kandi X-RAY | cphalcon Summary
kandi X-RAY | cphalcon Summary
Phalcon is an open source web framework delivered as a C extension for the PHP language providing high performance and lower resource consumption.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Optimizes the given scalar expression .
- Delete a package
- Query the api .
- Clean a directory .
- Get outdated packages
- Autoload a class
- Normalize file path .
- Register the SPL autoloader .
cphalcon Key Features
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Trending Discussions on cphalcon
If run the usual download and, then run install, what I get reports '4.0.0-alpha.3' as the version.
How do I get version 3.4.3? I am updating a production server so the alpha version is a non-starter.
Commands I Executed:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-01 at 20:42
You need to build the 3.4.3 branch instead of the master branch, which is currently at version 4.0.x. You can either download the code for 3.4.3, or, if you want to continue to use git, you can checkout the 3.4.x branch after you clone the repo. The 3.4.x branch is currently on version 3.4.3.
I'm trying to install phalcon on xampp or MAMP on macOS
please tell me how to install correctly phalcon on MAMP(I get the same errors during installation on XAMPP)
please, help me! I use php 7.3.7
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-25 at 10:22
Since version 4.0.0 Phalcon requires the PSR extension. The extension can be downloaded and compiled from this GitHub repository. Installation instructions are available on the
README file of the repository. Once the extension has been compiled and is available in your system, you will need to load it to your
php.ini. You will need to add this line:
currently I'm trying to connect a PHP App in Cloud Foundry with an Oracle Database. For this I need to build the binaries for php with the oci8 driver in order to use pdo_oci in my application. For this I'm using
with docker. This seems to work fine. However after this, I don't know how to move on.
I've read the Cloud Foundry Docs about custom Buildpacks ( https://docs.cloudfoundry.org/buildpacks/custom.html ). There they describe the creation of custom Buildpacks in three steps:
Ensure that you have installed the buildpack-packager.
Create a manifest.yml in your buildpack.
Run the packager in cached mode (...)
I've installed the buildpack-manager on my local machine and simply tried to run in against the binaries I've got from the binary builder. I thought it could working since there is a sources.yml file which looks similar to a manifest.yml...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-20 at 14:44
To build a custom PHP buildpack, typically done to include proprietary dependencies like Oracle or SQL Server drivers you can do the following.
Build PHP. This is done with binary-builder. Follow the instructions here. Build as many versions of PHP as you require. This will produce tgz files that contain the binaries.
Host your custom binaries on a web server. This could be local or public, it depends on your needs (see step #5) below.
Clone the PHP Buildpack and checkout one of the stable release tags. Do not build from master as that makes it really hard to know what you're getting or recreate your build. When in doubt, pick the latest tagged release.
manifest.ymlfile. If it already has entries for the versions of PHP that you built, you can just modify the
modules. You need to add in the additional extensions you compiled to the
moduleslist. For example, append
pdo_ocito that list. If you're compiling a version of PHP that doesn't existing in the manifest, copy an existing entry and edit all the properties. You can also adjust the manifest to change default versions of PHP or to remove versions you don't want and slim down the buildpack.
At this point, you can either commit your changes, push to a fork of the PHP buildpack and set
cf push -bto point to your fork, or alternatively, you can run the build pack packager and create a buildpack file. You can then take that and
cf update-buildpackin your foundation (requires admin permissions).
If you use
cf push -bthen the binaries you are hosting in step #2 must be accessible from the CF foundation where you are running your application. If you create and upload a buildpack, then the binaries only need to be accessible from the VM where you run build pack packager.
Hope that helps!
I am needing to pull content from a directory with config files. I need to copy the contents out of the config files into files on the docker container. Do I have to mount that folder as a volume on the docker container then unmount at the end?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-05 at 20:04
You need to just use the ADD command to add files from your local to the container:
I trying to get a php:apache server in a docker container with docker-compose to work. But after compose up I get following error message:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-23 at 14:38
Looks like you are exposing port 5001 from local machine to port 80 on the docker instance, but then you are defining your virtual host on port 5001. So your site-default.conf it probably should read:
Notice that the error is about /var/www/html/ (some Apache default directory) and not your own /usr/src/fileserver/public
I'm trying to build phalcon-2 on centos 6.9. php is 5.3.3, gcc (GCC) 4.4.7 20120313 (Red Hat 4.4.7-18)...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-09 at 14:51
The latest docs at time of writing recommend Phalcon-3.3 and state:
PHP >= 5.5
I am working on a newly created
Phalcon project, and I don't really know how to install
Twig 2.x in my
Phalcon 3.2.4 project.
I have tried to install
Twig via composer and then follow these steps: http://www.calinrada.com/using-twig-with-phalcon-php/ - But it doesn't work.
Also tried this: https://www.snip2code.com/Snippet/450288/USING-TWIG-WITH-PHALCON (With
git submodule and
git submodule too but it does not work).
is there a fresh guide to do this?
I really like
Volt, but it does not support for embedding blocks into other blocks (Please see: https://github.com/phalcon/cphalcon/issues/329).
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-11 at 03:15
You can use the incubator to load twig or mustache
No vulnerabilities reported
For detailed installation instructions you can check our installation page in the docs.
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