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v2.0.1 2021-01-17 21:51 UTC

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The purpose of this package is to allow for easy installation of standalone Modules into the Laravel Modules package. This package will ensure that your module is installed into the Modules/ directory instead of vendor/.

You can specify an alternate directory by including a module-dir in the extra data in your composer.json file:

"extra": {
    "module-dir": "Custom"


  1. Ensure you have the type set to laravel-module in your module's composer.json
  2. Ensure your package is named in the convention <namespace>/<name>-module, for example joshbrw/user-module would install into Modules/User
  3. Require this package: composer require joshbrw/laravel-module-installer
  4. Require your bespoke module using Composer. You may want to set the constraint to dev-master to ensure you always get the latest version.


  • When working on a module that is version controlled within an app that is also version controlled, you have to commit and push from inside the Module directory and then composer update within the app itself to ensure that the latest version of your module (dependant upon constraint) is specified in your composer.lock file.