QDrupal is a module that integrates the QCubed PHP5 Framework with Drupal. The QDrupal module simply provides the integration code and requires the user to create their own QForm pages for use within the Drupal framework and page structure. Most QCubed features are available, including code generation and access to QForms. All Drupal features are available, such as user management and CMS features.
April 21, 2009 - QDrupal 6.x-2.0 has finally landed. We've maintained this release in a private SVN, and it has been in production for several months. This release can be considered a stable release.
June 25, 2008 - I've finally released QDrupal for Drupal 6! This is a beta release, so please proceed with caution.
May 14, 2008 - I've begun work on porting QDrupal to Drupal 6. I think I've successfully figured out the branching mechanism that Drupal uses and I will be continuing to support the QDrupal version for Drupal 5.
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Please review the README file included in the bundle for installation and usage instructions. This is the same information as on the GitHub project page.
You can use this project for filing patches, feature requests, and bug reports.
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Ever wish that Drupal had a front-end code editor? Frustrated with using the space bar to indent code in textareas? Wish you could back up your node code to a hard file? Then Save-to-File might be the solution for you!
Switching between Drupal and Your Favorite Editor
- You start creating your code in a node content's textarea and realize that you'd really appreciate some syntax highlighting and automatic tag completion.
- You click "Save to file" to save the content you've already created to a file via ajax.
- You save the node and view the page.
- You open the new file up in your code editor. Now you can work with the content as a static file. Changes will be reflected in the browser because it's drawing from the file contents.
Fapilicious is a collection of FormAPI goodies.
I hope to make it a repository of reusable FormAPI trickery and short cuts. Currently it has small collection of powerful FormAPI element validators.
Please submit your favorite tricks as patches so we can add on to this library.
Mapdir is a small utility module that provides a very flexible and general functional programming (read: easy) mechanism for applying functions to all (or selected) files and subdirectories in a directory.
Sample applications include data import, extraction or transformation.
Any time you are tempted to use PHP's 'glob' function, you might think about using this instead.
This module is no longer maintained.Read more