Drush is a command line shell and Unix scripting interface for Drupal. Drush core ships with lots of useful commands for interacting with code like modules/themes/profiles. Similarly, it runs update.php, executes sql queries and DB migrations, and misc utilities like run cron or clear cache. Drush can be extended by 3rd party commandfiles.
- General Documentation
- API Documentation
- Drush Commands
- Subscribe this atom feed to receive notification on new releases. Also, Version eye.
- Drush packages available via Composer
- A list of modules that include Drush integration
- Drush comes with a full test suite powered by PHPUnit. Each commit gets tested by the awesome Travis.ci continuous integration service.
Please take a moment to review the rest of the information in this file before pursuing one of the support options below.
- Post support requests to Drupal Answers.
- Bug reports and feature requests should be reported in the GitHub Drush Issue Queue.
- Use pull requests (PRs) to contribute to Drush.
- It is still possible to search the old issue queue on Drupal.org for fixed bugs, unmigrated issues, unmigrated bugs, and so on.
Q: What does "drush" stand for? A: The Drupal Shell. Q: How do I pronounce Drush? A: Some people pronounce the dru with a long u like Drupal. Fidelity points go to them, but they are in the minority. Most pronounce Drush so that it rhymes with hush, rush, flush, etc. This is the preferred pronunciation. Q: Does Drush have unit tests? A: Drush has an excellent suite of unit tests. See [tests/README.md](https://github.com/drush-ops/drush/blob/master/tests/README.md) for more information.
- Originally developed by Arto Bendiken for Drupal 4.7.
- Redesigned by Franz Heinzmann in May 2007 for Drupal 5.
- Maintained by Moshe Weitzman with much help from Owen Barton, greg.1.anderson, jonhattan, Mark Sonnabaum, Jonathan Hedstrom and Christopher Gervais.