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Controller Filters - Input needed

#31
As for now and my assumption, the filter is applied to routes.
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#32
CI3 routes aren't required. In this case, are CI4 routes consistently required?
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#33
No, I think it would be ideal to do it in the routes but CI4 doesn't require coding the routes so the council has been forced to so attach filters in a separate file.
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#34
Cool! Thanks.
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#35
(07-13-2016, 03:20 PM)albertleao Wrote: No, I think it would be ideal to do it in the routes but CI4 doesn't require coding the routes so the council has been forced to so attach filters in a separate file.
I mean filter is based on routes path.
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#36
For those following along at home, this is now implemented and in the develop branch. Docs can be found in the repo.
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#37
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