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Latest commit 6e2747f @WouterSioen WouterSioen Merge pull request #1317 from forkcms/protected-installer
Only load the installer route when Fork is not installed.
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app Merge pull request #1317 from forkcms/protected-installer
library Remove the old Analytics module.
src Use https for google maps by default
tools Applied fixes from StyleCI
.editorconfig Fix editorconfig - Fixes #762
.gitignore Add the sessions directory to the repository.
.htaccess Don't allow access to .git-folder
.travis.yml Run travis on the new container based infrastructure. Bump version to 3.9.5 .travis.yml and reflect change in phpunit config. MIT license from now on Update readme with new forum Add new modules_settings to the upgrade guide. Mergd master Upgrade guide updated Setting a url callback now use namespaces Add Twitter cards to the upgrade guide Update Bump version to 3.9.5
apple-touch-icon.png changed folder structure; updated installer
autoload.php Moved position
composer.json Use Flysystem as cache backend
composer.lock Use Flysystem as cache backend
favicon.ico credit where credit is due
index.php Remove the need for writing an installed cache file.
phpunit.xml.dist Move phpunit config to the project root.
tile.png add windows 8 tile to Fork core and to the Triton theme


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  1. Run composer create-project forkcms/forkcms . in your document root.
  2. Browse to your website
  3. Follow the steps on-screen
  4. Have fun!


Remark: If you are using GIT instead of composer create-project or the zip-file from, you should install our dependencies. The dependencies are handled by composer

To install the dependencies, you can run the command below in the document-root:

composer install -o


If you encounter any bugs, please create an issue on Github. If you're stuck or would like to discuss Fork CMS, check out the forum!

Running the tests

We use phpunit as a test framework. It's installed when using composer install. To be able to run them, make sure you have a database with the same credentials as your normal database and with the name suffixed with _test.

Running the tests:


Running only the unit tests or the functional tests

./bin/phpunit --testsuite=functional
./bin/phpunit --testsuite=unit


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