I'm creating a module in order to fix a bug in Magento 2.3.0 that will be part of the next release. So, I would like to restrict via Composer the dependencies of that module.

How can I restrict my module to run just with the Magento 2.3.0?

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You can check the Magento 2 version and run it when it's the version that you want, if not you can add a log warning to show a message like this example:

if($this->helper->getVersion() !== self::MAGENTO_COMPATIBLE_VERSION){
    $this->logger->emergency('You are using a updated Magento version ' . Data::AMASTY_MODULE_NAME .'. Please check the module MyCompany_HotFix compatibility!' );
}

Reference:

How to check the Magento 2 version?

How to use logger?

  • Hello Rafael, Is there any functionality like that if Magento 2.3.x run then php version 7.2 will set or if Magento 2.2.x run then php version 7.0 will set. – Rohan Hapani Dec 8 at 4:24

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