=')) { error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE & ~E_DEPRECATED & ~E_STRICT & ~E_USER_NOTICE & ~E_USER_DEPRECATED); } else { error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE & ~E_STRICT & ~E_USER_NOTICE); } break; default: header('HTTP/1.1 503 Service Unavailable.', TRUE, 503); echo 'The application environment is not set correctly.'; exit(1); // EXIT_ERROR } /* *--------------------------------------------------------------- * SYSTEM FOLDER NAME *--------------------------------------------------------------- * * This variable must contain the name of your "system" folder. * Include the path if the folder is not in the same directory * as this file. */ $system_path = 'system'; /* *--------------------------------------------------------------- * APPLICATION FOLDER NAME *--------------------------------------------------------------- * * If you want this front controller to use a different "application" * folder than the default one you can set its name here. The folder * can also be renamed or relocated anywhere on your server. If * you do, use a full server path. For more info please see the user guide: * https://codeigniter.com/user_guide/general/managing_apps.html * * NO TRAILING SLASH! */ $application_folder = 'application'; /* *--------------------------------------------------------------- * VIEW FOLDER NAME *--------------------------------------------------------------- * * If you want to move the view folder out of the application * folder set the path to the folder here. The folder can be renamed * and relocated anywhere on your server. If blank, it will default * to the standard location inside your application folder. If you * do move this, use the full server path to this folder. * * NO TRAILING SLASH! */ $view_folder = ''; /* * -------------------------------------------------------------------- * DEFAULT CONTROLLER * -------------------------------------------------------------------- * * Normally you will set your default controller in the routes.php file. * You can, however, force a custom routing by hard-coding a * specific controller class/function here. For most applications, you * WILL NOT set your routing here, but it's an option for those * special instances where you might want to override the standard * routing in a specific front controller that shares a common CI installation. * * IMPORTANT: If you set the routing here, NO OTHER controller will be * callable. In essence, this preference limits your application to ONE * specific controller. Leave the function name blank if you need * to call functions dynamically via the URI. * * Un-comment the $routing array below to use this feature */ // The directory name, relative to the "controllers" folder. Leave blank // if your controller is not in a sub-folder within the "controllers" folder // $routing['directory'] = ''; // The controller class file name. Example: mycontroller // $routing['controller'] = ''; // The controller function you wis