Smarty

    How to create a project with Smarty?

    Smarty is a template engine for PHP, facilitating the separation of presentation (HTML/CSS) from application logic. This implies that PHP code is application logic, and is separated from the presentation. If you are using the Native installer, to start a project with Smarty, it is necessary to start the BitNami Console. If you are using a Virtual Appliance or AMI, you can run the commands below directly.

    These are the files that you can find in the frameworks/smarty folder:

    demo  libs  sample  README  COPYING.lib  change_log.txt
    

    You can check the "sample" or "demo" folders to know the folder structure of a smarty application. In this case, if you want to enable the "sample" application, you should uncomment the following line at the end of the installdir/apache2/conf/httpd.conf file:

    Include "installdir/frameworks/smarty/conf/smarty.conf"
    

    Then restart the Apache server and point your browser at http://your_domain/smarty. You can use the graphical Manager Tool or using the following command line:

    ./ctlscript.sh restart apache
    

    You can see the the following message:

    Hello, BitNami!
    Smarty Installation test...
    Testing template directory...
    /home/bitrock/lampstack-5.3.16-1/frameworks/smarty/sample/templates is OK.
    Testing compile directory...
    /home/bitrock/lampstack-5.3.16-1/frameworks/smarty/sample/templates_c is OK.
    Testing plugins directory...
    /home/bitrock/lampstack-5.3.16-1/frameworks/smarty/libs/plugins is OK.
    Testing cache directory...
    /home/bitrock/lampstack-5.3.16-1/frameworks/smarty/sample/cache is OK.
    Testing configs directory...
    /home/bitrock/lampstack-5.3.16-1/frameworks/smarty/sample/configs is OK.
    Testing sysplugin files...
    ... OK
    Testing plugin files...
    ... OK
    Tests complete.
    

    You can find more info about Smarty at http://www.smarty.net/quick_install

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