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uninstalling composer on macs

Been looking online for a way to uninstall composer but can't find a command that works. anyways idea please?

1 Answer

Tim Storey
Tim Storey
12,095 Points

If you're comfortable using the command line you could use the 'which' command to find the path to the program files.

  • 'which composer' That should return something like /usr/local/bin/composer Then you can navigate to the 'bin' or wherever you're version of composer is installed and run
  • 'rm -r composer' That should delete the directory that the composer program is stored in and effectively remove the program.