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[solved] [1.5.4] Can't override FrontController


stratboy
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I know there are similar questions, but none of them can solve my problem.

 

I placed a FrontController.php file in /override/classes/controller/

 

It contains this code:

 

	Class FrontController extends FrontControllerCore{
	public function displayHeader(){
		if(!self::$initialized) $this->init();

		$this->context->smarty->assign('test_ok','okok');

		return parent::displayHeader();	  
	}
}//end FrontController

 

 

From my custom theme, in header.tpl I placed a test code like this

 

	{$test_ok}

 

And get this:

 

Notice: Undefined index: test_ok in [...]/cache/smarty/compile/81/a3/76/81a3760f9c0cb8c9ff677a0e7b59d8962cdaaeda.file.header.tpl.php on line 147

 

Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in [...]/cache/smarty/compile/81/a3/76/81a3760f9c0cb8c9ff677a0e7b59d8962cdaaeda.file.header.tpl.php on line 147

 

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I also tried to assign that smarty var directly in FrontControllerCore.php (only just to test) but got the same notice.

 

...And of course tried to clean class_index and all the smarty cache

 

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UPDATE: I succeeded in get the ovverride recognized, meaning that now I can read this in class_index:

'FrontController' => 'override/classes/controller/FrontController.php', 'FrontControllerCore' => 'classes/controller/FrontController.php'

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NEW UPDATE: I can see the smarty variable IF I assign it in initHeader() INSTEAD of displayHeader() or init().

 

Why can't I use that 2 methods? Isn't quite strange? Can someone explain the mechanics of this behaviour?

Edited by stratboy (see edit history)

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It appers to be a cache problem,

 

In the performance options choose the option "force compilation" for templates and deactivate cache too.

 

Hi, done, but it didn't work.

 

Anyway, someway, now as I wrote I have the override recognized. And, NEW UPDATE: I can see the smarty variable IF I assign it in initHeader() INSTEAD of displayHeader() or init().

 

Why doesn't it work in displayHeader() or init()?

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