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Downloads of v 5.1.2:
26 Apr 2012
- Moshe Weitzman
- Owen Barton
Tags:drupal drush cmd
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Drush (Command Line)
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This package is likely a meta/virtual (*) or an installer (*.install) or portable (*.portable) application package.
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This package was submitted prior to moderation and has not been approved. While it is likely safe for you, there is more risk involved.
The Drush Project Manager allows you to download, enable, disable, uninstall, update modules/themes/profiles/translations from the command line in a very simple way (apt-get style) - just type e.g. drush dl views and drush pm-enable views in a Drupal directory to install the Views project! Additionally, the Drush Package Manager also allows you to update all your modules and even Drupal core with just one command - drush pm-update.
Drush Core: several useful utilities for site administrators and developers (e.g. drush cron or drush cache-clear). Also includes a customized bash shell for drush. Start it with the drush cli command.
Drupal SQL Commands help you issue queries to any of your databases (i.e. is multi-site aware) and even helps you migrate databases between your environments.
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