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Safari contextual menu for applying Drupal patches

I wanted an easy way to test patches, so here's what I did.

Downloaded OnMyCommand.

Copied the OMCEdit application folder to Applications.

Ran the script Install OnMyCommandCM (I checked it out in Script Editor first.)

Logged out and logged back in.

Followed this tutorial.

Drupal 4.6 and PHP 5

I'm running PHP 5.1.6 and wanted to do some testing with the publish and subscribe modules for Drupal. This is the first time I've had PHP5 on my development machine for a variety of mundane reasons. Drupal 4.7 runs fine with PHP5, but imagine my surprise when a fresh install of Drupal 4.6.9 looked like this:

Remote PHP Debugging on Intel-based Macs with Komodo

I got a new computer. Yay! It's a Mac Pro.

So naturally I want to set up my Drupal working environment on it.

However, I use the Zend IDE and the Zend Studio Server debugger will not run on Intel-based Macs. No, seriously. It's inexcusable.

Script for automating Drupal installation

I do a lot of testing with Drupal, so I need a quick and easy way to create a new Drupal site, create the associated database, and get started. There are probably better solutions out there, but this is what I use. It's a bash script that I developed with the help of killes sometime last year. I just updated it for Drupal 4.7.

Now when I want to create a new Drupal site I just type

newdrupal47 foo bar

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