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You need to specify it in the command, e.g. drush -l https://my-site.org upgradedb For upgradedb it shouldn't be too important, but for example for a command that sends out emails with links it would have http://default/ in them instead of your real site.


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It has to do with environment variables. See https://github.com/civicrm/composer-compile-plugin/issues/17


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Here's what I ended up doing. It feels a bit weird, but so far it seems to do the trick. Having created the fields I need for the two contacts, and ensuring that buyer is contact 1 (because the contribution appears to only work for contact 1), I can then specify a membership that will be applied to contact 2. Even though I've set a minimum price for the ...


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OK. Looks like I am not the only one with this issue. A newer version of scssphp (v.1.7) appears to be the culprit: https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/drupal/-/issues/164#note_65206 Patch applied to CiviCRM 5.42 https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/tree/5.42 The tl;dr on lab.civicrm.org: If you're affected by this and need an immediate fix, run composer require' ...


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See https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/drupal/-/issues/164#note_65206 there's a patch available.


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