Update EE to the latest release.
Default behavior is to check the releases API for the newest stable version, and prompt if one is available.
--stable to install or reinstall the latest stable version.
--nightly to install the latest built version of the develop branch. While not recommended for production, nightly contains the latest and greatest, and should be stable enough for development and staging environments.
: Update to the latest stable release.
: Update to the latest built version of the develop branch. Potentially unstable.
: Do not prompt for confirmation.
# Update CLI. You have version 0.24.0. Would you like to update to 0.24.1? [y/n] y Downloading from https://github.com/ee/ee/releases/download/v4.0.0/ee-4.0.0.phar... $ ee cli update/download/v0.24.1/ee-0.24.1.phar... New version works. Proceeding to replace. Success: Updated EE to 0.24.1.
||Absolute path to where all sites will be stored.|
||Locale for WordPress.|
||Mail-id to be used for letsencrypt.|
||Default Mail-id to be used for WordPress site installation.|
||Whether to add sysctl config in docker-compose.|
||Whether to colorize the output.|
||Show all PHP errors; add verbosity to EE bootstrap.|
||Suppress informational messages.|
|ee cli alias|
List available EE aliases.
|ee cli check-update|
Check to see if there is a newer version of EE available.
|ee cli cmd-dump|
Dump the list of installed commands, as JSON.
|ee cli completions|
Generate tab completion strings.
|ee cli has-command|
Detects if a command exists
|ee cli info|
Print various details about the EE environment.
|ee cli param-dump|
Dump the list of global parameters, as JSON or in var_export format.
|ee cli self-uninstall|
Uninstalls easyengine completely along with all sites
|ee cli version|
Print EE version.