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Define the PATH_WWW constant

This is needed to initialise the backend.
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app Save log files separately for each environment.
library Remove the old Analytics module.
src Merge pull request #1242 from forkcms/extend-analytics-module
tools Define the PATH_WWW constant
.editorconfig Fix editorconfig - Fixes #762
.gitignore Add the sessions directory to the repository.
.htaccess enable gzip compression for SVG files
.travis.yml Don't run our tests on hhvm-nightly anymore. Add analytics bugfix to the changelog. Add some info about squashing commits. MIT license from now on Make composer create-project the default installation method. Add new modules_settings to the upgrade guide. Upgrade guide updated Setting a url callback now use namespaces Add Twitter cards to the upgrade guide Update Preparing for release
apple-touch-icon.png changed folder structure; updated installer
autoload.php Moved position
composer.json Fix composer post install/update
composer.lock Update Spoon/library.
favicon.ico credit where credit is due
index.php Remove the need for writing an installed cache file.
tile.png add windows 8 tile to Fork core and to the Triton theme


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