Symfony’s command line plugin install and uninstall tasks don’t work – this could be because the server I’m working on does not have internet connection. So i have to do things manually.
If you’re having problem running Symfony’s command, you can do it manually too!
- Download the package from plugins site (if not previously downloaded)
- Unzip / untar the file. If the directory contain version number, rename it.
- Copy the directory to
- Do the normal setup
config/ProjectConfiguration.class.phpto add the new plugin
- run symfony plugin:publish-assets
- Delete the plugin directory from
- Edit config/ProjectConfiguration.class.php to remove the plugin
- Run symfony plugin:publish-assets
- Search for any other ‘traces’ of this plugin. If running from unix server, from project root, run find . -name “name_of_plugin*” -print. Adding ‘*’ to the name make sure you will not miss any files.
- If there are any files and diretories with this plugin name, delete them
- Run symfony cc to clear everything