Make application.mode case-insensitive for 'play run'
the value is not case sensitive, so you might use the configuration
application.mode=DEV. However, for the
application.py does case-sensitive
means upper-case values are ignored.
One result of this is that when you run an application with
application.mode=DEV then Play says
running Play! in DEV mode but does not listen for Java
debugger connections (no
Listening for transport dt_socket at
address: 8000 output).
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(from [7621ea29480ee41e1527b3b370f3819945822d49]) [#1044] compare lowercased configuration value to properly set PROD or DEV mode https://github.com/playframework/play/commit/7621ea29480ee41e1527b3...
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