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Controllers under subfolder

#31
It should work just make sure that you namespace is the same as the folder name and the first character
is upper case.

PHP Code:
<?php namesapce App\Controllers\SomeFolder;

// ./app/Controllers/SomeFolder

use CodeIgniter\Controller;

class 
SomeController extends Controller
{


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#32
(09-26-2019, 12:40 PM)InsiteFX Wrote: It should work just make sure that you namespace is the same as the folder name and the first character
is upper case.

PHP Code:
<?php namesapce App\Controllers\SomeFolder;

// ./app/Controllers/SomeFolder

use CodeIgniter\Controller;

class 
SomeController extends Controller
{


Hi again,
I can say now I solved my problem!!!

First I tried to change to uppercase namespaced folder but didn't work. Don't know why. So, since I'm in love with Docker, I tried a different approach.

I rebuilt php docker container with Php 7.2.22 and apache 2. Works Like a charm! Fantastic, I'm so enthusiast I can start developing with this fanatstic framework.

Unfortunately I cannot say if the problem was binded to the docker container build or some faulty settings. Anyway I took notes about the building of a docker container using php and shared folder to develop with maximum flexibility.

If anyone is interested I can paste some code to start a dev container.

Thanks a lot to everyone, see you all in the next thread!
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Andy Biancoblu 

Quote:Once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.
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#33
PHP 7.3.10 was released today.
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