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I'm building a site that renders certain features using reusable classes. Unfortunately FileCompiler caches the files and my changes don't show up unless I clear the FileCompiler cache.
On top of that, when I try to use the wire() function inside a class it throws a "Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function wire()". I've tried playing with ProcessWire namespacing, but have come up short.
My files are structured as such:
app.php - Is included in my templates and loads classes as they're called with spl_autoload_register.
- classes/ExampleClass.class.php - Loaded by app.php
There is no reason for this to have happened, I was not working on anything related to this:
I deleted the site cache and it's still happening. The whole site is broken. This is what happened last time and I had to rebuild. Now I'll have to again. I really need to use version control this time for sure. But nonetheless, I wasn't even working on these files.
I have a question regarding the fileCompiler: is it possible to compile all files (templates + modules) with the filecompiler at once after a deploy (in a composerPostinstall for example) and disable it afterwards completely. The problem is, when i am deploying a new version to my instances, the cache folders might be replaced, so the files need to be recompiled when the first user is visiting the page after deployment. With that "pre-compilation" i want to prevent that the users have to wait for the filecompiler to compile.