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How do you install a custom module that has been already developed in a fresh Akaunting install? Since I don't execute module:make Foo when I execute module:install 1 foo it is not working even though there exists /modules/Foo. Any ideas ?
What do you exactly mean by it's not working? What do you get instead?
Hehe, my bad. I got an error saying that I couldn't call get() on null when executing module:install 1 foo. I did some research and I realized that calling module:list wouldn't show Foo. This happened because I ran composer install the first time without placing the module folder first, so I ran composer install again and I was able to run module:install 1 foo.
Just curious, what is the point to install it ? I ask this because without installing it I was able to use it. Is the point to be able to disable it ? ( not sure how to mention here @Denis Duliçi )
You may also try the artisan cache:clear command. Yes, to be able to disable it.
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