More information to come soon at this project page.
This project is developed by Bright Solutions. We also offer paid Drupal and ERPAL support, integration and process consulting.
This is a drush extension that can help keeping make files updated, which normally is a manual and time consuming process. With this extension you simply ask drush to do all the work.
Simply clone the repository into your .drush folder and with any other drush extension.
The extension comes with two new commands makefile-check and makefile-update, where the first only checks the makefile for updates and write version suggestions on the screen.
The later writes the updates into an output file (update make file).
~$ drush makefile-check <MAKEFILE>
~$ drush makefile-update <IN MAKEFILE> <OUT MAKEFILE>
- The commands utilize cache this option by-passes the cache.
- This options takes a comma delimited list of projects that should not be updated in the make file.
Note: This extension will only work with the 5.x version of drush.
Kproject integration with the Drupal bot.module.
This module provides release management for releases in ERPAL. You can create releases on tags of the repository of a project and add tasks to the release. From these tasks and the comments on the tasks, you can easily create documentations. For more details, read the related blog post about speed-up project development with ERPAL.
More information on this d.o project to come. Stay tuned at http://erpal.info !
This project is developed by Bright Solutions. We also offer paid Drupal and ERPAL integration and process consulting.
This module list the workflow state for the content added, as per the user role and the workflow state assigned to that role.
For eg workflow states editor, to be published and published.
eg "Current Workflow State" block will list the node which are in the "to be published" state of workflow, for the user with the role "Publisher" login through the admin section of the site.
Once the block is assigned to the region through the admin section
the workflow role to whom it is access-able needs to be configured using "Show block for specific roles" section
Naming convention for the publish state in workflow needs to be configured to below url
to avoid the display of the published content in the block.
eg if the workflow state for the published content is "Published" this needs to be added
to the Naming convention for the publish state.
The content is displayed in the block for the authenticated user. The block is refreshed through Ajax call after 10 second and list the newly added content, once the workflow state action in taken it is removed from the block for that user and get listed in the next workflow state for other role assign to that state.
If no records are available it will display "Record not found".