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Repository of Magento Tools from Pulse Storm LLC
This repository contains open source code modules and scripts to help developers work more efficiently with the Magento Ecommerce system. They're provided free of charge by Pulse Storm LLC. If you've found them useful you may find Pulse Storm's commercial extensions and knowledge products useful as well
You can find Pulse Storm on the web at http://www.pulsestorm.net/
IMPORTANT: Module enabling files in
default to false, which means the extension will not be loaded by default. Changing this values to true will enable the module.
Building is a little janky right now, improvements are more than welcome.
The folder structure of this repository mirrors a standard Magento community edition install. To build individual modules, simply run to the bash build scripts located at the root of the project
$ cd /path/to/checkout $ ./build_developer_manual.bash
After running, you'll find a tar archive in the
folder. This archive is not a Magento Connect module. Rather, it's an archive that contains all the files you'll need to manually install in your system.
Tar to Connect
magento-tar-to-connect.php can be used to convert a plain tar archive into a Magento Connect ready package. Usage is as follows
$ magento-tar-to-connect.php [config.php]
config.php is the path to a configuration file. Configuration files are a plain PHP
include that returns an array in the following format
return array( 'base_dir' => '/fakehome/Documents/github/Pulsestorm/var/build', 'archive_files' => 'Pulsestorm_Modulelist.tar', 'extension_name' => 'Module_List', 'extension_version' => '0.1.3', 'archive_connect' => 'Module_List-0.1.3.tgz', 'path_output' => '/fakehome/Pulsestorm/var/build-connect', 'stability' => 'stable', 'license' => 'MIT', 'channel' => 'community', 'summary' => 'Reports on installed Magento code modules', 'description' => 'This extension adds a section to the Magento Admin console which lists all install code modules. Modules are distinct from Magento Connect packages. A Connect package may contain a module, but it not limited to a module.', 'notes' => 'Added reporting on module version, moved to community code pool.', 'author_name' => 'Alan Storm', 'author_user' => 'alanstorm', 'author_email' => 'firstname.lastname@example.org', 'php_min' => '5.2.0', 'php_max' => '6.0.0', )
This script does not (currently) support every Magento Connect package feature — instead this is a bare minimum of fields needed to get a working extension. All files are added with the
"Magento other" label, which allows the package directory structure to mirror an actual Magento system.
Pulse Storm Launcher
The Pulse storm launcher provides the Magento admin console with a Quicksilver like plugin for immediate access to Magento navigation items, system configuration sections, and the Magento global search.
Original Post: http://alanstorm.com/magento_admin_navigation_launcher
The Layout Unremove module allows you to, via Layout Update XML scripts, undo the effects of a previously executed <remove/> tag.
Original Post: http://alanstorm.com/magento_layout_unremove_in_local_xml
The Developer Manual extension allows you to, in real time, query your system for which action methods are available via a particular block tag. Additional reference materials are planned.
Original Post: http://alanstorm.com/magento_action_layout_reference
The Module List Module provides you with a list of enabled and disable modules, as well as some simple tools for debugging your own module installation issues. Module here refers to Magento Code Modules, which are separate from Magento Connect Extensions.
Original Post: http://alanstorm.com/magento_list_module
System Config Search
The system configuration search enhances the Admin Console UI and allows you to search for specific configuration fields
Original Post: http://alanstorm.com/magento_configuration_search
A quick and dirty module that inserts a X-UA-Compatible meta head to force IE 9 into IE 8 compatibility mode. Useful for users who are stuck on an older version of Magento, and/or can't manually upgrade Prototype JS.
Implements a query string based way to view layout information for a particular request.
Original Post: http://alanstorm.com/layouts_blocks_and_templates
Inspired by the Netflix Chaos monkey, Chaos is the start to an extension which provides a framework for swapping configuration node values randomly. Ships with code that will swap Magento in and out of flat category/product mode at random, helping your team ensure their extensions/customizations work as expected.
The scripts included here are not the finest example of PHP shell scripting. They're here to do a job, and that's it. Improvements are more than welcome.
Magento Attribute Migration Generator
This script generates a setup resource script for any existing Magento attribute.
NOTE: Must be run from the root of the Magento system with the existing attribute.
Original Post: http://alanstorm.com/magento_attribute_migration_generator