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[subdomains] mysite=api,labs myapp=api,test
That is Awesome.
Your solution is far more flexible and useful than my proposal.
But there are some points to consider:
It won't reflect the changes immediately as we will have to (manually) regenerate the SSL certs and hosts file entries as per the addition.
[subdomains] mysite=api,labs,blog <- myapp=api,test
I thought about adding those in the
openssl.conf.tpl as you suggested beforehand but it is somewhat defensive as we have to manually edit the file to add it.
I think it would be a good idea to have a checkbox on the preferances page to toggle the subdomains or to have a entry in laragon.ini i.e.:
[preferences] ... AllowSSLSubdomains=1
What do you think?
Hey @leokhoa, good day to you!
While playing with the SSL I recognized that the new SSL features are work exceptionally well and solve many headaches.
But the only quirk I found was, it is not able to add subdomains to the entries.
e.g. Suppose I have 2 projects in www dir with the names:
The auto.openssl.conf generates following for [alt_names]:
I have to work with sub-domains in some projects. Thus it will be handy to have sub-domain *. added in the list.
DNS.2=namaste.test DNS.3=*.namaste.test DNS.4=world.test DNS.5=*.namaste.test
Is there any way to achieve this? If there is, please tell me how to do that and if not, can to release a patch do address that?
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