Log message #4132652

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# Apr 16th, 14:42 dereuromark See https://github.com/cakephp/app/pull/592
# Apr 16th, 14:42 neon1024 Seems the core component ;)
# Apr 16th, 14:42 neon1024 `Deprecated (16384): RequestHandlerComponent::beforeRedirect() is deprecated. This functionality will be removed in 4.0.0. Set the `enableBeforeRedirect` option to `false` to disable this warning. - /Users/matt/Sites/breakdownapi/vendor/cakephp/cakephp/src/Event/EventManager.php, line: 353 [CORE/src/Core/functions.php, line 305]`
# Apr 16th, 14:41 jeremyharris oh interesting. what method?
# Apr 16th, 14:41 neon1024 As the call stack is for the debugger and not the thing which generated the original exception
# Apr 16th, 14:41 neon1024 Quite confusing, when the debugger is throwing a runtime for deprecation
# Apr 16th, 14:40 neon1024 SO the actual error is hidden
# Apr 16th, 14:40 neon1024 The error my colleague has seems to be that the core itsself is using a deprecated method, which then is throwing a new exception
# Apr 16th, 14:38 jeremyharris check out this: https://book.cakephp.org/3.0/en/appendices/3-6-migration-guide.html#disabling-deprecation-warnings
# Apr 16th, 14:37 neon1024 Perhaps that’s what they’re seeing then
# Apr 16th, 14:37 jeremyharris yes
# Apr 16th, 14:36 neon1024 I didn’t try it yet
# Apr 16th, 14:36 neon1024 Is this the release which throws runtime exceptions for deprecations?
# Apr 16th, 14:36 jeremyharris you can disable deprecations for now, and slowly correct them with rector/manually
# Apr 16th, 14:36 neon1024 Like, upgrade and the site won’t even render kind of exploding
# Apr 16th, 14:35 neon1024 My colleagues are telling me that upgrading to 3.6 is exploding everything
# Apr 16th, 14:35 neon1024 Did anyone do a Rector for Cake 3.6 yet? -> https://github.com/rectorphp/rector
# Apr 16th, 14:27 dereuromark and yeah, it will need more stuff to be added, it is rather incomplete.
# Apr 16th, 14:27 dereuromark see my blog post
# Apr 16th, 14:24 mikesmoniker Has anyone looked at / tried `rectorphp/rector`? I see a partial config for Cake 3.6 that I may look into expanding.
# Apr 16th, 13:19 xinobi I can see crabstudio > src / ... under vendor also added Plugin::load('Recaptcha'); under bootstrap.php
# Apr 16th, 13:14 xinobi Error: Create the class RecaptchaHelper below in file: src/View/Helper/RecaptchaHelper.php
# Apr 16th, 13:14 xinobi I'm using initializer to $this->loadComponent('Recaptcha.Recaptcha', [ ... ]
# Apr 16th, 13:13 xinobi I'm using https://github.com/agiletechvn/Recaptcha after all instructions I find my self with: Error: RecaptchaHelper could not be found.
# Apr 16th, 12:03 spencdev Good morning!
# Apr 16th, 11:06 neon1024 Afternoon everyone
# Apr 16th, 09:50 edgaras.jan but still check date in validator
# Apr 16th, 09:50 edgaras.jan there is min attribute `<input type="date" name="bday" min="2000-01-02">`, so add today date
# Apr 16th, 09:15 portilloster I´m trying this but it´s not working: echo $this->Form->control('FechaAltaSolicitud',[array('rule' => array('comparison','<', date()), 'message' => 'Dates cannot be in the past.')]);
# Apr 16th, 09:14 portilloster Hi guys, is there a simply way to validate a date from the form that cannot be in the past?
# Apr 16th, 08:45 joopm is that right that,if i use loadModel('ModelName');....and make a query statement for the foregn models the Query interface willl be used to pass elements between models ?
# Apr 16th, 08:44 joopm hello
# Apr 16th, 07:23 djmenkveld I'm using CakePHP 2.x
# Apr 16th, 07:23 djmenkveld Hi all, I'm getting a 'Call to a member function searchCustomer() on null' when I call a function of another controller and that controller function calls a function of a component... Anybody an idea? (if I call the component function directly in my controller it executes)
# Apr 16th, 05:05 prasanna.venkat did anyone know how to use map reduce?
# Apr 16th, 05:04 prasanna.venkat hi
# Apr 15th, 19:09 stalkerxxl I thought that login - for guests for auth.users - logout
# Apr 15th, 19:02 saeideng logout can be a public action
# Apr 15th, 18:54 stalkerxxl File uploaded https://cakesf.slack.com/files/UA5RA3X9V/FA6D9FZUG/image.png / https://slack-files.com/T053DPNCM-FA6D9FZUG-63e3c4caaa
# Apr 15th, 18:53 stalkerxxl The documentation says that you need to allow unauthorized users to add and logout actions $ this-> Auth-> allow (['add', 'logout']); Why does an unauthorized user - action logout? Is this a bug in the documentation or am I misunderstanding something?
# Apr 15th, 18:53 stalkerxxl Hi guys!