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  1. Moodle
  2. MDL-70192

Update composer.json with the new moodlehq/behat-extension tag for 3.11dev

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    • MOODLE_311_STABLE
    • MOODLE_311_STABLE
    • MDL-70192_311
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      terminal access and PHP 7.2 cli

      In the 311_STABLE branch only:

      Test 0
      1. Skip this step, nothing to do, dear tester, integrators will deal with this. Verify that both phpunit and behat runs are installing and passing ok for master.
      Test 1

      (better use composer >= 1.10.x, to avoid some time format differences. Note that if you use composer 2.x, that's also ok, although it will show some differences like the new "support" element everywhere).

      1. Open a terminal and navigate to your moodle root directory.
      2. Run php composer.phar update
      3. Open composer.lock on a text editor.
      4. You SHOULD find
        "name": "moodlehq/behat-extension",
        "version": "3.311.0",
        with "url": "https://github.com/moodlehq/moodle-behat-extension.git",
      5. Back on your terminal, delete the "vendor" folder and "composer.lock". Also remove composer caches.

        rm -rf vendor
        rm composer.lock
        php composer.phar clearcache
        

      6. Run again php composer.phar update
      7. Open composer.lock on a text editor
      8. You SHOULD find
        "name": "moodlehq/behat-extension",
        "version": "3.311.0",
        with "url": "https://github.com/moodlehq/moodle-behat-extension.git",

      Note: the local run of composer update may lead to some other small differences (git diff composer.lock) if some dependency packages were updated the last hours @ packagist. They can be ignored, unless there is something really big detected.

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      Requirements terminal access and PHP 7.2 cli In the 311_STABLE branch only: Test 0 Skip this step, nothing to do, dear tester , integrators will deal with this. Verify that both phpunit and behat runs are installing and passing ok for master. Test 1 (better use composer >= 1.10.x, to avoid some time format differences. Note that if you use composer 2.x, that's also ok, although it will show some differences like the new "support" element everywhere). Open a terminal and navigate to your moodle root directory. Run php composer.phar update Open composer.lock on a text editor. You SHOULD find "name": "moodlehq/behat-extension", "version": "3.311.0", with "url": "https://github.com/moodlehq/moodle-behat-extension.git", Back on your terminal, delete the " vendor " folder and " composer.lock ". Also remove composer caches. rm -rf vendor rm composer.lock php composer.phar clearcache Run again php composer.phar update Open composer.lock on a text editor You SHOULD find "name": "moodlehq/behat-extension", "version": "3.311.0", with "url": "https://github.com/moodlehq/moodle-behat-extension.git", Note: the local run of composer update may lead to some other small differences ( git diff composer.lock ) if some dependency packages were updated the last hours @ packagist. They can be ignored, unless there is something really big detected.

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      Note: This must be done for as many dev branches still not having their corresponding tags. Normally it's only master, but under parallel development periods, when it could be (together with or alternatively) an XXX_STABLE dev branch. Of course it requires the dev branches to exist, cannot be done before that.


      ^^^ In this case, it's alternatively the 311_STABLE branch, master already got its tag in MDL-69146.


      After releasing XY we should update composer.json in master to point to a new tag (from https://github.com/moodlehq/moodle-behat-extension.git master branch) according to the moodle development version (3.311.0 for Behat 3 and Moodle 3.11dev for example - this issue).

      Detailed process:

      https://docs.moodle.org/dev/Release_process#2_weeks_after

      After creating the branch & tag and pushing it upstream... verify the new version has been released in packagist (it happens automatically - hooks are enabled since v3.36.x - or under demand if a package maintainer is asked). Link:

      https://packagist.org/packages/moodlehq/behat-extension

      Then, in the development branch, edit composer.json and bump the "moodlehq/behat-extension" to the newly created tag.

      To regenerate the composer.lock file, follow the instructions available @ Moodle Docs.

      Ensure changes related to the extension are ok in the .lock file (version, pointing to moodlehq repo...). It will come also with updates to many of the dependencies. Run behat tests and phpunit tests to confirm they work ok.

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              stronk7 Eloy Lafuente (stronk7)
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              Andrew Lyons Andrew Lyons
              Janelle Barcega Janelle Barcega
              Andrew Lyons, Huong Nguyen, Jun Pataleta, Michael Hawkins, Shamim Rezaie, Simey Lameze, Stevani Andolo
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                17/May/21

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