I want to ask this question before I do http://webserver/dev/build/?flush=1 again.
Recent install of Operating system and SilverStripe. Basic config working fine, Website is up and functioning.
SS. CMS version 2.3.5
I uploaded the the SWFupload-R334 to the CMS root directory and ran /dev/build as shown above. The PATH for the SWFupload module looks like this: /var/www/modules-swfupload-r334
Question: Should I be taking the folders out of the modules-swfupload-r334 and placing them in the relevant directory.
It might seem obvious but I'd rather ask the question first.
I got the module-blog to install by putting all the contents into /var/www/blog and that module works perfect.
module-swfupload does not work and was in the root when I /dev/build to install the module-blog
However, when I run /dev/tests/all I get the following error:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 120 bytes) in /usr/share/php/PHPUnit/Framework/TestCase.php on line 1005
Can anyone give some pointers as to what would cause that or is it hard to say. My Server is a 32bit operating system with 4GB of memory but I am guessing the error refers to some cache and not the RAM.
Yes thanks OwenW it has correct the error notification.
When I run All Tests now I just see il8nTest as it is the only test available. No Output follows the running of this test.
From reading everything I can SWFupload I am sure the module is installed correctly. However I do not have the 'File' tab as displayed in this preview: http://doc.silverstripe.org/lib/exe/detail.php?id=modules%3Aswfuploadfield&cache=cache&media=swfupload1.gif
I think the only thing I have yet to do is edit the CMS equivalent of page.ss and layout.css to add the 'File' tab.
I don't want to mess up my CMS and I am not sure how to start.
Can someone let me know if my assumption is in fact correct before I adventure yet again into the unknown..