You can also define them in your bash session like this:
- export SS_DATABASE_NAME=mydb
- export SS_BASE_URL=http://mysite.com
You can pass as many env variable as you want.
If you are using the CLI without a .env file you should be able to pass environement variable like this:
SS_DATABASE_NAME=mydb sake dev/build
@manueltomasir Are you tracking your theme/default as a separate package or through your main project?
I'll be in Dunedin on July 26 and I would be keen to catch up with SilverStripe developers and users. I'd love to hear feedback – the good, the bad, and the ugly – on how we can improve SilverStripe and see how you guys are using the product.
If you would be keen to pick the brain of core committer for a bit, get in touch.
Also, it's probably worth noting that hosting HTML files in your assets is a bit of a security risk, because that could allow someone who gain unauthorised access to your site to host illicit content.
Otherwise NightJar is right that you'll need to enable legacy filenames to get it working in 4.3.