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Configuration


Environment

myMVC needs to know which config files to load; therefore you will need to tell myMVC what Environment currently should be set as active. And this is done my setting the ENV variable MVC_ENV.

public/.env

in the public/ folder you will find a .env file.
There the MVC_ENV variable is declared.

# Environment
MVC_ENV=develop

Main config

/config/

Any file in this directory which has suffix .php will be required automatically (Attention: Reading A-Z). This is the right place to extend or overwrite the main config globally (for all modules), to place global policies and so on.

myMVC main config file

/config/_myMVC.php
  • you should not edit this file
  • if you want to change settings, override values in your own module config file

Module config file

syntax

modules/{moduleName}/etc/config/{moduleName}/config/{stage}.php

example: module=Foo, MVC_ENV=develop

modules/Foo/etc/config/Foo/config/develop.php

if you have set MVC_ENV to 'develop', the folder modules/Foo/etc/config/Foo/config/develop.php would then be created automatically at runtime if it does not exist.

Access MVC_* config values

you can access MVC configurations via Config Class.

For each Variable there is an identical getter.

syntax

Config::get_{MVC_VARIABLE}()

example

Config::get_MVC_BASE_PATH()

Alternativley you can access all MVC Configs via Registry.

alternative

Registry::get('MVC_BASE_PATH');