We're trying to get the framework installed on a colleague's computer and we noticed that the zip version from the Setting Up Your Development environment page seems to be missing the extensions and components. Is this intentional (ie. they need to be installed separately) or is that zip file missing something by mistake?
If you've downloaded the zip file as referred to in the line:
If you install the framework using
$ adapt create course you don't have to do any of that.
The issue actually arouse was when we installed the authoring tool. I had installed the authoring tool about 3 weeks ago and with it, came the framework folder with all the corresponding sub directors (components, core, extensions, menu, theme). When we installed it on another colleagues computer last week, we noticed that her framework folder was missing all those sub directors. Which posed an issue, since we could not get the spoor to show up in the extensions list to activate.
Was something changed in the authoring tool download?
I guess we needed to still run the adapt install, even with the authoring tool then as now I see all the files.
Thanks so much for your help.
Glad to see that you resolved the issue.
It sounds like something went wrong during the installation of the tool on the second machine - sometimes the process fails during the adapt install (which would explain why there were no plugins).
If everything goes to plan during install, there should be no need to manually run the adapt install.
I didn't get any errors but for some reason, I still had to run the adapt install to get the extensions. And from that list, I am still missing the spoor.
I tried to install it manually and received an error that the plugin is not compatible with my Adapt authoring tool version. Can you please let me know what I should do to add the spoor?