When working with repositories that utilize composer packages, sometimes you might get into a situation, where you expect a package to be present, but a different version is what exists in your
vendor folder. Even if you run
things still do not update.
Composer implements a cache, where packages are stored for a period of time, so that any
update etc. commands do not download packages that have already been downloaded. It speeds things up and saves on bandwidth.
To clear the composer cache, all you have to do is run:
It has only happened to me once, but you might encounter the same problem yourself.
Clearing the cache ensures that you are downloading the packages that are listed in your
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