Using revIgniter with on-rev and multiple sites/domains

Keith Clarke keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Mon Aug 15 02:17:34 EDT 2011


...OK, thanks again Ralf - great to know that it's that easy!

I can feel a little LC script exercise - to teach myself about file renaming in nested folders - coming on. ;-)
Best,
Keith.. 

On 14 Aug 2011, at 21:54, Ralf Bitter wrote:

> Keith,
> 
> to use the latest version (1.4b) of revIgniter with the
> latest version of the server engine on On-Rev you
> currently need to change the extensions of all files to .lc
> (sorry for the inconvenience).
> Note: This applies to revIgniter installations on On-Rev only.
> 
> The next revIgniter version will include the .lc extension.
> 
> 
> Ralf
> 
> 
> 
> On 14.08.2011, at 21:52, Keith Clarke wrote:
> 
>> ...great, thanks Ralf - for the clarification and for creating and sharing the fantastic revIgniter resource.
>> 
>> BTW are there any additional setup steps needed for work with LiveCode Server and .lc files rather revServer .irev environment - for example, does index.irev change to index.lc?
>> Best,
>> Keith..
>> 
>> On 14 Aug 2011, at 20:12, Ralf Bitter wrote:
>> 
>>> Hi Keith,
>>> 
>>> every addon domain needs it's own revIgniter installation.
>>> So, the revIgniter files go into public_html/yourAddonDomain.
>>> 
>>> Hope this helps.
>>> 
>>> Ralf
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> On 14.08.2011, at 16:01, Keith Clarke wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Hi folks,
>>>> When using revIgniter for on-rev, across multiple addon domains, where should the revIgniter files be installed? The revIgniter installation instructions state, at lines:
>>>> 
>>>> '2. Upload the revIgniter folders and files to your server. Normally the index.irev file will be at your root.'
>>>> 
>>>> '3. Open the application/config/config.irev file with a text editor and set your base URL.
>>>> 
>>>> The latter seems to imply a per-site implementation, so it seems that the 'root' cited in line 2 does not mean the docroot of mydomain at on-rev.com. So, do the revIgniter files go into the addon domain's docroot or webroot (public_html/)?
>>>> Best,
>>>> Keith.. 
>>>> 
> 
> 
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