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vip dev-env-create [options]

Create a new local dev environment


-a, --app-codeUse the application code from a local directory or use “demo” for VIP skeleton code
-d, --debugActivate debug output
-e, --elasticsearchExplicitly choose Elasticsearch version to use or false to disable it
-h, --helpOutput the help for the (sub)command
-M, --mariadbExplicitly choose MariaDB version to use
-r, --media-redirect-domainDomain to redirect for missing media files. This can be used to still have images without the need to import them locally.
-u, --mu-pluginsUse a specific mu-plugins changeset or local directory
-m, --multisiteEnable multisite install
-P, --phpExplicitly choose PHP version to use
-p, --phpmyadminEnable PHPMyAdmin component. By default it is disabled
-s, --slugCustom name of the dev environment
-S, --statsdEnable statsd component. By default it is disabled
-t, --titleTitle for the WordPress site
-v, --versionOutput the version number
-w, --wordpressUse a specific WordPress version
-x, --xdebugEnable XDebug. By default it is disabled


   # Creates a local dev environment
    $ vip dev-env create

Global Options

-a, --app=<app>Specify the app
-d, --debugActivate debug output
-e, --env=<env>Specify the environment
-h, --helpOutput the help for the (sub)command
-v, --versionOutput the version number
-y, --yesRun the command in production without a confirmation prompt

Last updated: October 04, 2022