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wp-config-sample.php should not have a php extension/be "executable" #69

markkap opened this Issue Sep 22, 2018 · 1 comment


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markkap commented Sep 22, 2018

While it is unlikely that there will be any major bug in that file, there is zero harm in playing it safe by changing the file to something like wp-config-sample.conf

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markkap commented Dec 6, 2018

so it is going to be wp-config.sample and moved to wp-admin.

The interesting thing about this is that the file is located at the git root and moved to its distributed location at build phase. Some additional code was there to support development on the build directory which in a way make sense but feels like an ugly hack so getting that code away for now.

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