[horde] Install Horde from Git
jonathan at findyourfans.com
Fri Mar 26 20:57:22 UTC 2010
On Fri, 26 Mar 2010 14:42:01 -0600, Michael M Slusarz <slusarz at horde.org>
> Quoting Jonathan Rogers <jonathan at findyourfans.com>:
>> The only line like that in my horde/config/conf.php is the one at the
>> end, after the "YOU SHOULDN'T CHANGE ANTHING BELOW THIS LINE." line. I
>> started with "$conf['log']['enabled'] = false;" from the conf.php.dist.
>> just changed it to true, but that doesn't seem to have any effect on
> Are you absolutely sure you are using the most up to date git version?
> There have been a bunch of fixes this week for precisely this issue
> - namely errors that occur during the initialization process (they are
> tricky to report, since the error reporting framework is not yet fully
> initialized - classic chicken and egg issue).
I first tried install from git yesterday and couldn't get past the log
level error. What was incredibly bizarre was that today, I tried loading
test.php again without changing any horde settings and I suddenly didn't
get the log level error. The only thing I can think of was that I had
changed some Apache or PHP setting which didn't take effect immediately,
though I was sure I had reloaded the Apache configuration at the time.
However, I then made the mistake of running git pull and all kinds of new
things broke. I realized the framework libraries had probably gotten out
sync with the horde package, so I removed all of the framework packages I
had installed using the "bin/pear_batch_install" script yesterday. Then, I
used the install_framework script to install symlinks in a directory
"libs" under the horde module's as recommended by
<URL:http://wiki.horde.org/Doc/Dev/FrameworkH4> and added that directory
the PHP include_path.
So right now, I'm back to getting a "Bad log level" page from
but at least now there's more detail on that page compared to what I got
So, to answer your question, the git checkout is definitely very up to
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