Step by step guide on how I went about updating Fedora 12 to 13
Fedora 12 "end of life" just came around, so I decided to update to Fedora 13 while things were quiet over Christmas. Fedora ships with a preupgrade app which manages the update process, so in theory this should do it: su -c "preupgrade"
Even our office manager uses Drupal! Alessandra explains how to configure WYSIWYG properly to allow image floating in this quick HOWTO.
Wow, long lapse in posts there. Sorry folks. On with the show: Here's the problem. The Drupal security team do a fine job, following up on reports, auditing contributed modules with a point release to check for security weaknesses, working on core. It's all good, except for one thing:
Tutorial for Setting Up Git and Gitosis On CentOS 5.2
This article is a tweaked version of several tutorials around. Many of the original links courtesy of Adrian Simmons.
Before we get started I'm posting this code for reference but, had it occurred to me, I would have worked on adub's Clients module instead of starting totally from scratch.
For my own sanity I'm blogging this, since every time I have to do it I end up jumping through the same hoops and cursing myself for not blogging it!
This post was going to be longer, but I just lost the entire completed document because the worst (and probably most expensive at $15/day, yes DAY) mobile Internet provider in the world, EVER, just dropped my connection mid-submission and for the zillionth time to
So, last night I lost not inconsiderable amounts of time and sleep to a Vodafone Italy 3G USB key. Trying to get these things set up is supposed to be fairly straightforward, however the end-to-end process is not really documented anywhere, as far as I can tell.
This is a quick post while it's fresh in my head, regarding porting your contributed modules to the Drupal 7 API. This post specifically focusses on database manipulation and provides the like-for-like changes. If anything here is wrong, or could be done better, please let me know!
Features, a neat module to embed stuff in code. Keeping stuff in the database brings all sorts of ugly deployment and performance issues, so we avoid like the proverbial plague.
I'm an experienced Drupal developer. I've been embedding stuff in code for ages now. Views, Panel pages, ImageCache presets, even putting CCK content type exports in to hook_install() implementations just to try to keep stuff in code. Many of you are probably in the same boat.
We have just finished a migration job for a client of ours from an old .Net system in to Drupal, the last task of which was to write some Apache mod_rewrite conditions and rules to deal with the URLs of their old website.
So we've done all French sites before. And we've done all English sites before. But a recent project was our first real forray in to multilingual sites and it's an e-commerce/Ubercart job! Talk about gluttons for punishment!
Note: Apparently it works fine with Windows too! See comments. I'm pretty excited right now. I just tried drush make for the first time. Download it here:http://drupal.org/project/drush_make
Here's another one of my little Linux admin scripts for all you Drupal developers out there. It's a Linux shell script requiring Drush, MySQL and Subversion, but could be easily modified to work with other databases and repositories and should work fine on a Mac, I think.
Those familiar with Windows (and I guess Mac OSX too) will probably be aware that you can get an é character from your keyboard by pressing AltGr + E. You may not be aware that in Linux you can't.
Ups and downs again today. Some strong support from Europe again, but the US has yielded no strong continuation.
OpenID has been about for a while. But only when forced to really use it, did I start to understand
Important edit: Seems it doesn't work with Google Apps accounts - apologies to Zach in the comments, you were quite right. I'm revising this post. However, it does still work as described with all Google Mail domain accounts (e.g. personal Google accounts).
Update on the Helping Drupal Help Haiti campaign
Having finally sorted out our goals (use the Project EPIC Twitter syntax to get targetted information to people who can help, using Drupal as a tool for managing and organising that data), day 3 started with an ambitious set of tickets:
Update 2 on the Helping Drupal Help Haiti campaign
So we've started the second day of this project. Our mission is starting to become clearer.
You may have noticed a degree of Haiti noise on the Internet today.