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[Laravel5] Added vendor_dir option #3775

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AdrianSkierniewski commented Nov 28, 2016

Hi,

I've added this option to cover the case when I want to test Laravel package separately. To do that, I'm using orchestra/testbench to bootstrap simple Laravel app. In my example, I want to use my package vendor dir instead orchestra/testbench/fixture/vendor.

By the way, why package name is set to codeception/base instead codeception/codeception in composer.json? I had some problems with installing my forked version to test if everything works as expected :)

@janhenkgerritsen janhenkgerritsen merged commit e3e1e52 into Codeception:2.2 Nov 28, 2016

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Thanks for the PR!

As for you question about the package name, can you answer that one @DavertMik?

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janhenkgerritsen commented Nov 28, 2016

Thanks for the PR!

As for you question about the package name, can you answer that one @DavertMik?

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