Not a server I have access to AFIK.
Just ask me – I’ll probably get to it on Monday however. FYI:
This has been completed. You might want to consider gitignoring your sqlconf file – or using dotenv to store actual values. The composer files also cause the repo to become dirty – meaning I have to stash changes before doing anything – this isn’t good. FYI
The config file is not actually “configured” and is necessary at the moment for the installer, but the composer crap spammed all over the place is useless and messy junk, like a lot of other junk that has been carelessly allowed to junk up the code base.
Two things: 1 the sqlconf.php and other “configuration” files should, in fact be generated by the setup (no template needed) and .gitignored
Long term the most of ‘sites’ directory (or any dir that gets written to with a need for persistence) should NOT be part of the repo. If we ever want to containerize this we have to have clean separation for the parts.
- Application Code
- Configuration setting
- Persistent Storage (uploaded Docs, local templates, site menu changes, etc)
- Add-on Modules
You should be able to delete/replace #1 and #5 at anytime with a new container/codeset with out effecting the installation.
Yes. Let us try this experiment! We will call it…“The Common Sense Release”!