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Sage 9 and searchwp ajax template loading?

I’m working on a woocommerce site which uses Sage, I’m also using relevanssi search plugin together with SearchWP live ajax

Similarly to woocommerce, SearchWP Live Ajax allows you to override the template by (normally) creating searchwp-live-ajax-search/search-results.php in the theme folder. However in Sage, this doesn’t work, I tried recreating the file at resources/views/searchwp-live-ajax-search/search-results.blade.php, but that doesn’t work. I did convert all the php from the template in the plugin templates directory to blade:

@php
/**
 * Search results are contained within a div.searchwp-live-search-results
 * which you can style accordingly as you would any other element on your site
 *
 * Some base styles are output in wp_footer that do nothing but position the
 * results container and apply a default transition, you can disable that by
 * adding the following to your theme's functions.php:
 *
 * add_filter( 'searchwp_live_search_base_styles', '__return_false' );
 *
 * There is a separate stylesheet that is also enqueued that applies the default
 * results theme (the visual styles) but you can disable that too by adding
 * the following to your theme's functions.php:
 *
 * wp_dequeue_style( 'searchwp-live-search' );
 *
 * You can use ~/searchwp-live-search/assets/styles/style.css as a guide to customize
 */
@endphp

@if ( have_posts() )
  @while(have_posts())
    @php the_post() @endphp
    @php
      $post_type = get_post_type_object( get_post_type() );
    @endphp
    <div class="searchwp-live-search-result" role="option" id="" aria-selected="false">
      <p><a href="{{ esc_url( get_permalink()) }}">aaa {{ the_title() }} &raquo;</a></p>
    </div>
  @endwhile
@else
  <p class="searchwp-live-search-no-results" role="option">
    {{ esc_html_e( 'No results found.', 'swplas' ) }}
  </p>
@endif

I guess there’s something I need to do to make it work properly, I’m using this package for woocommerce - https://github.com/roots/sage-woocommerce, which I think is what does the same thing for woocommerce templates (but I’m not certain)?

I’m going to answer my own question here, I just copied the file to resources/searchwp-live-ajax-search/search-results.php and found I was able to edit it there.