The initial version of my latest project, MacServ, has just been deployed.
MacServ is intended to model the work-flow at Mac-Sys and to replace the existing paperwork.
Deployment was scheduled for close-of-play yesterday and I thought I was home clear: I’d uploaded the scripts, configured the database and at a quick glance things appeared to be working. I was getting ready to leave the office and hit the gym only for one of the staff to discover that one of the apps controllers wasn’t operational…
I cranked up the debug level of the framework and it looked like a conflict between the version of PHP in use with the hosting provider and that which I’m running on my development machine. A few minutes fiddling with the
.htaccess this morning got the problem resolved and we put the system through its paces.
I now have my latest list of required tweaks and from here on in it’s going to be an endless process of reworking, enhancement and bug-fixing.
I feel a bit strange, having people use the fruits of my labour, but I am relieved to have brought MacServ to its current stage of development. Even if I’m pretty much sick of the sight of it by now