Restore from git
NT last edited by NT
I’ve created quasar app, added cordova, built, run on Android emulator and push to git.
On another PC I clone my repo, execute ‘npm i’, ‘quasar dev -m cordova -T android’ and get the following error:
UnhandledPromiseRejectionWarning: CordovaError: Current working directory is not a Cordova-based project.
I tried to go to src-cordova folder and run ‘cordova prepare’ but get the same error.
Then I tried to perform ‘quasar mode -a cordova’, but get error:
app:mode-cordova Cordova support detected already. Aborting.
So I had to run ‘quasar mode -r cordova’ and ‘quasar mode -a cordova’ after that quasar was able to build the project, but this workaround clears my config.xml, so this is not a solution for me.
What I’m doing wrong?
Did you run “npm install” inside of /src-cordova which is a Cordova project folder on itself?
NT last edited by
@rstoenescu thanks for quick response!
I’ve just tried you solution but still get ‘CordovaError: Current working directory is not a Cordova-based project.’ when run ‘quasar dev -m cordova -T android’.
aznric3boi91 last edited by
@NT Did you finnd a solution? I’m getting the same error.
nothingismagick last edited by nothingismagick
You need to be careful when you remove a mode in quasar, because it will automatically remove assets that it generated for you via quasar-cli. I know this doesn’t really address the issue, but a temporary workaround might be something like this (in your CWD):
$ cp -r src-cordova src-cordova-bak $ quasar mode -r cordova $ quasar mode -a cordova $ mv src-cordova-bak src-cordova
@NT just create an empty “www” folder in your /src-cordova folder. The Cordova CLI looks for it in order to determine if the folder is a Cordova project or not.