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<?php
/**
* Do not edit anything in this file unless you know what you're doing
*/
use Roots\Sage\Config;
use Roots\Sage\Container;
/**
* Helper function for prettying up errors
* @param string $message
* @param string $subtitle
* @param string $title
*/
$sage_error = function ($message, $subtitle = '', $title = '') {
$title = $title ?: __('Sage &rsaquo; Error', 'sage');
$footer = '<a href="https://roots.io/sage/docs/">roots.io/sage/docs/</a>';
$message = "<h1>{$title}<br><small>{$subtitle}</small></h1><p>{$message}</p><p>{$footer}</p>";
wp_die($message, $title);
};
/**
* Ensure compatible version of PHP is used
*/
if (version_compare('7.1', phpversion(), '>=')) {
$sage_error(__('You must be using PHP 7.1 or greater.', 'sage'), __('Invalid PHP version', 'sage'));
}
/**
* Ensure compatible version of WordPress is used
*/
if (version_compare('4.7.0', get_bloginfo('version'), '>=')) {
$sage_error(__('You must be using WordPress 4.7.0 or greater.', 'sage'), __('Invalid WordPress version', 'sage'));
}
/**
* Ensure dependencies are loaded
*/
if (!class_exists('Roots\\Sage\\Container')) {
if (!file_exists($composer = __DIR__.'/../vendor/autoload.php')) {
$sage_error(
__('You must run <code>composer install</code> from the Sage directory.', 'sage'),
__('Autoloader not found.', 'sage')
);
}
require_once $composer;
}
/**
* Sage required files
*
* The mapped array determines the code library included in your theme.
* Add or remove files to the array as needed. Supports child theme overrides.
*/
array_map(function ($file) use ($sage_error) {
$file = "../app/{$file}.php";
if (!locate_template($file, true, true)) {
$sage_error(sprintf(__('Error locating <code>%s</code> for inclusion.', 'sage'), $file), 'File not found');
}
}, ['helpers', 'setup', 'filters', 'admin']);
/**
* Here's what's happening with these hooks:
* 1. WordPress initially detects theme in themes/sage/resources
* 2. Upon activation, we tell WordPress that the theme is actually in themes/sage/resources/views
* 3. When we call get_template_directory() or get_template_directory_uri(), we point it back to themes/sage/resources
*
* We do this so that the Template Hierarchy will look in themes/sage/resources/views for core WordPress themes
* But functions.php, style.css, and index.php are all still located in themes/sage/resources
*
* This is not compatible with the WordPress Customizer theme preview prior to theme activation
*
* get_template_directory() -> /srv/www/example.com/current/web/app/themes/sage/resources
* get_stylesheet_directory() -> /srv/www/example.com/current/web/app/themes/sage/resources
* locate_template()
* ├── STYLESHEETPATH -> /srv/www/example.com/current/web/app/themes/sage/resources/views
* └── TEMPLATEPATH -> /srv/www/example.com/current/web/app/themes/sage/resources
*/
array_map(
'add_filter',
['theme_file_path', 'theme_file_uri', 'parent_theme_file_path', 'parent_theme_file_uri'],
array_fill(0, 4, 'dirname')
);
Container::getInstance()
->bindIf('config', function () {
return new Config([
'assets' => require dirname(__DIR__).'/config/assets.php',
'theme' => require dirname(__DIR__).'/config/theme.php',
'view' => require dirname(__DIR__).'/config/view.php',
]);
}, true);
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