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I have 2 sites a dev site and the production site. Need to convert them from drupal/drupal composer sites to the newer format allowing continued support for composer. The syntax is unclear to me as detailed below. From https://github.com/grasmash/composerize-drupal

The 'composer-root' is supposed to be where .git is. Composer is at /home dir, their is a Git directory a .composer (dir) .gitconfig (file) (I have always ran composer from terminal /opt/lampp/htdocs/d8/web directory) location of composer

So is composer-root=./home ??

The Drupal dev site is located in /opt/lampp/htdocs/d8/web where in the web dir the index.php, composer.json, composer.lock, update.php files are. This is where I ran composer from previously. where I run composer from in terminal

So is --drupal-root=./opt/lampp/htdocs/d8/web ??

And I run the command from /opt/lampp/htdocs/d8/web as I have done previously?

If correct: composer composerize-drupal --composer-root=./home --drupal-root=./opt/lampp/htdocs/d8/web --no-update

Many thanks for any suggestions!

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  • I'm confused by your description of how the project directories are organized. Could you maybe post screenshots of the ls -la output of those directories? – Les Lim May 15 '20 at 4:28
  • pics of directory structure added – DStrider May 15 '20 at 15:45
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composer-root should not be your Home directory. It looks like you might have assumed that because there is a directory named git there, but that's not what the installation instructions at https://github.com/grasmash/composerize-drupal are referring to. Those instructions assume that your project files are being tracked as part of a Git repository. You can tell where the root of a Git repository is because it contains a directory called .git (note the dot in front, which the git directory in Home doesn't have).

If your project files are indeed part of a Git repository, the root would be in one of the upward directories from /opt/lampp/htdocs/d8/web.

So is --drupal-root=./opt/lampp/htdocs/d8/web ??

Almost. The drupal root is where the core directory and index.php can be found. But that . in there makes this a relative directory path. You almost certainly mean to use an absolute path there, which would be --drupal-root=/opt/lampp/htdocs/d8/web.

So is composer-root=./home ??

No. Most likely, you will want your composer-root to be one directory up from your project root (where index.php is). So I'd try --composer-root=/opt/lampp/htdocs/d8.

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