At work, we have a Jenkins server. I love the butler. One thing we use it for is making nightly snapshots of our distribution, Demo Framework. One cool feature of Jenkins is that I can tell it to email me when the build fails. (Of course, this always seems to happen on a Friday night!) Sometimes the build fails due to network errors, so when I received an email on Friday that the build broke, I didn't worry.
Have you ever created a Drupal module (or Feature) only to later realize that the name you've given it needs to be changed?
Not to worry, a couple of quick one-liners will solve this problem easily.
First, change the directory name of your old module.
mv old_module new_module
Move into the newly renamed directory.
Here's a quick snippet of code to keep around if you ever migrate from an old domain to a new domain.
Shown here is what I used to move brantwynn.com to whaaat.com:
((( This is for *NIX users - so OS X or Linux. If you're on Windows, check out: http://zsh-nt.sourceforge.net )))
Today we will be upgrading (re: changing) our shell from bash to zsh!
More on zsh here: http://zsh.sourceforge.net/FAQ/zshfaq01.html#l3
Why do you need it? Well, you don't technically... but I HIGHLY recommend it.
We will be using a package called 'oh my zsh!' from https://github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh
1. If you don't have it already, install ZSH. This comes with OSX but you might need to download it on other forms of UNIX.