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Forums OroPlatform OroPlatform – Installation/Technical Issues or Problems Broken dependency to doctrine-bundle

This topic contains 9 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by ttiot ttiot 4 years ago.

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  • #61166

    andesk
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    Hey!

    Yesterday I wanted to install the platform-application, but composer is complaining about an unresolvable problem in requirements:

    – Installation request for oro/platform 1.0.0-rc1 -> satisfiable by oro/platform[1.0.0-rc1].
    – oro/platform 1.0.0-rc1 requires doctrine/doctrine-bundle 1.2.x-dev -> no matching package found.

    It seems that 1.2.*@dev is not existing (anymore?) in doctrine-bundle’s git repository. Could you please change requirements to that version in the platform bundles (and maybe crm bundles are affected as well?)? There is a 1.3.*@dev now or a stable 1.2.0.

    Thank you :)

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  • #61167
    ttiot
    ttiot
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    Having same problem with a newly checkout platform this morning.

    #61168
    ttiot
    ttiot
    Participant

    found a temporary workaround.
    In your main composer.json (under platform-application folder) replace this lines :

    by this lines :

    This will tell composer to download doctrine-bundle 1.3.x-dev as if it was 1.2.x-dev.

    #61169

    andesk
    Participant

    Ah that helps :) Thank you!

    #61170

    Alexandr Smaga
    Participant

    Hello. Please find solution there

    #61171
    ttiot
    ttiot
    Participant

    Andesk > You’re welcome.
    Asmaga > Your solution is for OROCrm right ? Don’t find those dependencies in oroPlatform

    #61172

    Alexandr Smaga
    Participant

    No, it’s for
    platform. It will fixed in public repos later today

    #61173
    ttiot
    ttiot
    Participant

    Ok sorry for mistake.

    I started my sample with platform-application and this composer.json
    So I can’t modify platform json

    #61174

    Alexandr Smaga
    Participant

    You can add dependencies that I described to your composer.json, they will override platform dependencies.

    #61175
    ttiot
    ttiot
    Participant

    OK, thank you.
    I am not very familiar with composer :)

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