grav-plugin-problems - Grav Problems Plugin

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Problems is a Grav Plugin and allows to detect issues. This plugin is included in any package distributed that contains Grav. If you decide to clone Grav from GitHub, you will most likely want to install this.

https://getgrav.org
https://github.com/getgrav/grav-plugin-problems

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