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@DIEGOAURINO - Can't say I have. Not sure why that would affect whether
Auth works though? Sounds like a case sensitivity issue to me?
@FTIERSCH - Using OSX for development and Linux for the server.
Started a new conversation PHP Unit Not Catching Wrong Class Name On Dev?
So I have a unit test running that is checking for a page redirect and that the page is displaying some text. The test passes on my localhost as I'd expect and I can browse to the page. I noticed however when I uploaded the site to a server and browsed to the page I got a 500 Error and on digging in to it further it turned out I'd use
auth:: instead of
Auth:: and so I got a class not found error.
How come PHP Unit on my localhost still processes
auth:: correctly instead of providing a class error like the production server does? Is there a setting I can do somewhere that makes it process as strictly on my localhost as on the server?