Package Reading Entity Mappings on install, accessing Doctrine CLI in context of Concrete5 Application?

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Hi, I've been looking at the code for 5.7.1, and it isn't immediately apparent where I can either:

Put up my directory of Package Specific Entities that usually I would run:

orm:schema-tool:update then orm:schema-tool:update --force to create the tables (including join tables)

or to do the same outside of a package. Is there something I'm missing, or is it up to me to do this myself, then take the generated schema and put it in a db.xml file for a package or site_db.xml for an application?

I just don't see where this would be available to the current install via the CLI.

Thanks, this is probably a question for Andrew or Korvin.

ScottC
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moobee replied on at Permalink Reply
moobee
Any news on this ?
MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
MrKDilkington
@moobee

Is this related to what you are looking for?
http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/developers/5.7/packages/cust...
moobee replied on at Permalink Reply
moobee
Yes, I saw this documentation.

It shows how we can use Doctrine entities to create tables at package installation.

To generate entities from an existing MySQL database, I need access to the Doctrine CLI.
(This this tutorial, for example :http://symfony.com/doc/current/cookbook/doctrine/reverse_engineerin...
But I don't know how to use the Doctrine CLI in Concrete5.

(As a workaround, I created a fake Symfony app, and a fake bundle in it, and I created my entities from here)