remove target leftover from when was generated by gmid.1

improve mime handling we still have an hardcoded list, but this implements the API needed to modify the mappings.

reorganize: move bunch of functions to server.c cgi.c wasn't really needed; it better to group all the server related functions together, cgi or not. Now gmid.c contains only startup and utility code.

build docs + install and static targets

add runtime tests for the server

split into two processes: listener and executor this way, we can sandbox the listener with seccomp (todo) or capsicum (already done) and still have CGI scripts. When we want to exec, we tell the executor what to do, the executor executes the scripts and send the fd backt to the listener.

move cgi stuff to its own file

sandbox also on FreeBSD with capsicum

conf & vhosts * gmid.c (main): changed behaviour: daemon off by default (main): changed -c in -C (cert option) (main): changed -k in -K (key option, for consistency with -C) (main): added -c to load a configuration (main): certs, key and doc (-C -K and -d) doesn't have a default value anymore (handle_handshake): add vhosts support

s/uri/iri since we accept IRIs

new README + wording in manpage

switch to Bjoern Hoehrmann UTF-8 decoder It's correct, while my hacked valid_multibyte_utf8 would allow things that aren't technically UTF8.

implement a valid RFC3986 (URI) parser Up until now I used a "poor man" approach: the uri parser is barely a parser, it tries to extract the path from the request, with some minor checking, and that's all. This obviously is not RFC3986-compliant. The new RFC3986 (URI) parser should be fully compliant. It may accept some invalid URI, but shouldn't reject or mis-parse valid URI. (in particular, the rule for the path is way more relaxed in this parser than it is in the RFC text). A difference with RFC3986 is that we don't even try to parse the (optional) userinfo part of a URI: following the Gemini spec we treat it as an error. A further caveats is that %2F in the path part of the URI is indistinguishable from a literal '/': this is NOT conforming, but due to the scope and use of gmid, I don't see how treat a %2F sequence in the path (reject the URI?).

improve make error message if etags is not found the ‘|| true’ idiom leads to better make error. Now the ‘-’ becomes a bit redundant tho…

fixed quoting in Makefile