I am trying to make a node have the alias "/libraries" but I get a Page Not Found error which looks to be returned before Drupal has fully bootstrapped (I don't get the usual Drupal 404).
I checked a few other sites and they seem to have the same issue. Is there some reason why I cannot use this alias in Drupal? Would it have anything to do with a "libraries" folder in the root of the project?
Edit: It does appear to be because I have a "libraries" directory in the docroot which contain various JS libraries for CKEditor and other modules that need them.
So what is the fix here? I assume if I change the directory to anything else, those plugin paths will break. I could add Libraries API maybe, but I don't know the status of that module, but it still means any module that has a
libraries.yml file that looks for
/libraries..../file.js still won't work.
In this actual case,
/libraries is a View (or could wind up being a node with a View block on it) that lists all libraries in the system, and thats what I want the URL to be.