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Composer Setup

Posted: January 11, 2019 at 2:43 pm


January 11, 2019 at 2:43 pm

We are migrating our WP sites into our own framework which utilizes composer for deployment. Is there any way that we can get access to either a composer or git repository to achieve this for the core and the addons?


January 11, 2019 at 3:05 pm

I also noticed that we can’t use our support key on test sites. Is there any way around that? It’d be much easier for us in our dev process to be able to keep the plugins updated.


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January 11, 2019 at 8:52 pm

This seems to be two conflicting requests, but I’ll do my best to explain your options:

1) If you want to deploy the code to the sites from a GitHub repository, EE4 core and most of the add-ons are available on GitHub:
2) Basic Composer support was added for EE4 core in this pull request: Please note that Event Espresso is still not published on packagist
3) If you don’t deploy from GitHub, your support license key allows for updates via the WP > Plugins page for your main site, and also for any other domain that meets any of the following:

is an ip address that matches anything within a private IP range
is localhost
has .dev or .local or .test as tlds
has dev. or staging. as subdomains

then it will be considered a “local” or “development” domain and the domain will not be included as a part of the check or saved to your account. Key validity is still checked though.

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