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Andrew Fletcher
18 Aug 2022
This article works through the steps to update dependencies in the composer.json file to the latest version. Use composer outdated to suggest the latest versions. composer outdated Whereas, to return a complete list of packages where packages that need an update are coloured red, the up-to-date ones are coloured green composer show -l   Steps from above with responses Updating packages to a version supported by the constraints use: composer update Whereas, if you want to update the...
Andrew Fletcher
09 May 2022
Had the situation where you are running composer however, the scripts stops with...
Andrew Fletcher
11 Apr 2022
While working with lando, I had the following error ERROR: for...
Andrew Fletcher
01 Mar 2022
Let say in composer.json you have "drupal/core-recommended": "^9.2" You're...
Andrew Fletcher
24 Jan 2022
Running composer on a server... when running the command composer update, screen...
Andrew Fletcher
04 Jan 2022
Have you tried to run a composer update script that has bower-asset/jquery-ui-slider-pips set?  I have and realised that jquery-ui-slider-pips package had been removed.  So I added it back, and ran the command composer update. composer update Loading composer repositories with package information Updating dependencies Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages. Problem 1 - Root composer.json requires bower-asset/jquery-ui-slider-pips, it could not be found...
Andrew Fletcher
22 Nov 2021
Using Composer to Manage Projects and if required their dependencies In this...
Andrew Fletcher
06 Jun 2021
A recent attempt to run an update composer (regular activity for many of us), I...
Andrew Fletcher
16 Mar 2021
Updating Drupal from 8.7.10 to 8.8.x or 8.9.x has seen a significant change as...
Andrew Fletcher
15 Mar 2021
As outlined in an earlier article composer php version, when installing the...
Andrew Fletcher
19 Jan 2021
Running a common composer command, post an upgrade on the server to Centos 7 and I received the following error: /usr/local/bin/composer: line 8: 6210 Killed The "Killed" message usually means that your process consumed too much memory, so you may simply need to add more memory to your system if possible.  You can increase the memory, however, note that you shouldn't be doing this action on a production server, and additionally you shouldn't be using composer update at all. Instead adopt a...