Migration Guide
Migrations are only needed when upgrading to a major version. See Versions and Upgrade for more information.
To upgrade to a major version:
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    Uninstall the current version, e.g.: npm uninstall -D concordialang
    2.
    Install the new version, e.g.: npm install -D concordialang
    3.
    Now proceed as described below (depending on your current version).
Note: For a global installation, replace -D with -g.

From 1.x to 2.x

1. Update your plug-in
Concordia 2 has a new plugin API, not compatible with plug-ins for Concordia 1. So uninstall your current plug-in and install a new one. Example:
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npx concordia --plugin-uninstall codeceptjs-webdriverio
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npx concordia --plugin-install codeceptjs-webdriverio
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Alternatively, you can install one of the new plug-ins then change your configuration file to use it. Example:
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npx concordia --plugin-uninstall codeceptjs-webdriverio
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npx concordia --plugin-install codeceptjs-playwright
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npx concordia --plugin codeceptjs-playwright --save-config
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2. Install database drivers
Whether your Concordia specification access a database, you have to install the corresponding database driver. Concordia 2 does not install them by default anymore, as Concordia 1 did, aiming to reduce the amount of downloaded dependencies.
Concordia 2 has a new CLI option --db-install to help with that. Example:
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npx concordia --db-install mysql
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See Database Drivers to install the proper driver(s) for your application.

From 0.x to 1.x

1. Update your configuration file, if needed
Whether you project has a configuration file .concordiarc, open it with a text editor. If the file has a property "plugin" with the value "codeceptjs", you must change it to "codeceptjs-webdriverio".
2. Install the new plug-in
You can install any of the available plug-ins, currently codeceptjs-webdriverio or codeceptjs-appium. Example:
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concordia --plugin-install codeceptjs-webdriverio
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