Feature: #99047 - Load site settings from separate settings.yaml¶
Site settings have been introduced with TYPO3 v10 as part of the configuration of a site. In contrast to the site configuration, they are mostly used to provide sane defaults for TypoScript constants and have a layer of arbitrary configuration available in any context.
In order to separate these settings from the system site configuration, make them
accessible and editable in the TYPO3 backend, and to distinguish between required
site configuration and optional settings, the "settings" part of the settings are
copied to a separate
settings.yaml file in the site configuration folder.
A migration wizard is provided as upgrade wizard to migrate settings into the new file.
Settings are not removed from the
config.yaml for now but will not
have any effect anymore as soon as a
Please review your settings in the
config.yaml and remove them
manually. Eventually, you need and/or want to adopt your deployment
Settings are now loaded from a separate file called
next to the
config.yaml of a site.
Executing the upgrade wizard will load all settings of a site and create that
file for the user. The migration wizard will not remove / rewrite the
config.yaml - the user should do that on their own, to avoid breaking