add ge: gemini export!

optionally disable the sandbox on some systems The FreeBSD and Linux' sandbox can't deal with `fastcgi' and `proxy' configuration rules: new sockets needs to be opened and it's either impossible (the former) or a huge pain in the arse (the latter). The sandbox is still always used in case only static files are served.

get rid of the CGI support I really want to get rid of the `executor' process hack for CGI scripts and its escalation to allow fastcgi and proxying to work on non-OpenBSD. This drops the CGI support and the `executor' process entirely and is the first step towards gmid 2.0. It also allows to have more secure defaults. On non-OpenBSD systems this means that the sandbox will be deactivated as soon as fastcgi or proxying are used: you can't open sockets under FreeBSD' capsicum(4) and I don't want to go thru the pain of making it work under linux' seccomp/landlock. Patches are always welcome however. For folks using CGI scripts (hey, I'm one of you!) not all hope is lost: fcgiwrap or OpenBSD' slowcgi(8) are ways to run CGI scripts as they were FastCGI applications. fixes for the documentation and to the non-OpenBSD sandboxes will follow.

add a trailing / for dirs in the directory index.

copyright years

encode file names in the directory index Spotted the hard way by cage

log when it fails to open a file because of permissions

fix an out-of-bound access in start_cgi Long time ago, client->req was a static buffer so the memcpy was safe. However, it's been since moved to a dynamically allocated string, so it's very often smaller than sizeof(req.buf) (1024), hence the out of bound access which results in a SIGSEGV very often on OpenBSD thanks to Otto' malloc. The situation with the iri parser, client->req and how the request is forwarded to the other process needs to be improved: this is just a fix to address the issue quickly, a better one would be to restructure the iri parser APIs and rethink how the info is forwarded to the ex process.

swap try_client_by_id with client_by_id i.e. allow client_by_id to fail and return NULL. Initially I thought it was a good idea to shut down a server process if we receive an invalid client id as reply from one of our requests to the executor process. This turned out not to be correct since a client can (read: will) disconnect in the delay beteewn we acknowledge their request and the cgi script execution. The fastcgi and proxy handler already handled this situation, so they're unaffected. This allows an attacker to make gmid unresponsible by just making enough requests until they hit the right timing.

don't log errno, it's always zero after libtls returns The libevent error value is much more interesting! see github issue #13

improve proxy error path properly release everything when during client_close if the request was managed by a proxy.

always mark requests as done when their code is != 20

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bail out of client_read if we've already decide what to do libevent2 can still somehowe call client_read even in code paths that never enable reading from the evbuffer. Can't reproduce on the libevent in base on OpenBSD. It's a bit ugly, but it's a small workaround for something that otherwise *always* make gmid crash when linked against libevent2. (client_read works under the assumption that c->host != NULL, matched_proxy crashes otherwise.)

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