Enabled Modules 6.x-1.0
File ID: 99897
Enabled Modules 6.x-1.0 Description
Description: The Enabled Modules (enabled_modules) module provides lists of all enabled modules (whether the installed code base is present or not d-deOCt enabled but absent modules are flagged missing), and disabled modules (disabled but not uninstalled). The lists are created using views, so can be easily edited. These features are useful for moving sites to a whole new code base and rebuilding fresh with only the modules actually in use, or doing clean up on your modules folders.
It is also planned (not yet implemented) to provide a block showing recently enabled modules (with links to the module's administration tasks) and provide a list of recently disabled modules, which would be useful to administrators to provide administration links to the modules they had just enabled. Read more at the original "need" posting.
Tracy Hurley (hurleyit) contributed the #D7CX Drupal 7 port and Julian Granger-Bevan (juliangb) is the active maintainer.
Related: Modules, enabled, provide, disabled, Links, Administration, recently, Lists, administrators, implemented, Block, Module, showing, original, Tasks, viewstracy, juliangb
O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X
File Size: 10.0 KB
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