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I have a stage and an anonymized instance of a project both managed under the same user (www-data). The anonymized instance is taken from production instance and has a drush extension that can have a different version than the stage instance.

With one instance per user I can simply symlink the extension to the ~/.drush folder, but how would I do that with two different versions of the same extensions? Is there a way to define alias dependent extensions in Drush? If Drush does not support this, what would be a good OS work around?

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Instead of installing the drush extensions in a user specific scope within your user's profile, you can install them on a per-project (Drupal instance) base in your {PROJECT_ROOT}/drush folder.

Drush 9 checks for the existence of a drush folder one level above the Drupal web root.

This is easiest to manage by utilizing Composer for dependency management and adding a Drush installer path, Drush and any Drush extensions to the composer.json file. But of course you can also setup everything by hand.

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  • Yes it is Drupal 7 and the first suggestion works for me! Thank you! – ñull Jan 16 '18 at 11:59

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