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Drupal WxT

Release Cycle / Updates

Release Cycle The Drupal WxT 7.x-4.x branch will be updated with a stable release approximately once every few months roughly around the 18th. The reason for this is to follow as closely the Drupal security and core release cycle which is usually around the 15th of every month. 1.x branch Starting in January 2016 there will be no more new features integrated into the 7.x-1.x branch. Only security and minor bug fixes will be merged into the codebase for a period of 6 months.

Libraries API

Libraries API is the common denominator and the defacto standard for all Drupal modules/profiles/themes that integrate with external libraries. The module introduces a common repository for libraries in profiles/distro/libraries or sites/all/libraries. Key Features The same library can be shared by more than one module. The same library can be shared by more than one site. Ease the process of upgrading a module that requires an external library. Just replace the module folder with the new one.

Content Staging with Deploy + UUID

Deployment with Drupal WxT There are 4 essential modules that facilitate deployment in Drupal WxT: WetKit Deployment: Provides the base configuration for both source and destination servers as well as default content types WetKit Deployment Environment Indicator: Provides contextual environment information (.dev, .qa, .prod) on the toolbar WetKit Deployment Source: Provides the functionality to deploy content in JSON to the destination servers WetKit Deployment Destination: Provides the CRUD interface to consume the JSON data that was sent from the client server

Drush Make + Site Install

Important These instructions could become outdated over time. Up to date instructions can always be found via the official readme. Drupal WxT uses Drush Make for a rapid built-out of the Drupal codebase. A drush make file is similar to an “ant script” and allows us to host just the code that we are developing (Installation Profile and Custom Modules, Features, and Themes) on GitHub. Any user who has Drush installed can then perform a build-out of both the Drupal Core package and various contributed modules hosted on Drupal.

Getting Started (Windows)

Important The most up to date instructions are available in the README.md file. This page while outdated does contain additional procedures for custom environments. Install Acquia Dev Desktop If this is your first Drupal 7 install, you may want to install the Acquia Dev Destop on your machine since it will provide you with a complete environment at the click of a button. It will set up Apache, MySQL, PHP and install an instance of Drupal.

System Requirements

Drupal WxT can run on a wide range of desktop and server operating systems including Windows, MacOS, Linux and UNIX. However, you will need to configure the environment according to the standard Drupal 7 requirements. This page provides a brief summary of those requirements and recommendations. More information is available from the system requirements page at Drupal.org. Web server Apache 2.x Microsoft IIS NGINX Database server PostgreSQL 8.

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