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Isaac Bennetch edited this page Dec 17, 2016 · 1 revision

Beginning with version 4.7.0, phpMyAdmin uses Composer to manage external library dependencies. Composer is a dependency manager similar to npm and Ruby's bundler. Official release downloads include all required libraries as part of the download file.

This means anyone using the development zipfile downloads or Git source must use Composer to install/update their dependencies.

First, make sure you have Composer installed.

Then, from within the phpMyAdmin directory: php composer.phar install (or, depending on your system configuration, simply composer install). To update the library files to the latest version, you should occasionally also run php composer.phar update (or composer update).

See also Libraries.


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