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Is it possible to get the list of all routes in a Magento 2 environment? I am looking some command-line tool, if there is any?

Note: I had a bin/rails routes command to list all the routes in rails framework, and I am looking something similar to this.

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    I wrote a similar tool a long time ago. The code is already deleted, but I can share the basic steps for this tool. Are you interested? Jan 3, 2018 at 15:53
  • My good beloved rails...
    – sissy
    May 18, 2018 at 11:19
  • Hi @AndreyKonosov, after long time, yes I am interested :). May 31, 2019 at 16:41
  • It is really disappointing there is not any way to list all the routes. May 31, 2019 at 16:43

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Yes, using n98:

n98-magerun.phar config:dump frontend/routers

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Using n98-magerun2:

n98-magerun2.phar route:list

Example output:

+-----------+-----------------------------+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Area      | Frontname                   | Module                              | Route                                                             |
+-----------+-----------------------------+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------+
| frontend  | stores                      | Magento_Store                       | stores/store/redirect                                             |
| frontend  | stores                      | Magento_Store                       | stores/store/switchrequest                                        |
| frontend  | stores                      | Magento_Store                       | stores/store/switch                                               |
| frontend  | stores                      | Magento_Store                       | stores/store/switchaction/cookiemanager                           |
| frontend  | directory                   | Magento_Directory                   | directory/currency/switch
...

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