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Old 1st May 2013, 18:22
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So If i don't want to hack the framework could it be a good way to move the vhost directory to web/public?
Thats one option that I considered for the next release to allow a subfolder for web as vhost docroot on the options tab. But it will bring back the issue that I described above, as soon as someone renames the public folder on the server, all websites on that server will fail. So if we add such a config options, then thats nothing that a ISP which hosts clients on the serverw ill be able to use.

There is no real solution for the issue, as long as apache has no function to exclude a single vhost when a docroot directory does not exist instead of the current behaviour which stops all sites in such a case.
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