I am working on creating a base module for all other modules under one namespace.

I want to show a list of all modules (with their version and their status as enabled or disabled).

I have injected dependency of \Magento\Framework\Module\ModuleListInterface in my block file, but I am not getting the module in the list if I disable it.

I have tried getAll() and getNames() functions. No function is returning disabled module names in the list.

Previously it was possible to get the list of all modules because there was a section in admin panel (Advanced), where all modules were listed with respective module output.

Kindly help me to get the list of all modules.

  • How to find out which Magento module is customize/extended in Magento 2? – Yo Yo Roshan Mar 27 at 8:29
  • I think you need to ask a new question instead of commenting here. – Mohit Kumar Arora Mar 27 at 9:25

After some study of Magento core modules, I checked the source, from where the following command is executed:

php bin/magento module:status

I found that Magento is using \Magento\Framework\Module\FullModuleList class to get the list of enabled and disabled modules.

Based on Magento's implementation, I have implemented my code in the following way:

namespace Mohit\Base\Block;

class Modules extends \Parent\Class
    protected $fullModuleList;

    public function __construct(
        \Magento\Framework\Module\FullModuleList $fullModuleList
    ) {

        $this->fullModuleList = $fullModuleList;

    public function modulesList()
        $allModules = $this->fullModuleList->getAll();

Also, tons of thanks to @sanne, who helped me to go in the right direction.

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  • If we want to get a list of modules which exists in app/code directory, then what should I do ?? – iqbal malik Feb 13 '19 at 8:11

A shot in the dark here, but maybe you could look how the terminal function bin/magento module:status works and copy that somehow? Because that shows all modules and the statuses? No idea how though.

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    Thanks, @sanne for the answer. I had been checking the same while you answered. Upvoted for the precious help. – Mohit Kumar Arora Jul 19 '18 at 13:16

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