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Better explanation on Symlinks configuration #9
Item 6 in your Gotchas page notes:
In my setup, /srv/www/showhopping.com/app/webroot, /srv/www/showhopping.com/ uses .htaccess to point to (successively) /app, then /webroot. This is, what I feel, a very common setup for cake applications. The suggestion seems to be that I have another folder residing elsewhere on the server that my Name Server points to, and that, in turn, symlinks to /current/webroot/, is that correct?
If it is, can it be written more explicitly, since this is outside the norm for Cake applications?
dclowd9901, I can how this can be mis-leading.
The deployment setup depends on how you repo looks like.
Capcake, out of the box, is configured to deploy a repo that looks like this:
Basically, only the content of the app folder. That is because cake's core is deployed separately (during setup) in
I have a feeling that your application's repository looks like:
In which case, you can't really rely on the wiki.
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I just wanted to clarify that the repo is based in
It sounds like I should just tweak the current folder structure to accommodate pointing to the