Yesterday, I felt like reviewing some patches, so I fired up my Quickstart-based virtual machine and set about creating some Drupal development sites. I realized I first had to create Drush Make files to get the proper development versions installed. So I did that. However, I also realized that, despite cloning the code via Git and checking out a particular branch, the Git clone was not actually a Git repository. This is because Drush Make requires the –working-copy switch in order to do this. I’ve posted a workaround on the Quickstart issue queues. This post mostly serves as pointers to a couple things:
Although this is not recommended, I’ve seen the question mentioned in the topic come up a couple times over the last few weeks:
How do I get my links to open in a new window or tab in the user’s browser in Drupal 7?
Thanks again goes to Oliver Seldman for inviting me to co-present this with him originally and for all the help with the slides and content, especially the simplicity of the presentation. Please give him your money.