reason_package/reason_4.0/www/local not created reliably in setup #4

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natepixel opened this Issue Nov 2, 2011 · 1 comment

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natepixel commented Nov 2, 2011

Reason uses a special .htaccess rule and a folder called local within its reason_package/reason_4.0/www/ folder to allow someone to create local resources that can be addressed with the same URL as something in the core. This allows the user to either override core UI images / css / assets, or add their own web available resources needed for local code.

It looks like the setup script isn't creating the folder "local" even when it has the right privileges. Furthermore, it isn't giving a very information message about how that folder can be manually created, instead referring the user to the documentation.

Instead, we should do the following:

  1. Try to create the local folder.
  2. If we cannot, then tell the installer the path where the folder "local" should be created so it can be done manually.

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Reason 4.1 actually has this folder and an .htaccess rule to use it precreated in the repo so the setup script no longer has to create these resources.

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natepixel commented Feb 6, 2012

Reason 4.1 actually has this folder and an .htaccess rule to use it precreated in the repo so the setup script no longer has to create these resources.

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