LocalGov Drupal Microsites distribution
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- php: >=8.1
- drupal/admin_toolbar: ^3.1
- drupal/autosave_form: ^1.3
- drupal/core: ^9.5.1
- drupal/default_content: ^2.0@alpha
- drupal/domain_group: dev-group-3.x#949a60ba
- drupal/domain_path: 1.x-dev#33fde0b
- drupal/gin: ^3.0@RC
- drupal/gin_login: ^2.0.0
- drupal/gin_toolbar: ^1.0@RC
- drupal/metatag: ^1.22
- drupal/require_login: ^3.0
- localgovdrupal/localgov_blogs: ^1.0.0-beta1
- localgovdrupal/localgov_claro: ^2.0.0
- localgovdrupal/localgov_core: ^2.1.0
- localgovdrupal/localgov_directories: ^2.2
- localgovdrupal/localgov_events: ^2.0
- localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites_base: ^2.0.0-beta1
- localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites_colour_picker_fields: ^1.0.0-beta1
- localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites_group: ^2.0.0-beta1
- localgovdrupal/localgov_news: ^2.1
- localgovdrupal/localgov_page: ^1.0.0-beta1
- localgovdrupal/localgov_sa11y: ^1.0.0-beta1
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Last update: 2023-03-30 10:12:27 UTC
Drupal distribution and install profile to help UK councils collaborate and share Drupal code for publishing website content across a number of microsites from a single Drupal installation.
This repository is the Drupal installation profile that is best installed using composer to require a project template, localgov_microsites_project, to scaffold and build the codebase which includes this profile.
Please see https://github.com/localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites_project
This work was initially funded by the Local Digital Fund (https://www.localdigital.gov.uk/fund/) from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUCH).
We are actively supporting and developing the 2.x branch for Drupal 9.
The 1.x branch is no longer actively supported and not recommended for new sites.
If for any reason you are still using the 1.x branch on your site, please create an issue on Github to let us know.
Further documentation for developers, content designers and other audiences can be found at https://docs.localgovdrupal.org/microsites/.
For installation steps, see: https://github.com/localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites_project
Requirements for installing LocalGov Drupal locally for testing and development
To install LocalGov Drupal locally you will need an appropriate versions of:
- PHP (see https://www.drupal.org/docs/system-requirements/php-requirements)
- A database server like MySQL (see https://www.drupal.org/docs/system-requirements/database-server-requirements)
- A web server like APache2 (see https://www.drupal.org/docs/system-requirements/web-server-requirements)
Many of us use the Lando file included to run a local docker environmnent for testing and development, but seom people prefer to run the web servers natively on their host machine.
We folllow Drupal's PHP recomendations: https://www.drupal.org/docs/system-requirements/php-requirements#versions
We currently recomend and test against PHP 8.1.
You will also need to have certain PHP extensions enabled (see https://www.drupal.org/docs/system-requirements/php-requirements#extensions) including:
- PHP mbstring
- PHP cURL
- GD library
If you see errors when running composer require, double check your PHP extensions.
Developer notes for default content
This profile creates a single node of demo content using the https://www.drupal.org/project/default_content module.
This node includes layout paragraphs and paragraph content to demonstrate some of the content components available for a new microsite. When a new microsite is created, it attempts to clone this node into the new microsite.
As developers, we often want to update the default content, using drush.
To export an item of content and all references:
lando drush dcer <entity type> <entity id> --folder=profiles/contrib/localgov_microsites/content/
So for node/1:
lando drush dcer node 1 --folder=profiles/contrib/localgov_microsites/content/
Composer and Lando
To install locally, you will need Composer and we recommend using Lando for a consistent developer environment.
Please also see the Lando requirements section for details of Docker requirements for different operating systems.
Installing LocalGov Drupal locally with composer
To install LocalGov Drupal locally for testing or development, use the Composer-based project template.
MY_PROJECT to whatever you'd like your project directory to be called.
composer create-project localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites_project --stability beta --no-install MY_PROJECT
Change directory into the MY_PROJECT directory and run lando start.
cd MY_PROJECT lando start
Once lando has finished building, use lando to run composer install and the site installer.
lando composer install lando drush si localgov_microsites -y
Note: As you might be running a different version of PHP on your host machine from the version that Lando runs, it is advisable to run composer install from within Lando. This ensures dependencies reflect the PHP version that the webserver is actually running.
If developing locally and you want to force composer to clone again
from source rather than use composer cache, you can add the
lando composer create-project localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites_project --stability beta --stability beta --no-cache --no-install MY_PROJECT
If you just want to pull in the latest changes to LocalGov Drupal run composer
update with the
lando composer update --no-cache
If you want to be sure you are getting the latest commits when developing, clearing composer cache, deleting the folders and re-running composer update seems to be a solid approach:
rm -rf web/profiles/contrib/ web/modules/contrib/ web/themes/contrib/; composer clear-cache; composer update --with-dependencies --no-cache; lando start; lando drush si localgov_microsites -y;
If you run into memory limit errors
when running Composer commands, prefix the commands with
For example, to install the project run:
COMPOSER_MEMORY_LIMIT=-1 composer create-project localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites_project MY_PROJECT
See CONTRIBUTING.md for current contribution guidelines.
Most issues will be tracked in this repository https://github.com/localgovdrupal/localgov_microsites/issues.
Development issues relating to specific projects or module should be tracked in the project repository.
The main development environment in use is currently Lando – a Docker based development environment that works on Linux, MacOS and Windows.
@todo Document Lando setup.
PHP CodeSniffer is installed as a dev dependency by Composer and configured to use Drupal coding standards and best practices. It is a good idea to run these before committing any code. All code in pull requests should pass all CodeSniffer tests.
To check code using Lando run:
To attempt to automatically fix coding errors in Lando run:
Coding standards resources
phpunit.xml.dist file contains configuration for automatically
running the LocalGov Drupal test suite.
To run all LocalGov Drupal tests with Lando use:
To run all the tests for a specific module use:
lando phpunit web/modules/contrib/localgov_my_module
Tests can be filtered using the
--filter option. To only run a specific test
lando phpunit --filter=myTestName
- PHPUnit documentation
- Drupal 8 PHPUnit documentation
- Drupal 8 testing documentation
- Workshop: Automated Testing and Test Driven Development in Drupal 8
This project is currently maintained by:
- Ekes: https://www.drupal.org/u/ekes
- Finn Lewis: https://www.drupal.org/u/finn-lewis
- Maria Young: https://www.drupal.org/u/mariay-0
- Mark Conroy: https://www.drupal.org/u/markconroy
- Stephen Cox: https://www.drupal.org/u/stephen-cox