wget https://developer.joomlatools.com/vagrant/phpmanager/dependencies -O /tmp/script.sh sed -i 's/apache2-dev//g' /tmp/script.sh # remove apache2-dev /tmp/script.sh # try again!
site:createto get the latest Joomla version, but more often than not we're just doing "--release=none" and cloning an already existing repo there. I use it for everything this way. I currently have Joomla!, WP, Magento 1 and Magento 2 sites in my box and it works great. So, we may not be the best use-case. :)
@johanjanssens i am talking about this method it's used my Joomla component for read the Email Template content but after update the joomlatools library 3.3.0 after this method not working.
$email_template = $this->getObject('com:emails.controller.preview', array(
'data' => $this,
I'm using the latest files of the master branch => https://github.com/joomlatools/joomlatools-vagrant
I'm following the steps under "Hacking on the box" to set it up.
Unfortunately I'm running into an error while executing puppet module install. I googled my ass off but without success....
default: Error: Directory not empty @ dir_s_rmdir - /vagrant/puppet/.tmp/librarian/cache/source/puppet/forge/forgeapi_puppetlabs_com/puppetlabs-stdlib/4.25.1/cache/puppetlabs-stdlib20190916-21452-1glt4a5
default: Error: Try 'puppet help module install' for usage
The SSH command responded with a non-zero exit status. Vagrant
assumes that this means the command failed. The output for this command
should be in the log above. Please read the output to determine what
I'm getting the same errors when I use the v1.5.1 release.
I can't get the joomla box running again. I'm a big fan of the box and have used it in the past.
Hope I can "box restore" soon again ;-)
MacOS Mojave 10.14.6
count(scandir($directory)). Any thoughts on this?
@/all I have been working on a new developer tool for Joomla, called Joomlatools Pages. Think of it as a flat-file, dynamic page generator.
Been working on this for 1.5 years now, and released the 0.15 release over the weekend. This is the first release that can be installed using the Joomla installer.
Pages has been really great to help us rebuild our site, and i hope it’s useful to some of you too. More info: https://github.com/joomlatools/joomlatools-pages/wiki