Commit 261908eb authored by Fabien Udriot's avatar Fabien Udriot
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As a quick way to use Composer, the Base Distribution can be downloaded. It is assuming you have Composer already [installed][2]
on your system:
# Download the Base Distribution.
# Download the Base Distribution, the "stable" branch (6.2)
composer create-project typo3/cms-base-distribution CmsBaseDistribution
# Download the Base Distribution, the "dev" branch (7.x)
composer create-project typo3/cms-base-distribution --stability dev CmsBaseDistribution
As a second step, we are going to add additional packages. The commands must be run from inside the ``CmsBaseDistribution`` directory.
# Add a CMS extension into typo3conf/ext.
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edit composer.json
As you can see, using composer to install TYPO3 CMS is fairly simple. You just need to include the custom composer repository into your composer.json.
Using composer to install TYPO3 CMS is fairly simple, you just need to include the custom composer repository into your composer.json.
After you have done this, you can require the Core and / or extensions with the usual [composer versioning format][3].
In the example below, this will always get you the most current 6.2.x core of TYPO3 CMS, the most current version of news (including possible dependency!).
**Pay attention to replace underscores "_" by a dash "-" in the extension key**. As example, extension **"tt_news" will be "tt-news"** in the composer.json.
{
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