@craue opened this issue on December 22nd 2013
@mattab commented on December 23rd 2013

Could you explain the exact workflow you are using?

What is the error if you don't make these changes?

@halfdan commented on December 23rd 2013

@mattab We had a discussion in IRC about this - the idea is to install Piwik as a composer dependency. The check in Piwik whether all composer dependencies are installed fails since the dependencies aren't in Piwik root dir when Piwik is required as dependency. Error that occurs is that Piwik displays the message to install the composer dependencies..

@mattab commented on December 23rd 2013

@craue I haven't tested this use case but I trust you have.. thanks

@craue commented on December 25th 2013

With this, Piwik can be installed by just calling php composer.phar require piwik/piwik:~2.0 within a project. All that's left to do is adding an Apache alias (or similar) pointing to vendor/piwik/piwik. It used to work quite well with 1.12 already.

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