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3 May 2012 at 10:12am Last edited: 3 May 2012 10:17am
Hi, I am new to this. Cheers
I have been playing with silverstripe. Pretty neat stuff.
I havn't contributed anything yet because I am still learning.
I wanted to run an additional custom made php software. It is a simple chat interface.
It gets its own upgrades from the developer. To pop the chat up it is a simple link.
Could be placed like a dataobject but I will integrate it into the custom modified theme I am making.
I don't need to integrate it into the CMS as it has its own back and that is ok.
what is the preferred directory to install it to.
I found a few suggestions like best to install under
execute under www.example.com/livechat/
execute under www.example.com/theme/livechat/
I could use another URL but for consistency I want to use the same base URL and SSL cert as the CMS
The reason for my question is I don't want the file to get included in a DEV/BUILD.
Or is there a way to install it in /chat and have silverstripe skip the folder.
Thanks for your help.
3 May 2012 at 11:00am
Welcome to the forums!
There are two ways to make sure silverstripe doesn't include the files...
1) do not put them in "known" silverstripe folder - this is one that is there in a default install or one with a _config.php in it
2) put a file named "_manifest_exclude" in the folder
3 May 2012 at 1:32pm
i figured a non critical folder would be ok,
but the manifest exclude is really what i wanted to know.
Thank you so much for responding so quickly. Your solution worked.
I almost everything worked ok from the start or wasn't hard to get going with some small tweaking
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