One of the difficulties of keeping a Drupal website completely in version control, is that a lot of the configuration is stored in the database. Each change you make to a site via clicking and saving on a site administration page is saved in the database. It is difficult to keep a history of these changes without writing the entire database to a file and then checking that into version control. But you don't want to commit an entire database into git. This is where the Features module comes into play. It helps separate the site's configuration in the database from the site's content.
I am a big fan, user, and tinkerer of Scuttle: the Open Source Social Bookmarking System. In case you have never heard of it, Scuttle is similar to other social bookmarking web applications like Delicious and Pinboard. It allows you to save website bookmarks on a public site, so that other people can follow your bookmarks and you can follow other people with similar interests. Although unlike delicious and pinboard, most scuttle instances are decentralized with only a few users. So there is less of the social aspect. (That is until someone figures out how to federate all of the decentrailized installations.)
R version 2.14.1 (2011-12-22)
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I have a large mysqldump backup file of all databases on a server but I need a sql backup for a single database. So I wanted to break up the dump file into smaller pieces. This is one solution I came up with using vim.
I opened the dump file and a newly created file for the single database:
vim db-dump.sql newdumpfile.sql
I searched for the start of the database section by searching for:
where "databasename" is the specific database I want to grab.
// Download a module or theme
drush dl cck
// Enable module or theme
drush en cck
// clear cache all, don't need sudo
drush cc all
// Get help message on command
drush help pm-update
// List site aliases
// Get status on particular site, via site-alias
drush @math status
Submitted by Denver Droid on Sat, 2011-07-09 15:13
Delete some files in the Downloads folder
My Downloads folder is always out of control. There are always a
ton of pdf files that I opened once in a browser but don't need to
save. It's a pain to open a GUI file navigator, like Nautilus, and
double click on each pdf file to view it and see if it should be
tossed. However with Emacs, trimming my Downloads directory of old
files is quick and easy.