ~gitea, I have:
$ find -L . |grep -E ‘label|app.ini’
That’s because I have symlinked the ‘options’ directory, which is under custom, to the directories where the gitea binary is, and to the gitea home directory, which is one level above:
$ ls -l gitea/gitea
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 106954336 Aug 1 17:31 gitea/gitea*
This ‘ls’ command is to show that the ‘custom’ folder is right besides the ‘gitea’ binary, ie. in the default location.
I installed gitea via my Ansible role, which you can fetch from Galaxy, if you want to reproduce.
But I still don’t get why the label file, even if I call it ‘default’, is not being picked up by gitea.