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File: aksara/Config/Constants.php
Role: Auxiliary script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Auxiliary script
Class: Aksara
A CodeIgniter based API and CRUD generator
Author: By
Last change: Initial commit for update 4.2.8

This commit replace the dependent configuration with newest CodeIgniter configuration (path /aksara/Config);

Changes for database migrations: Adds seeder to seeds the dummy data instead of writing it under migration.

Core and Model: Updating the missing placement for case insensitive query parameter;

String helper: remove unused parameter;

Touching the core javascript: /public/assets/local/require.min.js (add the missing array usage for css);

Minor updates for the core module
Date: 7 hours ago
Size: 3,589 bytes
 

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<?php

/*
 | --------------------------------------------------------------------
 | App Namespace
 | --------------------------------------------------------------------
 |
 | This defines the default Namespace that is used throughout
 | CodeIgniter to refer to the Application directory. Change
 | this constant to change the namespace that all application
 | classes should use.
 |
 | NOTE: changing this will require manually modifying the
 | existing namespaces of App\* namespaced-classes.
 */
defined('APP_NAMESPACE') || define('APP_NAMESPACE', 'App');

/*
 | --------------------------------------------------------------------------
 | Composer Path
 | --------------------------------------------------------------------------
 |
 | The path that Composer's autoload file is expected to live. By default,
 | the vendor folder is in the Root directory, but you can customize that here.
 */
defined('COMPOSER_PATH') || define('COMPOSER_PATH', ROOTPATH . 'vendor/autoload.php');

/*
 |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
 | Timing Constants
 |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
 |
 | Provide simple ways to work with the myriad of PHP functions that
 | require information to be in seconds.
 */
defined('SECOND') || define('SECOND', 1);
defined('MINUTE') || define('MINUTE', 60);
defined('HOUR') || define('HOUR', 3600);
defined('DAY') || define('DAY', 86400);
defined('WEEK') || define('WEEK', 604800);
defined('MONTH') || define('MONTH', 2592000);
defined('YEAR') || define('YEAR', 31536000);
defined('DECADE') || define('DECADE', 315360000);

/*
 | --------------------------------------------------------------------------
 | Exit Status Codes
 | --------------------------------------------------------------------------
 |
 | Used to indicate the conditions under which the script is exit()ing.
 | While there is no universal standard for error codes, there are some
 | broad conventions. Three such conventions are mentioned below, for
 | those who wish to make use of them. The CodeIgniter defaults were
 | chosen for the least overlap with these conventions, while still
 | leaving room for others to be defined in future versions and user
 | applications.
 |
 | The three main conventions used for determining exit status codes
 | are as follows:
 |
 | Standard C/C++ Library (stdlibc):
 | http://www.gnu.org/software/libc/manual/html_node/Exit-Status.html
 | (This link also contains other GNU-specific conventions)
 | BSD sysexits.h:
 | http://www.gsp.com/cgi-bin/man.cgi?section=3&topic=sysexits
 | Bash scripting:
 | http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/exitcodes.html
 |
 */
defined('EXIT_SUCCESS') || define('EXIT_SUCCESS', 0); // no errors
defined('EXIT_ERROR') || define('EXIT_ERROR', 1); // generic error
defined('EXIT_CONFIG') || define('EXIT_CONFIG', 3); // configuration error
defined('EXIT_UNKNOWN_FILE') || define('EXIT_UNKNOWN_FILE', 4); // file not found
defined('EXIT_UNKNOWN_CLASS') || define('EXIT_UNKNOWN_CLASS', 5); // unknown class
defined('EXIT_UNKNOWN_METHOD') || define('EXIT_UNKNOWN_METHOD', 6); // unknown class member
defined('EXIT_USER_INPUT') || define('EXIT_USER_INPUT', 7); // invalid user input
defined('EXIT_DATABASE') || define('EXIT_DATABASE', 8); // database error
defined('EXIT__AUTO_MIN') || define('EXIT__AUTO_MIN', 9); // lowest automatically-assigned error code
defined('EXIT__AUTO_MAX') || define('EXIT__AUTO_MAX', 125); // highest automatically-assigned error code

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