#1 Must Be installed in root directory

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2010-01-29
2009-06-11
Brian Chabot
No

It seems phxEventManager needs to be installed in the root of the web files...
Installing to http://www.domain.com/some/path/ results in many errors due to inconsistent use of $PEM_PATH variable versus hard coded paths.
Installing to http://somehost.domain.com/ works OK.

Discussion

  • Kevin Hatch
    Kevin Hatch
    2010-01-29

    • priority: 5 --> 2
     
  • Kevin Hatch
    Kevin Hatch
    2010-01-29

    It definitely was not intended to be root-only. Some features were cut short due to deadline needs for our production environment, and that is where the inconsistencies came from. I'm leaving this open as an issue that needs to be resolved, but at the moment it's a lower priority than other fixes needed for a general-public release.

     

  • Anonymous
    2010-11-05

    This should be a higher priority bug. It results in needing a seperate sub domain to run this within a site. If I stick with the solution I may work on fixing this and contributing the changes back