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Per issue #1199946 the concept of disabled modules has been completely removed. We need to scour existing documentation and code to find and change references to enabled/disabled modules.
Find and change all existing references to enabled-enabling/disabled-disabling modules and change to reflect concept of installing/uninstalling.
- Do inventory of codebase to find references to enabled/disabled modules
- Create separate issues for each module, identifying the task as either documentation change or code change
- Complete changes via the newly created issues
Original report by @fubhy
In order to keep the patch atas reviewable as possible we agreed to not fix every single place in the documentation that talks about disabled/enabled modules as that would've easily caused the patch to settle somewhere close to 500kb which is something we really want to avoid for such a fundamental change of the underlying system.
Hence, once it get's committed, we will have to fix/remove/clean-up a lot of places in core where the documentation still refers to disabled/enabled modules or potentially even change variable names that suggest the existence of such ($enabled_modules / $disabled_modules, etc.). That's what this issue is about.