I am getting the weirdest of errors and can’t figure it out. When changing page status in the Panel from
listed, I receive the error:
Argument 1 passed to Kirby\Cms\App::extendHooks() must be of the type array, boolean given, called in /home/sg/myproject/kirby/src/Cms/AppPlugins.php on line 102
Issue occurs both in production and on my local Valet Linux system.
Now, after quite some detective work (and with pointers from a recent issue), I narrowed it down to the routes/hooks setup in my config. I have included them as follows in
<?php return [ 'routes' => require_once 'routes.php', 'hooks' => require_once 'hooks.php',
Each of these files returns an array, e.g.
<?php return [ [ 'pattern' => 'en/(:all)',
What is interesting is that the error disappears as soon as I move the routes and hooks into the
'routes' => [ [ 'pattern' => 'en/(:all)',
etc. works just fine. So the problem is “fixed” now (by moving the rules into my main
config.php, which in consequence looks rather cluttered) but I wonder what is the problem here? Am I missing something? And, as far as I can tell, this only occured since I recently updated to 3.4, since this setup has been working fine for over a year. Are there any new requirements for includes in config.php that require a change?
Scratching my head,