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Drupal 8 Tools

This is a placeholder for simple D8 goodies that will hopefully help you speed up recurring tasks.

Notes

  • Those Shell scripts have been tested against Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) and 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr). If you're running a non LTS release, use at your own risk.
  • Make sure all scripts are executable (chmod +x script.sh)
  • It's safer to run those scripts from within a container or a VM (e.g. Docker or Vagrant)

Recommended usage

Add the following bash aliases in your .bash_aliases file:

alias saudit='sudo /path/to/drupal-8-tools/audit/system_audit.sh'
alias maudit='sudo /path/to/drupal-8-tools/audit/module_audit.sh'
alias install='sudo /path/to/drupal-8-tools/provisioning/install.sh'
alias delete='sudo /path/to/drupal-8-tools/provisioning/delete.sh'
alias update='sudo /path/to/drupal-8-tools/misc/core-update.sh'
alias module='sudo /path/to/drupal-8-tools/scaffolding/module.sh'

Apply changes without rebooting:

$ . ~/.bash_aliases

To provision a Drupal 8 site, invoke the install.sh or delete.sh script directly and give it a sitename:

$ install/delete {sitename}

If you want a module scaffolding, invoke the module.sh script:

$ module

Want to quickly try and update Drupal (there be dragons!)? Run:

$ update

To audit your system against Drupal 8 requirements, run:

$ saudit

If you wish to upgrade a Drupal 7 module to Drupal 8, there's also a script for that! Run the below command and enter the full Unix path to any D7 module to audit:

$ maudit

You might also want to run a quick system audit to make sure your LAMP stack is compatible with Drupal 8's minimum requirements. Simply run:

$ audit