Monday 27 February 2017 10:17:18 pm - 2 replies
Last year, I switched from developing on a dual-boot Windows and Linux machine to working on a Mac. During the transition, I felt my productivity slump: not only was I missing keyboard shortcuts that I had become very accustomed to (such as Alt+←, for instance), but some native MacOS behaviour drove me crazy (like ⌘+Tab cycling through applications rather than cycling through windows of all applications). I also found the Mac terminal to be lacking, missing important utilities, and running some outdated binaries. So, vowing to prove decisively the superiority of humans over machines, I decided to make my Mac Just Work* ™ * Like my PC used to.
Thursday 02 March 2017 5:59:01 pm
Quote from Donat Fritschy :
Thanks for this post with most useful tips!
Unfortunately it seems that the ScotchBox VM is not well prepared for eZ Publish. It's missing at least the ext-xsl PHP extension, and I had no luck in trying to add it the the VM.
Thanks for the read and feedback! I've been using ScotchBox quite a bit for eZ-related work and the only thing I've had to do is install eZ Components:
pear channel-discover components.ez.no
pear install -a ezc/eZComponents
That being said, if you find ScotchBox to be an unsuitable LAMP stack for your projects, you can replace it with one of a number of alternatives: https://atlas.hashicorp.com/boxes...3&sort=&provider=&q=lamp
You would simply replace the "scotch/box" in the Vagrantfile
config.vm.box = "scotch/box"
to the name of the alternative box, for instance,
config.vm.box = "smallhadroncollider/centos-6.4-lamp"
You can take it even one step further and create your own box from scratch, and then use that box as your starting point for all eZ projects.
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