I am currently working with irreducible $k[G]$modules in MAGMA for finite fields $k$ and finite groups $G$. To construct these modules, I am using the commands IrreducibleModules(G,k) This results in MAGMA recognising the modules as being of type $ModGrp$. However, I wish to perform calculations such as finding the projective cover of such a module, for which MAGMA can only perform such calculations on modules over algebras (i.e. of type $ModAlg$). Is there an easy way to coerce MAGMA into treating modules of type $ModGrp$ as being of type $ModAlg$?
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MAGMA is perfectly capable of calculating the projective cover of a member of (This would have been a comment rather than an answer if reputation allowed). 

