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Hi!

I'm Matleyx, and i'm testing the code Module in CI4

You see my file in the attachment.

I modified the autoload file, adding this line in Psr4:


Code:
'Modules'                   => APPPATH.'../modules'

but i have a problem with Routes file.
I'll explain:

This is the line for routes.php

Code:
$routes->group('testmodule', ['namespace' => 'Modules\Testmodule\Controllers'], function($routes)
{
    $routes->add('/', 'Testcont::index');
    $routes->add('(:any)', 'Testcont::$1');

This work only if i put this line in /app/Config/Routes.php. (localhost/ci4/public/testmodule/ecc

If i put the lines in the /modules/Testmodule/Config/Routes.php, don't work.

How do I make it work with module/Testmodule/Config/Routes.php?

Thanks to all
Each module needs it's own namespace defined:

Code:
'Modules\TestModule' => APPPATH.'../modules/Testmodule'
(06-10-2019, 06:05 AM)kilishan Wrote: [ -> ]Each module needs it's own namespace defined:

Code:
'Modules\TestModule' => APPPATH.'../modules/Testmodule'

In this mode it's work only with other function. Not with index function. 
In the module/testmodule/config/routes.php i have:
Code:
$routes->group('testmodule', ['namespace' => 'Modules\Testmodule\Controllers'], function($routes)
{
   $routes->add('/', 'Testcont::index');
   $routes->add('(:any)', 'Testcont::$1');
});
it's corrcet? Should be correct the index routing....

Another question:
In this way, all the module must be declared in autoload file.
is it possible to declare only the modules folder and have all the module/config/routes.php files self-autoload?
It is not possible out of the box to list a parent folder and have it auto-discover the namespaces. This is done for performance reasons. You could fairly easily extend the autoloader to search for it as you'd like, though.
(06-11-2019, 06:24 AM)kilishan Wrote: [ -> ]It is not possible out of the box to list a parent folder and have it auto-discover the namespaces. This is done for performance reasons. You could fairly easily extend the autoloader to search for it as you'd like, thoug
Ok, Thanks