A new bug fix release of Enonic CLI fixes two issues:
enonic cloud app install would only deploy an app once
enonic create myproject would not automatically pick up the provided project name as a folder name for the new project
Upgrade from a previous version to the new one is still as simple as running
enonic upgrade in your command line.
Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Looks like I can’t do
enonic upgrade with the Snap-flavor of the CLI.
$ enonic upgrade
fork/exec /usr/bin/snap: permission denied
I get the exact same output running
sudo enonic upgrade.
Did it use to work in previous versions? How did you upgrade before?
And does it work if you run “
snap refresh enonic” directly?
I have never tried the
enonic upgrade command before.
Snap upgrades automatically in the background. So it’s not actually a problem.
I’m getting this:
$ snap refresh enonic
snap "enonic" has no updates available
It had already updated in the background, but I expect it works.