I don't want the "Frontpage" view to be installed along with my installation profile.
I tried adding a
hook_install to a module which does this:
\Drupal::entityTypeManager()->getStorage('view') ->load('frontpage') ->setStatus(FALSE) ->save();
But during installation that tells me that the frontpage view doesn't exist when my module is being installed. Fair enough, so I added the module that owns the frontpage view config (core node) to my dependencies:
dependencies: ... - drupal:node
Still didn't work. Then I realised it's optional config; maybe the module responsible for processing that config (core views) also needs to be a dependency. It would make sense, so my dependencies became:
dependencies: ... - drupal:node - drupal:views
Still didn't work, same problem - the View simply doesn't exist yet, so it can't be deleted.
So two halves of the same question:
- How do I stop this config from ever having been installed in the first place (or installed but initially disabled)?
- If that's not possible, what dependencies do I need to provide to ensure that the View in question is installed by the time my own
hook_installis executed, so I can remove/disable it myself?