…udo work - replaced the run blocks for data capturing with the capture method - used sh -c around the try_sudo commands to make the the whole command run by the sudo user and not only the part before the | - used force delete to skip the 'remove write-protected regular file?' question
* Added :doctrine_em symbol with default value of `false` * Added `before` hooks for relevant symfony:doctrine:* commands to assemble --em flag * Added flag variable to commands being run * Added tests for --em flag in spec file Fixes everzet/capifony#321
Task symfony:doctrine:schema:drop never actually droped schema because of missing --force parameter.
- I guess in most cases it is unwanted: When I specify :composer_bin, I want to use _this_ copy, not another one - It doesn't make much sense, because if there is a single new commit to composer, it is nearly the same operation as `composer_get`. So a user _must_ keep their composer copy always up to date to avoid the unwanted update. - It may have unwanted side effects, especially when `composer.phar` is shared between user. - it may not be possible, if the user is not allowed to write to `composer.phar` Also includes: - Fixed test for composer.self_update Of course tests, that check, whether or not self-update was executed arent valid anymore