I have been using bedrock for several months now and have had no troubles with the install until today. When I ran
composer create-project roots/bedrock project-name in my terminal, absolutely nothing happened. There’s no error…it’s just stuck (see screenshot). Does anyone have any insight as to why this could be happening? As I’ve said, I’ve never run into this before.
My guess would be either network issues (i.e. it’s waiting for a response from a remote server that never comes) or potentially there is a script being executed in there that’s hidden from output but is waiting for an answer from you that obviously never comes.
AFAIK the only thing Bedrock does when installed using
create-project is create a boilerplate
.env for you so you might try doing:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:roots/bedrock.git .
rm -rf .git
cp .env.example .env
That replicates what
create-project does, and should either get you up and running or allow you figure out where the problem might be.
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