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Manual Install

(04-14-2020, 06:57 AM)includebeer Wrote:
(04-14-2020, 06:50 AM)FlavioSuar Wrote:
(04-11-2020, 10:05 AM)Cecilio Wrote: ...
When I run: http: // localhost: 8080 / ci4 / public

But using XAMPP (or something like that; I use XAMPP on Windows) I think you'd must run http: // localhost / ci4 / public
Additionally, I had to change $baseURL on app\Config\App.php from http: // localhost: 8080 to something like http: // localhost / ci4 / public

The base url can also be changed in the .env file, and it’s not necessarily localhost/ci4/public. It depends on how your configured your web server. It can be anything you decide, like http://my-awesome-website.test

Good to know!! Thanks!!

(04-14-2020, 04:24 AM)includebeer Wrote: I think all this confusion can be ridden of by simply putting the environnement to development by default instead of production. It’s perfectly normal that in production the amount of error on the screen is limited to a minimum. But I agree it would be easier for everybody, not just the newbies, if the default would be to display all error messages. Maybe @kilishan can give his input on this matter.
I would have thought it better to set the default environment to 'production' and to only test if the writable folder is writable when it is required to actually write to the folder.

The 'production' environment should also never include Kint because it should only be available in 'development' mode. Only loading essential resources should reduce possible reasons for failure.

Also and never ever to override and disable the php.ini settings. These can be set by the user and the first place to start looking by knowledgeable users.

Endeavour to keep the App' lean and mean Smile

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