Description: What this Module Does
In the description of each module on the page admin/build/modules, ModuleInfo places a list of the Pages, Blocks, and Content-types created by that module. Basically it alerts the user to any changes that a module makes to the drupal UI.
* Help pages
* Configuration Pages
* Other Pages
* If system module, link to the handbook page
* Query outside review sources (e.g. drupalmodules.com)
Module Info provides a simple description of the changes a
module makes to a user's API. This description is placed on the
admin/build/modules page, conveniently next the module.
This module solves a problem that I have frequently had, and that
others I know have had: When I enable a module, I have no immediate
indication of precisely "what" the module does, and more importantly
*where* i can go to take advantage of that functionality. Frequently I
am forced to hunt around the menus, etc. to with the question "what has
changed now this module is enabled?" My module provides a nice, simple
list of the pages, blocks, and content-types a module creates, eliminating
a (in my view) huge usability issue.
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O/S:Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X
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