Custom commands for Drupal console.
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Last update: 2020-05-25 18:08:37 UTC
Provides custom Drupal console commands and chains.
curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dennisinteractive/drupal_console_commands/master/Makefile > Makefile make install
These are custom commands used to build a site. The information about the site comes from
See some examples of site YAML files at https://github.com/dennisinteractive/drupal_console_commands/tree/master/sites
Runs the following commands to build a site:
- skip: Use this option to leave out one or more commands. i.e.
--skip="checkout, phpunit:setup"will run all the steps above except
Builds a new site using a Drupal project as template from one of the following:
drupal site:checkout site-name [--branch|--tag]
Performs a git clone and checks out the specified branch or tag
drupal site:checkout:tag site-name --tag
git cloneand checks out the specified tag/revision
drupal site:checkout:branch site-name --branch
git cloneand checks out the specified branch
drupal site:compose site-name
drupal site:make site-name
Compiles NPM packages and runs
Compiles Grunt packages and runs
drupal site:settings site-name
Runs the following commands:
Creates settings.php using default.settings.php provided by Drupal core
Appends includes for the settings below:
- settings.db.php for database credentials.
- settings.memcache.php for memcache configuration.
- settings.local.php in the web/sites/[site name] directory.
This file is auto-generated and should not be committed. If you have a file named
web/sites/example.settings.local.phpin the site's folder, it will be used as a template for
- settings.[env].php These files are auto-generated and should not be committed. Depending on your environment (--env option), it will copy the respective file into web/sites/[site name]. i.e. default.settings.dev.php -> settings.dev.php
- settings.mine.php Use this file to add your personal customisations to override all of the above.
It is recommended that you add settings.*.php to .gitignore.
drupal site:settings:db site-name
Creates settings.db.php in the web/sites/default folder. This file contains DB credentials and should not be committed.
drupal site:settings:memcache site-name
Creates settings.memcache.php in the web/sites/default folder. This file contains Memcache configuration and should not be committed.
drupal site:phpunit:setup site-name
Creates phpunit.xml in the root. This file contains PHPUnit configuration and should not be committed.
drupal site:behat:setup site-name
Creates behat.yml in the tests folder. This file contains Behat configuration and should not be committed.
drupal site:db:import site-name
If a database dump is available, it will drop the current database and import the dump. The information for this comes from
The command will copy the dump from the original place to
/tmp. Runing the command again will only copy the file if the original has changed. This is very useful when working remotely on slow networks.
If no db-dump information is available or there is no dump at the location, it will run a site install.
Currently, the supported extensions are
drupal site:update site-name
Runs updates, import configuration, clear caches. You can enable or disable modules after import by adding the list to the site.yml file as follows:
modules: enable: - stage_file_proxy - devel disable: - cdn
drupal site:test site-name
Runs test suites
- `./behat %s` (Behat tests) - `./vendor/bin/phpunit` (PHPUnit tests)
Each environment will have its own chain that executes the relevant commands and chains
Prepares artifacts and runs the following:
Builds a site for CI and runs the following:
Builds a site for QA and runs the following:
Builds a site for Staging and runs the following:
Runs updates on production and runs the following:
- -h - Shows all the available arguments and options.
- --no-interaction - Executes the command without asking any optional argument
- --skip - Skips the execution of one or more commands (only
By default, the commands will use parameters from the
site.yml, but it is possible to override them using environment variables.
For example, to override the root directory you can set the variable before calling
drupal site:build drupal site:build d7-example drupal site:build d7-example -e dev --branch="master" drupal site:build d7-example -e dev --branch="master" --skip="checkout, compose" drupal site:db:import d7-example