How to grab error code when .env file does not exist?

Posted 11 months ago by Tetravalence

Hello, I would like my package to handle the Laravel request when .env file does not exist in the application directory and the web server sends the 500 error. Should I use both controller and view for this purpose or I have to register an Exception Handler?

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