$kirby->render() can be disabled temporarily by setting
This needs to be set before
$kirby->render() is called.
As an example, this is used by the Kirby CLI to load the
index.php without getting any output. This way, the CLI can access the correct
$kirby instance with all custom roots and options.
If one of your independent PHP scripts need access to the
$kirby instance in a similar way, you can require the
index.php like this …