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17 November 2010 at 3:57am
Dev mode isn't enough.. you'll need to turn on error reporting in php.. Depending on your environment, you can use:
or in your .htaccess:
php_value display_errors On
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17 November 2010 at 4:14am
thx, but I thought in dev mode SilverStripe would output errors to the screen..... just like it does when Exceptions get thrown....
Ok, took a look in the webserver log and foung this:
PHP Fatal error: Class 'CalendarDateField' not found in ......
After googling I read that the module "legacydatetimefields" is needed for this. Installed that and now it works. Shouldn't this appear in the requirements for this module then?
17 November 2010 at 4:42am
Ok, I'm using this now. But please change the examples. It's confusing otherwise.
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