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Can tasks be executed from the command line without oil
Is there a way I can execute a task without using oil. If so could I still use the FuelPHP framework / MVC mechanism? If so how/what would need to bootstrap the framework.
I never try to use tasks but I think that you should look after CRON tasks on server
With this you can fire planned commands !
A task is a commandline controller, you can't run it without bootstrapping the framework.
What is the problem with using oil? It is just a few lines long frontloader?
I don't usually use it for anything else. Why not create another entry point (similar to index.php and bootstrap.php) but for CLI /tasks - as opposed to invoking a 'special tool' (Oil)
or perhaps add a script which could be included at the top of each task..... that way you could just go
php tasks/mytask.php <parameters>
oil is a separate entry point, it contains the same startup code as index.php.
Please explain to me what you think the difference will be between
oil r mytask <parameters>
Both have to do exactly the same thing, you are just making it a lot complexer.
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