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The documentation says:

The recommended method of upgrading from 4.2 is to create a new Laravel 5.0 install and then to copy your 4.2 site's unique application files into the new application.

I would therefore create a new 5.1 install and copy your files.


Correct, but I am using 4.1, so I am assuming I will need to upgrade to 4.2, then to 5.0, then to 5.1


You should do the increment upgrade steps. However, my experience was that I ended up refactoring and redoing large sections of my code to take advantage of what 5.0 offered and all the things I learned.


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