I’m experiencing the same issue. I reverted to 1.1.8 and it’s working.
Tracking this here: https://github.com/wp-graphql/wp-graphql/issues/1743
Working on it right now. I broke something with the new WordPress deploy script that deploys to WordPress.org from Github.
Should have a fix shortly.
Sorry for the mistake. I had made changes to the Github -> WordPress.org deploy process, and accidentally had the
vendor directory being ignored from deploys.
I got the deploys working properly again and installing from WordPress.org is working again.
If you’re seeing the error:
“WPGraphQL has been installed without dependencies. Try installing from WordPress.org or run “composer install” from the plugin directory to install dependencies”
You should be able to visit your sites
/plugins.php page, delete wp-graphql and re-install the new version that’s been deployed with the vendor directory.
Marking this resolved. v1.2.4 corrects the issue where the
vendor directory wasn’t properly being deployed from Github to WordPress.org.
Thanks for the quick turn around Jason. Its working fine now.
Thanks very much for the quick turn-around and explanation! It’s working for me. 🙂
This reply was modified 2 years ago by Pea Lutz. Reason: Added outcome
Hey @jasonbahl, I seem to be having this issue with version 1.3.4?
@laikathespacedog how are you installing version 1.3.4? Are you installing from WordPress.org or some other installation method?
This bug has me locked out of my site ENTIRELY. Trying to get in via /wp-admin or using Jason’s suggestion to visit the /plugins.php endpoint doesn’t work…
@dylanesque43 how are you installing the plugin?
Sorry, that was due more to my own incompetence at adjusting code via CPanel: Once I knew where to look, I was able to delete and reinstall WPGraphQL, now everything is working as expected.
@dylanesque43 thanks for the follow-up! Glad it’s working for you now!