Tutorial Using Configs

Discussion in 'Resources' started by Jack Noordhuis, Apr 24, 2017.

  1. Primus

    Primus Zombie Pigman

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    It's called nested values.
    PHP:
    Config::getNested('category1.category2');
     
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  2. TestDevelopment

    TestDevelopment Spider Jockey

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    Better use this:
    PHP:
    // let's imagine there's a key in the config called join_message
    // and we search for JOIN_MESSAGE
    // if we set the second parameter to false, the exists function would return false thus the code inside the if statement won't run
    if(!$config->exists("JOIN_MESSAGE")){
        
    $this->getLogger()->info("key exists"); // it won't print "key exists" on the console
    }

    // let's try setting the second parameter to true
    if($config->exists("JOIN_MESSAGE")){
        
    $this->getLogger()->info("key exists"); // it will print "key exists" on the console
    }
     
  3. mmm545

    mmm545 Baby Zombie

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    what? i was just explaining what the second parameter does
     
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  4. Phqzing

    Phqzing Spider

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    How can I make it so instead if manually going to the .php file I can edit it through the config.yml?
     

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  5. HimbeersaftLP

    HimbeersaftLP Fish

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    You could try reading the post you're replying to...
     
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  6. GamingFR91

    GamingFR91 Spider Jockey

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    Anyone could explain how to register an Array in the Config for people that doesn't understand how to do it
     

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