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Re: built-in installer? [message #3641 is a reply to message #3637] Fri, 05 April 2013 11:08 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
DannyBoyPoker is currently offline  DannyBoyPoker
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I've installed everything, and it looks very nice, sample apps and all. I want to appreciate the extent of all this. Looking back over my post, I could have focused up a bit, but I have a point to make, that first impressions maybe count for more than they should. If the point here, is whether I can read, then, well, actually, *I* can be bothered to follow the installation instructions, no problem. I get what I am dealing with here, I'm experienced with web frameworks, I'm an old hand with RTFM, I think, and indeed, I have successfully installed everything.

But, how hard would it be to automate some of this stuff? And, is it quite proper, to put sql files in these different locations? Now, I don't know, maybe it seems that it is. And, I wonder if the includes folder is the place to but configuration--maybe the root folder for that. Which might seem to be a quibble. I might change my mind. But I can clarify the matter of .htaccess, you certainly can rename a file to .htaccess in Windows, and there are multiple ways to do it. My favorite, is to use an ftp client.
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