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ajb committed Sep 17, 2012
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+<?php
+
+/*
+|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+| Bundle Configuration
+|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+|
+| Bundles allow you to conveniently extend and organize your application.
+| Think of bundles as self-contained applications. They can have routes,
+| controllers, models, views, configuration, etc. You can even create
+| your own bundles to share with the Laravel community.
+|
+| This is a list of the bundles installed for your application and tells
+| Laravel the location of the bundle's root directory, as well as the
+| root URI the bundle responds to.
+|
+| For example, if you have an "admin" bundle located in "bundles/admin"
+| that you want to handle requests with URIs that begin with "admin",
+| simply add it to the array like this:
+|
+| 'admin' => array(
+| 'location' => 'admin',
+| 'handles' => 'admin',
+| ),
+|
+| Note that the "location" is relative to the "bundles" directory.
+| Now the bundle will be recognized by Laravel and will be able
+| to respond to requests beginning with "admin"!
+|
+| Have a bundle that lives in the root of the bundle directory
+| and doesn't respond to any requests? Just add the bundle
+| name to the array and we'll take care of the rest.
+|
+*/
+
+return array(
+
+ 'docs' => array('handles' => 'docs'),
+
+);
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+local/*
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+<?php
+
+return array(
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Application URL
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | The URL used to access your application without a trailing slash. The URL
+ | does not have to be set. If it isn't we'll try our best to guess the URL
+ | of your application.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'url' => '',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Asset URL
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | The base URL used for your application's asset files. This is useful if
+ | you are serving your assets through a different server or a CDN. If it
+ | is not set, we'll default to the application URL above.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'asset_url' => '',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Application Index
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | If you are including the "index.php" in your URLs, you can ignore this.
+ | However, if you are using mod_rewrite to get cleaner URLs, just set
+ | this option to an empty string and we'll take care of the rest.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'index' => 'index.php',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Application Key
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | This key is used by the encryption and cookie classes to generate secure
+ | encrypted strings and hashes. It is extremely important that this key
+ | remain secret and should not be shared with anyone. Make it about 32
+ | characters of random gibberish.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'key' => 'YourSecretKeyGoesHere!',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Profiler Toolbar
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | Laravel includes a beautiful profiler toolbar that gives you a heads
+ | up display of the queries and logs performed by your application.
+ | This is wonderful for development, but, of course, you should
+ | disable the toolbar for production applications..
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'profiler' => false,
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Application Character Encoding
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | The default character encoding used by your application. This encoding
+ | will be used by the Str, Text, Form, and any other classes that need
+ | to know what type of encoding to use for your awesome application.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'encoding' => 'UTF-8',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Application Language
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | The default language of your application. This language will be used by
+ | Lang library as the default language when doing string localization.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'language' => 'en',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | SSL Link Generation
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | Many sites use SSL to protect their users data. However, you may not be
+ | able to use SSL on your development machine, meaning all HTTPS will be
+ | broken during development.
+ |
+ | For this reason, you may wish to disable the generation of HTTPS links
+ | throughout your application. This option does just that. All attempts
+ | to generate HTTPS links will generate regular HTTP links instead.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'ssl' => true,
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Application Timezone
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | The default timezone of your application. The timezone will be used when
+ | Laravel needs a date, such as when writing to a log file or travelling
+ | to a distant star at warp speed.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'timezone' => 'UTC',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Class Aliases
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | Here, you can specify any class aliases that you would like registered
+ | when Laravel loads. Aliases are lazy-loaded, so feel free to add!
+ |
+ | Aliases make it more convenient to use namespaced classes. Instead of
+ | referring to the class using its full namespace, you may simply use
+ | the alias defined here.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'aliases' => array(
+ 'Auth' => 'Laravel\\Auth',
+ 'Authenticator' => 'Laravel\\Auth\\Drivers\\Driver',
+ 'Asset' => 'Laravel\\Asset',
+ 'Autoloader' => 'Laravel\\Autoloader',
+ 'Blade' => 'Laravel\\Blade',
+ 'Bundle' => 'Laravel\\Bundle',
+ 'Cache' => 'Laravel\\Cache',
+ 'Config' => 'Laravel\\Config',
+ 'Controller' => 'Laravel\\Routing\\Controller',
+ 'Cookie' => 'Laravel\\Cookie',
+ 'Crypter' => 'Laravel\\Crypter',
+ 'DB' => 'Laravel\\Database',
+ 'Eloquent' => 'Laravel\\Database\\Eloquent\\Model',
+ 'Event' => 'Laravel\\Event',
+ 'File' => 'Laravel\\File',
+ 'Filter' => 'Laravel\\Routing\\Filter',
+ 'Form' => 'Laravel\\Form',
+ 'Hash' => 'Laravel\\Hash',
+ 'HTML' => 'Laravel\\HTML',
+ 'Input' => 'Laravel\\Input',
+ 'IoC' => 'Laravel\\IoC',
+ 'Lang' => 'Laravel\\Lang',
+ 'Log' => 'Laravel\\Log',
+ 'Memcached' => 'Laravel\\Memcached',
+ 'Paginator' => 'Laravel\\Paginator',
+ 'Profiler' => 'Laravel\\Profiling\\Profiler',
+ 'URL' => 'Laravel\\URL',
+ 'Redirect' => 'Laravel\\Redirect',
+ 'Redis' => 'Laravel\\Redis',
+ 'Request' => 'Laravel\\Request',
+ 'Response' => 'Laravel\\Response',
+ 'Route' => 'Laravel\\Routing\\Route',
+ 'Router' => 'Laravel\\Routing\\Router',
+ 'Schema' => 'Laravel\\Database\\Schema',
+ 'Section' => 'Laravel\\Section',
+ 'Session' => 'Laravel\\Session',
+ 'Str' => 'Laravel\\Str',
+ 'Task' => 'Laravel\\CLI\\Tasks\\Task',
+ 'URI' => 'Laravel\\URI',
+ 'Validator' => 'Laravel\\Validator',
+ 'View' => 'Laravel\\View',
+ ),
+
+);
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+<?php
+
+return array(
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Default Authentication Driver
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | Laravel uses a flexible driver-based system to handle authentication.
+ | You are free to register your own drivers using the Auth::extend
+ | method. Of course, a few great drivers are provided out of
+ | box to handle basic authentication simply and easily.
+ |
+ | Drivers: 'fluent', 'eloquent'.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'driver' => 'eloquent',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Authentication Username
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | Here you may specify the database column that should be considered the
+ | "username" for your users. Typically, this will either be "username"
+ | or "email". Of course, you're free to change the value to anything.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'username' => 'email',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Authentication Password
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | Here you may specify the database column that should be considered the
+ | "password" for your users. Typically, this will be "password" but,
+ | again, you're free to change the value to anything you see fit.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'password' => 'password',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Authentication Model
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | When using the "eloquent" authentication driver, you may specify the
+ | model that should be considered the "User" model. This model will
+ | be used to authenticate and load the users of your application.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'model' => 'User',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Authentication Table
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | When using the "fluent" authentication driver, the database table used
+ | to load users may be specified here. This table will be used in by
+ | the fluent query builder to authenticate and load your users.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'table' => 'users',
+
+);
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+<?php
+
+return array(
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Cache Driver
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | The name of the default cache driver for your application. Caching can
+ | be used to increase the performance of your application by storing any
+ | commonly accessed data in memory, a file, or some other storage.
+ |
+ | A variety of great drivers are available for you to use with Laravel.
+ | Some, like APC, are extremely fast. However, if that isn't an option
+ | in your environment, try file or database caching.
+ |
+ | Drivers: 'file', 'memcached', 'apc', 'redis', 'database'.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'driver' => 'file',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Cache Key
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | This key will be prepended to item keys stored using Memcached and APC
+ | to prevent collisions with other applications on the server. Since the
+ | memory based stores could be shared by other applications, we need to
+ | be polite and use a prefix to uniquely identifier our items.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'key' => 'laravel',
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Cache Database
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | When using the database cache driver, this database table will be used
+ | to store the cached item. You may also add a "connection" option to
+ | the array to specify which database connection should be used.
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'database' => array('table' => 'laravel_cache'),
+
+ /*
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ | Memcached Servers
+ |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ |
+ | The Memcached servers used by your application. Memcached is a free and
+ | open source, high-performance, distributed memory caching system. It is
+ | generic in nature but intended for use in speeding up web applications
+ | by alleviating database load.
+ |
+ | For more information, check out: http://memcached.org
+ |
+ */
+
+ 'memcached' => array(
+
+ array('host' => '127.0.0.1', 'port' => 11211, 'weight' => 100),
+
+ ),
+
+);
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