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Odoo 10 Create a new module

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BKF AEK
on 12/1/16, 8:42 AM 1,584 views

Hi all,

I'm working on Centos 7 / Odoo 10,

How can I create new module using Odoo framework ?

I searched help and I found this command :

odoo-bin scaffold <module name> <where to put it>


I run it but an error occurred :

bash: odoo-bin: command not found...


Thanks.

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dj
On 12/2/16, 11:46 AM

odoo-bin needs to be run from the directory where it exists in your file system OR added to your $PATH

for instance my odoo-bin is within 

/odoo/odoo-server/odoo-bin

if I cd into /odoo/odoo-server I can then run:

./odoo-bin scaffold mymodule /odoo/custom/addons/

I need the ./ in here because /odoo/odoo-server is not in my $PATH

where /odoo/custom/addons is my directory for custom made modules so as not to interfere with odoo base modules. This can be setup from the command line and by editing /etc/odoo-server.conf (my installation is on Ubuntu fyi)

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Taher Giyori
On 12/5/16, 6:58 AM

In addition to the above answer, (https://www.odoo.com/forum/help-1/question/odoo-10-create-a-new-module-111485#answer_111523)

You can refer this link (http://www.odoo.com/documentation/9.0/howtos/backend.html)
for more details.

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