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settings.local.php

<?php
// @codingStandardsIgnoreFile
/**
* @file
* Local development override configuration feature.
*
* To activate this feature, copy and rename it such that its path plus
* filename is 'sites/default/settings.local.php'. Then, go to the bottom of
* 'sites/default/settings.php' and uncomment the commented lines that mention
* 'settings.local.php'.
*
* If you are using a site name in the path, such as 'sites/example.com', copy
* this file to 'sites/example.com/settings.local.php', and uncomment the lines
* at the bottom of 'sites/example.com/settings.php'.
*/
/**
* Assertions.
*
* The Drupal project primarily uses runtime assertions to enforce the
* expectations of the API by failing when incorrect calls are made by code
* under development.
*
* @see http://php.net/assert
* @see https://www.drupal.org/node/2492225
*
* If you are using PHP 7.0 it is strongly recommended that you set
* zend.assertions=1 in the PHP.ini file (It cannot be changed from .htaccess
* or runtime) on development machines and to 0 in production.
*
* @see https://wiki.php.net/rfc/expectations
*/
assert_options(ASSERT_ACTIVE, TRUE);
\Drupal\Component\Assertion\Handle::register();
/**
* Enable local development services.
*/
$settings['container_yamls'][] = DRUPAL_ROOT . '/sites/development.services.yml';
/**
* Show all error messages, with backtrace information.
*
* In case the error level could not be fetched from the database, as for
* example the database connection failed, we rely only on this value.
*/
$config['system.logging']['error_level'] = 'verbose';
/**
* Disable CSS and JS aggregation.
*/
$config['system.performance']['css']['preprocess'] = FALSE;
$config['system.performance']['js']['preprocess'] = FALSE;
/**
* Disable the render cache.
*
* Note: you should test with the render cache enabled, to ensure the correct
* cacheability metadata is present. However, in the early stages of
* development, you may want to disable it.
*
* This setting disables the render cache by using the Null cache back-end
* defined by the development.services.yml file above.
*
* Only use this setting once the site has been installed.
*/
$settings['cache']['bins']['render'] = 'cache.backend.null';
/**
* Disable caching for migrations.
*
* Uncomment the code below to only store migrations in memory and not in the
* database. This makes it easier to develop custom migrations.
*/
$settings['cache']['bins']['discovery_migration'] = 'cache.backend.memory';
/**
* Disable Internal Page Cache.
*
* Note: you should test with Internal Page Cache enabled, to ensure the correct
* cacheability metadata is present. However, in the early stages of
* development, you may want to disable it.
*
* This setting disables the page cache by using the Null cache back-end
* defined by the development.services.yml file above.
*
* Only use this setting once the site has been installed.
*/
$settings['cache']['bins']['page'] = 'cache.backend.null';
/**
* Disable Dynamic Page Cache.
*
* Note: you should test with Dynamic Page Cache enabled, to ensure the correct
* cacheability metadata is present (and hence the expected behavior). However,
* in the early stages of development, you may want to disable it.
*/
$settings['cache']['bins']['dynamic_page_cache'] = 'cache.backend.null';
/**
* Allow test modules and themes to be installed.
*
* Drupal ignores test modules and themes by default for performance reasons.
* During development it can be useful to install test extensions for debugging
* purposes.
*/
# $settings['extension_discovery_scan_tests'] = TRUE;
/**
* Enable access to rebuild.php.
*
* This setting can be enabled to allow Drupal's php and database cached
* storage to be cleared via the rebuild.php page. Access to this page can also
* be gained by generating a query string from rebuild_token_calculator.sh and
* using these parameters in a request to rebuild.php.
*/
$settings['rebuild_access'] = TRUE;
/**
* Skip file system permissions hardening.
*
* The system module will periodically check the permissions of your site's
* site directory to ensure that it is not writable by the website user. For
* sites that are managed with a version control system, this can cause problems
* when files in that directory such as settings.php are updated, because the
* user pulling in the changes won't have permissions to modify files in the
* directory.
*/
$settings['skip_permissions_hardening'] = TRUE;
$config['stage_file_proxy.settings']['origin'] = '<url>';
$config['advagg.settings']['enabled'] = FALSE;
require_once DRUPAL_ROOT . '/modules/contrib/devel/kint/kint/Kint.class.php';
Kint::$maxLevels = 3;