Last updated March 23, 2014. Created by thomjjames on November 3, 2010.
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Features offers some useful drush commands which can help streamline your development even further. (Drush is a command line shell and scripting interface for Drupal.)

The drush commands Features offers are:

features-list
explanation: List all the available features for your site.
aliases: fl, features
example: drush features

features-components
explanation: List features components.
aliases: fc
example 1: drush features-components List feature components matching patterns. The listing may be limited to
exported/not-exported components.
example 2: drush features-components --exported Show only components that have been exported.

features-export
explanation: Export a feature from your site into a module. If the feature exists, new components are added into that feature.
aliases: fe
Syntax: drush features-export name_of_feature component1 [component2...]
Example: drush fe my_new_blog_feature views_view:view_name

To get a list of components, use the above features-components command.

features-update
explanation: Update a feature module on your site.
aliases: fu
example: drush features-update NAME_OF_FEATURE_TO_EXPORT

features-update-all
explanation: Update all feature modules on your site.
aliases: fu-all, fua
example: drush features-update-all

features-revert
explanation: Revert a feature module on your site.
aliases: fr
example: drush features-revert NAME_OF_FEATURE_TO_REVERT

features-revert-all
explanation: Revert all enabled feature module on your site.
aliases: fr-all, fra
example: drush features-revert-all

features-diff
explanation: Show a diff of a feature module.
aliases: fd
example: drush features-diff NAME_OF_FEATURE_TO_EXPORT

Information taken from features.drush.inc in Features module bundle.

You can also use -y to respond automatically Yes to confirmation dialogs e.g.
drush fra -y

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