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- Drupal Console
The Drupal Console is a suite of tools that you run on a command line interface (CLI) to generate boilerplate code and interact with a Drupal 8 installation.
All notable changes to this project will be documented in the releases page
Supported Drupal version
The Drupal 8 supported version is Drupal 8.0.0.
Drupal Console documentation
You can read or download the Drupal Console documentation at bit.ly/console-book.
Drupal Console support
You can ask for support at Drupal Console gitter chat room http://bit.ly/console-support.
Installing Drupal Console
# Run this in your terminal to get the latest Console version: curl -LSs http://drupalconsole.com/installer | php # Or if you don't have curl: php -r "readfile('http://drupalconsole.com/installer');" | php # You can place this file anywhere you wish. # If you put it in your PATH, you can access it globally. # For example: move console.phar and rename it, 'drupal': mv console.phar /usr/local/bin/drupal # Show all available commands. drupal list # Copy configuration files. drupal init # Generate a module. drupal generate:module
Using Drupal Console
# You can enable autocomplete by executing drupal init # Bash: Bash support depends on the http://bash-completion.alioth.debian.org/ # project which can be installed with your package manager of choice. Then add # this line to your shell configuration file. source "$HOME/.console/console.rc" 2>/dev/null # Zsh: Add this line to your shell configuration file. source "$HOME/.console/console.rc" 2>/dev/null # Fish: Create a symbolic link ln -s ~/.console/drupal.fish ~/.config/fish/completions/drupal.fish