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@rfay rfay released this Mar 19, 2020

This is the same as v1.3.2, it's just that the installers tarball had the current "stable" version of Docker Desktop For Windows, which is broken, so this rolls back to Docker Desktop for Windows 2.2.0.3.

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@rfay rfay released this Mar 19, 2020 · 1 commit to master since this release

This version has only one change over v1.3.1: It uses MariaDB 10.3 by default, since 10.3 is now required by Drupal 9.0.x.

To use:

  • Download the drupal_sprint_package (either tar.gz or zip)
  • Untar or unzip it into a directory where you want it.
  • cd into the drupal_sprint_package directory
  • run ./install.sh
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@rfay rfay released this Mar 4, 2020 · 2 commits to master since this release

This is the same as https://github.com/drud/quicksprint/releases/tag/v1.3.0 but has updated starting git repos, and packages the current Docker Desktop for Windows. There was a time it was unuseable, so had been pushed back to an older one.

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@rfay rfay released this Feb 10, 2020 · 4 commits to master since this release

Things have stabilized, drush 8.x works, switch_branch works for 8.8, 8.9, 9.0

This may be used at Florida Drupalcamp 2020

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@rfay rfay released this Oct 23, 2019 · 7 commits to master since this release

Drupal 9.0.x and Drush 10 were moving too fast in different directions, and there was no confidence we could get a stable build before Drupalcon Amsterdam, so this extra release switches the default target back to Drupal 8.9.x, and does not include a site-local drush in any checkout.

People who need Drupal 9.0.x will use switch_branch.sh 9.0.x and do a manual web install.

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@rfay rfay released this Oct 18, 2019 · 8 commits to master since this release

v1.2.0 wants to be the version we use at Drupalcon Amsterdam contribution days. We still have some time if there are issues.

Installation suggestions:

  • Untar/unzip the drupal_sprint_package and quicksprint_thirdparty_installs tarballs in a temporary directory. (quicksprint_thirdparty_installs untars into a subdirectory of drupal_sprint_package; it's split out just because of github file size limits)
  • Install docker if necessary (preferred, but not if you're going to lose your own data)on
  • If on Windows, install the git-for-windows install
  • Run the install.sh

Testing suggestions:

  • Use the user readme as a guide.

  • Use your favorite OS. Better yet, install on an OS that isn't your favorite. Windows is common at contribution events, and less-used by mentors.

  • Try to uninstall ddev and docker to start, make sure they aren't in your path. (Uninstalling docker will lose any volumes/databases you may have, and any containers. So you won't want to do this naively).

  • Run through the entire setup as a user would do it

  • Please open an issue for nontrivial bugs you might find

  • Please feel free to discuss less significant things in #148

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@rfay rfay released this Sep 28, 2019 · 9 commits to master since this release

It's time to try this out on all operating systems and make sure it will be fine when Drupalcon Amsterdam comes around.

Installation suggestions:

  • Untar/unzip the drupal_sprint_package and quicksprint_thirdparty_installs tarballs in a temporary directory. (quicksprint_thirdparty_installs untars into a subdirectory of drupal_sprint_package; it's split out just because of github file size limits)
  • Install docker if necessary (preferred, but not if you're going to lose your own data)on
  • If on Windows, install the git-for-windows install
  • Run the install.sh

Testing suggestions:

  • Use the user readme as a guide.

  • Use your favorite OS. Better yet, install on an OS that isn't your favorite. Windows is common at contribution events, and less-used by mentors.

  • Try to uninstall ddev and docker to start, make sure they aren't in your path. (Uninstalling docker will lose any volumes/databases you may have, and any containers. So you won't want to do this naively).

  • Run through the entire setup as a user would do it

  • Please open an issue for nontrivial bugs you might find

  • Please feel free to discuss less significant things in #148

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Sep 27, 2019
Use --dereference on sprint tarball creation to avoid windows symlink…
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Remove vendor/bin/composer link temporarily, fixes #151

@rfay rfay released this Sep 25, 2019 · 11 commits to master since this release

It's time to try this out on all operating systems and make sure it will be fine when Drupalcon Amsterdam comes around.

NOTE: Not ready for Windows due to upstream problem #151

Installation suggestions:

  • Untar/unzip the drupal_sprint_package and quicksprint_thirdparty_installs tarballs in a temporary directory. (quicksprint_thirdparty_installs untars into a subdirectory of drupal_sprint_package; it's split out just because of github file size limits)
  • Install docker if necessary (preferred, but not if you're going to lose your own data)on
  • If on Windows, install the git-for-windows install
  • Run the install.sh

Testing suggestions:

  • Use the user readme as a guide.

  • Use your favorite OS. Better yet, install on an OS that isn't your favorite. Windows is common at contribution events, and less-used by mentors.

  • Try to uninstall ddev and docker to start, make sure they aren't in your path. (Uninstalling docker will lose any volumes/databases you may have, and any containers. So you won't want to do this naively).

  • Run through the entire setup as a user would do it

  • Please open an issue for nontrivial bugs you might find

  • Please feel free to discuss less significant things in #148

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