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# Dec 3rd, 09:08 spriz @brian.french Here you can see a "full blown" app in `tests` :slightly_smiling_face: https://github.com/FriendsOfCake/crud/tree/master/tests
# Dec 3rd, 08:55 neon1024 I haven’t
# Dec 3rd, 08:53 turkles Has anyone seen this before?
# Dec 3rd, 08:53 turkles arghhhh I haven't touched cake in a while, and had to re-install php on my mac (brew, @7.3). my app is cake 3.8, and somehow my shell code is reading out all of the files in the Shell folder, rather than parsing them?
# Dec 3rd, 08:21 javier.villanueva morning all
# Dec 3rd, 08:00 jotpe Morning
# Dec 3rd, 07:40 dsar BC -> breaking changes
# Dec 3rd, 06:42 md.islam11 full meaning please
# Dec 3rd, 06:41 md.islam11 "BC" means???
# Dec 3rd, 06:41 md.islam11 4.x hidden BC break => migration guide #6075
# Dec 3rd, 06:41 md.islam11 Hello
# Dec 3rd, 06:38 brian.french examples.
# Dec 3rd, 06:38 brian.french I have, and I think I've come up with a good way to do this. Yeah awesome-cakephp is a great resource of example!
# Dec 3rd, 02:06 francisdoydora thanks, but I already have the ```->email('email')``` rule applied, but emails like gmail.con or yahoo.con still pass thru
# Dec 3rd, 02:01 brian.french I also require the email address on creation, though
# Dec 3rd, 02:01 brian.french Here's how I'm doing it in a 3.8.x app, which seems to work as expected: `$validator` `->email('email')` `->requirePresence('email', 'create')` `->notEmpty('email');`
# Dec 3rd, 01:53 francisdoydora is there any way to know that an email is valid before it can be saved to the database? I already set this in validation ```$validator ->email('email') ->allowEmptyString('email', null, false) ->add('email', 'validFormat', [ 'rule' => 'email', 'message' => 'E-mail must be valid' ]);``` but emails like gmail.con still pass thru
# Dec 3rd, 01:37 brian.french I haven't played with nginx. does it support .htaccess files?
# Dec 3rd, 01:36 slackebot plugin there. Would it be best to create a mock application under tests/test_app? I've seen that done, but i haven't seen any official documentation on how to do this.
# Dec 3rd, 01:36 brian.french So, Testing plugins question... what is the cake way to test your plugins from a standalone perspective, but as if it was running within a larger application? I tried importing the cakephp/app skeleton via composer, but the bootstrapping, etc. has been very hacky to get it to work, then the controller test within the plugin doesn't like to run correctly, since you can't modify the cakephp/app/src/Application.php's bootstrap to add the
# Dec 2nd, 22:49 daniel.upshaw I think the mixed case is growing on me, for the templates directory
# Dec 2nd, 20:39 dan_w my nginx settings look correct
# Dec 2nd, 20:39 dan_w cannot figure it out
# Dec 2nd, 20:38 dan_w hi everyone. I have a cakephp app on my nginx server and it works great. however, i also have another cakephp app for a subdomain on the same server and it works except for accessing files in webroot, gives me a jsController not found CssController not found etc. cakephp 3.8
# Dec 2nd, 19:30 ricksaccous @jotpe no problem dyud
# Dec 2nd, 19:30 jotpe `$query->contain(['Users' => ['Names'], 'Terminations'])` `->leftJoin('Terminations')` `->where(['OR' => ['Terminations.id IS' => NULL, 'Terminations.effective >=' => new DateTime()]]);`
# Dec 2nd, 19:29 jotpe Thanks @ricksaccous that's it:
# Dec 2nd, 19:14 ricksaccous Terminations.effective or whatever
# Dec 2nd, 19:14 ricksaccous and do the other one as well
# Dec 2nd, 19:14 ricksaccous i think you can do where Terminations.id IS NULL at that point
# Dec 2nd, 19:13 ricksaccous what the conditions are i dunno off the top of my head
# Dec 2nd, 19:13 ricksaccous $query->leftJoinWith('Terminations')->where([ 'OR' => [some conditions here]
# Dec 2nd, 19:12 ricksaccous if you want to do what you're doing
# Dec 2nd, 19:12 ricksaccous you would have to left join terminations and use an or statement or something
# Dec 2nd, 19:11 ricksaccous either you want ones without or want ones with
# Dec 2nd, 19:11 ricksaccous yeah those are both contradictory
# Dec 2nd, 19:11 jotpe `$query->contain(['Users' => ['Names'], 'Terminations'])` `->notMatching('Terminations')` `->matching('Terminations', function (Query $query) {` `return $query->where(['Terminations.effective >=' => new DateTime()]);` `});`
# Dec 2nd, 19:11 jotpe This does not work :slightly_smiling_face:
# Dec 2nd, 19:10 jotpe thanks @ricksaccous... and how can I combine matching and notMatching? E.g. I want all memberships without Termination OR with a Termination in future:
# Dec 2nd, 18:53 ricksaccous ;)
# Dec 2nd, 18:53 ricksaccous notMatching