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ended up just copying it into my project, and well ... it didn't really do anything. I just got the "blade files are okay" message but it didn't seem to catch syntax errors, or improper indentation, or well - anything. It definitely was looking at the correct files, as I fiddled with it for a little while. Haven't really seen anybody talking about this package. I don't know if anyone is actually using it.
I'm honestly surprised there aren't more blade linters out there.
having some trouble with this package. I've done a
dump-autoload, and still getting this error:
There are no commands defined in the "blade" namespace.
using laravel 5.6
it is definitely in my
composer.lock. If I run a
composer show it shows up there as well. Completely baffled by why it doesn't work. I've also tried the fix for laravel version < 5.5 (adding to providers array in
config/app.php) and it can't seem to find the path.
any tips to getting this working?