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posted 1 year ago
Last updated 1 year ago.

LaravelGettextServiceProvider isn't a default service provider. I suspect it is form a package that you use.

You can check if there is a new version for the package and upgrade.

If there isn't any update you can: 1: Write a PR to fix it and hope the owner will merge. 2: Fork the project and use that (see: the composer documentation about using a fork ) 3: use another package.

1 & 2 can be combined: You create a fork and use that. Create a PR from your fork to the project and if they created a new release switch back to using that project.


Ok, I will look into that, thank you very much.

I have succeeded to upgrade to Laravel9 so now problems anymore.

Last updated 1 year ago.
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