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  • Ryan M.
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    dev/build won't run anymore Link to this post

    Somehow, the dev/build function won't run anymore. This is the error it spits out:

    Fatal error: ManifestBuilder::parse_file(): Couldn't open /var/www/vhosts/domain.com/httpdocs/dataobject_manager/code/flv/info.php in /var/www/vhosts/domain.com/httpdocs/sapphire/core/ManifestBuilder.php on line 385

    I've never seen an info.php in the dataobject manager module, and I even checked by downloading a fresh copy of the module and looking in its code folder. So I'm mystified as to why it would be trying to call a file info.php now...

    Any ideas, guys? This is keeping me from building any more additions.

    Update:

    Tried a ?flush=1 to apply some template changes, promptly found out it runs into the same problem as above. I did make some changes to FLV.php, but I compared the file against a fresh copy and I'm pretty positive the changes function correctly.

  • Willr
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    Re: dev/build won't run anymore Link to this post

    Tried removing the whole dataobject_manager folder, running dev/build then installing it again to see if that makes a difference?

  • Ryan M.
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    Re: dev/build won't run anymore Link to this post

    I have a few modules dependent on the dataobject manager. The build'll run into problems when it comes to these modules.

  • Ryan M.
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    Re: dev/build won't run anymore Link to this post

    I actually deleted the dataobject manager folder before I realized it'd affect the other modules, but after reuploading it, dev/build worked just fine. Talk about a funny solution!

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