Bug ID: 73672
Summary: Have vagrant provision run composer install
CC: dduv...@wikimedia.org, o...@wikimedia.org,
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After running git pull on the /vagrant/mediawiki directory, I got this error:
Fatal error: Class 'Cdb\Reader' not found in
/vagrant/mediawiki/includes/cache/LocalisationCache.php on line XXX
and while the reason was easy to guess (Cdb has been vendorized), I wasted some
time figuring out what to do to update it (vagrant provision, vagrant reload,
setup.sh, git pull on the vagrant repo...) as I thought the vendor directory is
maintained by vagrant.
I can see the logic in not updating automatically, as MediaWiki and extension
code is also not updated automatically after the initial install; still I
wonder if vagrant provision should always re-run composer install so that users
have to remember one less thing. composer install does not touch already
installed libraries, so no code gets updated without the user's consent, it
just the ones which have been added to mediawiki/composer.json, and have not
been installed at all yet. That seems fairly harmless to me, and in line with
the general logic of vagrant doing the first install and not touching anything
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