Thanks for sorting that out!
Cheers --- Jan
On 05/06/2016 06:53 PM, Markus Triska wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have uploaded a document and sample files that show you a few ways to
> run an HTTPS server with SWI-Prolog, using /Let's Encrypt/ and also
> other certificate authorities.
> Everything is available in a public git repository, and I will update
> the files and the documentation as the used technologies improve:
> I hope you find this useful. Programs like SWI-Prolog get more stable
> and more correct the more they are being used, and so I am very
> interested in using SWI-Prolog also for secure hosting of web content.
> Many thanks to Matt Lilley and Charlie Hothersall-Thomas for their work
> and advice on library(ssl)!
> Thank you Jan for making all this possible in the first place!
> All the best,
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