Dreamweaver and WordPress: Dynamically-related files could not be resolved because the site definition is not correct for this server.

If you get this error:

Dynamically-related files could not be resolved because the site definition is not correct for this server.

when trying to integrate Dreamweaver and WordPress it may be down to your Permalink Settings not being Default.

You may have Custom Structure set. This breaks Dreamweaver integration.

Debugging ‘git fetch’ on Windows 7

Assuming you’re using PowerShell:

1. Set GIT_TRACE=1

$env:GIT_TRACE = 1

NOTE: for more debug info use: GIT_CURL_VERBOSE=1

2. Check this is set by viewing the environment variable (use %% for cmd – see later):

> $Env:GIT_TRACE
1

3. Run your ‘git fetch’ with whatever remote you’ve defined. See notes on defining a remote repo.

git fetch <your-remote-nickname>

4. You should now see TRACE output like this:

trace: run_command: ‘ssh’…

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Notes:

1. If you haven’t defined a remote here’s how:

git init

git remote add <your remote nickname> <git@host:/path/to/repo.git>

Then check by listing your remote repos with:

git remote -v

2. If you’re using the Windows default shell then view an environment variable as follows:

echo %GIT_TRACE%