The entry script is the bootstrap PHP script that handles user requests initially. It is the only PHP script that end users can directly request to execute.
In most cases, the entry script of a Yii application contains code that is as simple as this:
// remove the following line when in production mode defined('YII_DEBUG') or define('YII_DEBUG',true); // include Yii bootstrap file require_once('path/to/yii/framework/yii.php'); // create application instance and run $configFile='path/to/config/file.php'; Yii::createWebApplication($configFile)->run();
The script first includes the Yii framework bootstrap file
then creates a Web application instance with the specified configuration
and runs it.
A Yii application can run in either debug or production mode, as determined by
the value of the constant
YII_DEBUG. By default, this constant value is defined
false, meaning production mode. To run in debug mode, define this
true before including the
yii.php file. Running the application
in debug mode is less efficient because it keeps many internal logs. On the
other hand, debug mode is also more helpful during the development stage
because it provides richer debugging information when an error occurs.
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using eclipse to debug Yii
For anyone just getting into PHP development, Eclipse is one good open source option for debugging your projects, including those that use the Yii Framework.
You need to use the PDT (PHP Dev Tools) plugin, and add the
yii/frameworkfolder directly into your Eclipse project in order to debug into the library. Don't just add it as an include library, you won't be able to add breakpoints if you reference it that way. (at least as of 10/09)
disable debug on production
when you using Yii booster or bootstrap don't forgot to switch off debug mode when you giving demo or on production.
it slows app much when debug mode is off.
other than this app developed with Yii runs fastest.
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