Support » Plugin: WP MVC » Can’t use wpmvc

  • Resolved erisal

    (@erisal)


    Hi,
    I’ve a WordPress local project with wp-mvc actived.
    I use wamp server on Windows and phpstorm as IDE.
    When I try to use >php wpmvc command, I obtain this message :

    mvc_core_path=”$(dirname $0)/core/”
    # Allow for a custom path to the PHP executable to be set in $WPMVC_PHP
    if [ -n “$WPMVC_PHP” ]; then
    eval “${WPMVC_PHP} -q ${mvc_core_path}wpmvc.php $@”
    else
    php -q “${mvc_core_path}wpmvc.php” “$@”
    fi

    I don’t understand how to solve this issue in your doc.
    Can you help me, please ?

    Best Regards
    Eric.

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  • Hi,
    Maybe you can try the wpmvc.bat ?
    “Using the utility on a Windows machine
    If you are using a Windows machine, you can run the DOS version of this utility by replacing ./wpmvc with wpmvc.bat in the commands in the following sections. You’ll need to cd into the wp-mvc directory first, though:
    cd path\to\plugins\wp-mvc”
    Source: http://wpmvc.org/documentation/creating_plugins/generating_code.html

    Hi,
    I’ve already do it and all that’s in the documentation.
    But thanks for your reply.

    Hi,

    can you call >php -v
    ?
    If you dont get current php version and further infos, it seems your PHP path is not globaly(system variables) known. Or there is a other reason wy php can not be executed the way you use it.

    Yes I can call >php -v :

    PHP 7.2.10 (cli) (built: Sep 13 2018 00:48:27) ( ZTS MSVC15 (Visual C++ 2017) x64 )
    Copyright (c) 1997-2018 The PHP Group
    Zend Engine v3.2.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2018 Zend Technologies

    Plugin Author Robert Peake

    (@robertpeake)

    I’m sorry to say Windows installations aren’t very well supported these days. However, if you would like to contribute an improvement for Windows servers to the codebase, that is always welcome: https://github.com/tombenner/wp-mvc

    san0712

    (@san43510)

    @erisal Check if mysql is running. Or else, you’ll see a html output which contains ‘Database Error’

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