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Fuchur

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13 August 2007 at 10:08pm

Edited: 13/08/2007 10:10pm

Where do you define SS to use a different project. After installation I installed the tutorial... and one othe installation with BlackCandy theme.

In the tutorial one you have mysite and a tutorial folder. It uses the tutorial one to build the site.
Where cab I set SS to use mysite or "custom" from scratch site so its easy to play around without touching the code you made.

Let say I copy tutorial to play around a bit with the code to "testsite"-folder. Where do I set SS to use that folder instead of the "tutorial folder"?

Thanx

Fuchur

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elijahlofgren

Google Summer of Code Hacker, 222 Posts

14 August 2007 at 2:35pm

> Let say I copy tutorial to play around a bit with the code to "testsite"-folder. Where do I set SS to use that folder instead of the "tutorial folder"?

I think SilverStripe will automatically include code from that new folder that you created (you may need to add ?flush=1 to the URL). However, having code that is almost the same seems to sometimes cause problems, so I would move the original "tutorial" folder out of your htdocs, www, or public_html folder in case it causes problems.

Hope this helps,

Elijah