Module Paths 6.x-1.0
File ID: 100162
Module Paths 6.x-1.0 Description
Description: This is a simple helper module for module developers and maintainers to keep an overview of the different CVS branches (like DRUPAL-5, DRUPAL-5--2, DRUPAL-6--1, HEAD, etc) they have enabled on different test sites.
A module developer that has to maintain different branches of the same module typically has CVS checkouts of those branches in directories like foo-DRUPAL-5, foo-DRUPAL-5--2, foo-HEAD. This module provides a block (and page) that displays the path name of the enabled modules on a site. That way it's easy to determine which version of the modules is enabled the site.
Related: Module, branches, enabled, Modules, foohead, foodrupal, Directories, Version, Block, determine, displays, it039s, Maintain, Overview, drupal, Scripts, paths, paths scripts, module paths, module paths scripts
O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X
File Size: 10.0 KB
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