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Abspath defined #4743

merged 5 commits into from Mar 31, 2018


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janw-oostendorp commented Mar 23, 2018

janw-oostendorp added some commits Mar 22, 2018

Check if ABSPATH constant is defined before defining ABSPATH
If a `wp-cli.yml` has a _require_ in which the ABSPATH is defined wp-cli command will throw a notice.


         - abspath.php


    if ( ! defined( 'ABSPATH' ) ) {
	    define( 'ABSPATH', dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/custom_path/wp/' );

When would you want this? In short symlinks, if you include WordPress in a symlink.

WordPress tries to define the ABSPATH it uses wp-load.php and if it's in a symlink it will define the path baed on the actual location. Not the symlink path.
That will give a problem if the wp-config.php is one directory above wp-load.php.

👍 Looks good to my eyes. Thanks for including tests. I'll flag @schlessera for a second review.

@danielbachhuber danielbachhuber requested a review from schlessera Mar 30, 2018

@schlessera schlessera merged commit c1b431c into wp-cli:master Mar 31, 2018

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schlessera Mar 31, 2018


Thanks for the PR, @janw-oostendorp !


schlessera commented Mar 31, 2018

Thanks for the PR, @janw-oostendorp !

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