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Drush: Managing Drupal from the Command Line

Jan 31, 2012, 15:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Shashank Sharma)

[ Thanks to Lee Schlesinger for this link. ]

"With its vast number of plugins, Drupal can be used to build many different kinds of websites, from simple blogs to photo journals to corporate websites. Managing all of these different kinds of websites with Drupal's graphical management interface can become a bit of a chore, because while a GUI makes it easy to pick the tasks and options you want, it doesn't let you run them quickly. That's where Drush, a Drupal command-line shell, makes a Drupal administrator's job easy. Drush can make it easy for you to perform an internal cleanup, do a fresh Drupal install, install and enable modules, or create users, among other things."

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