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Why not just use Carbon to do this?

Carbon::now()->addMonths(2);
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When i use this method in laravel 4, there is a class not found error

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soclosed said:

When i use this method in laravel 4, there is a class not found error

You need a use statement at the top of your class:

use Carbon\Carbon;
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I heard that in laravel 4.1, carbon was already. It's wrong ?

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Carbon is included with Laravel 4.1, but to use it you need to have use Carbon\Carbon at the top of your file.

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Read about namespaces, too.

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Ok, great, thanks !

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I tried this, but it didn't add two month at the current. It still the current date insert in MySQL

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