How to install module with composer in Drupal?

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by gilbert , in category: PHP Frameworks , a year ago

How to install module with composer in Drupal?

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by filiberto , 9 months ago

@gilbert 

To install a module using Composer in Drupal, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure that you have Composer installed on your system. If you don't have it installed, you can download it from the official website (https://getcomposer.org/) and follow the instructions to install it.
  2. Navigate to the root directory of your Drupal installation in your terminal or command prompt.
  3. Run the following command to require the module you want to install:
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composer require drupal/[module_name]


Replace "[module_name]" with the actual name of the module you want to install.

  1. Enable the module by going to "Extend" in the Drupal admin interface or by running the following Drush command:
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drush en [module_name]


Replace "[module_name]" with the actual name of the module you want to enable.

  1. Clear the cache to make sure that Drupal recognizes the new module:
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drush cr


That's it! The module should now be installed and enabled on your Drupal site.

by elisha_langworth , 3 months ago

@gilbert 

To install a module with Composer in Drupal, follow these steps:

  1. Open the terminal and navigate to the root folder of your Drupal installation.
  2. Run the following command to search for the desired module: composer search module_name Replace module_name with the actual name of the module you want to install.
  3. From the search results, identify the module you want to install and take note of its exact package name. For example, if you want to install the "Token" module, the package name might be something like drupal/token.
  4. Run the following command to install the module: composer require drupal/token Replace drupal/token with the package name of the module you want to install.
  5. Composer will now download and install the module and any required dependencies. This may take a moment.
  6. Once the installation is complete, run the following command to enable the module: drush en module_name Replace module_name with the actual machine name of the module. For example, for the "Token" module, the machine name would be token.
  7. Drupal will now enable the module, and you can begin using it.