When trying to build the distribution by using Drush 7.x make I get the following error in the logs:

drupal patched with drupal-1470656-14.patch.                                [ok]
drupal patched with drupal-865536-204.patch.                                [ok]
drupal patched with allow_change_system-requirements-1772316-4.patch.       [ok]
drupal patched with 1275902-15-entity_uri_callback-D7.patch.                [ok]
Generated PATCHES.txt file for drupal                                       [ok]
No entry for terminal type "unknown";
using dumb terminal settings.
Invalid argument supplied for foreach() make.drush.inc:218             [warning]
colorbox downloaded from                                                    [ok]
jquery.bxslider downloaded from                                             [ok]
jquery_ui_spinner downloaded from                                           [ok]

I had to upgrade Drush on simplytest.me to work correctly with Drupal 8, now commerce kickstart fails to build while other distributions still work.


ryan.armstrong’s picture

I've gotten this too but on my own custom make files. For me, if I keep rerun the drush make command it eventually works. It sometimes takes 2-5 tries. I am also using Drush 7. I'm pretty sure this is a bug with Drush 7 and not Commerce Kickstart.

danielphenry’s picture

Priority: Normal » Critical

+1 to that. I upgraded to drush 7 and started getting this error intermittently with my custom make file. It fails 4 out of 5 times. Very annoying as drush make is now unusable for me. This is a critical issue as it incapacitates the tool.

iMiksu’s picture

Priority: Critical » Normal

Drush 6 is the recommended version, so keep using that instead when building D7 sites.

I think this isn't an issue with commerce kickstart itself. Should we move this issue to drush project?

ryan.armstrong’s picture

Yea this isn't an issue with Kickstart it's with Drush. And Drush no longer uses d.o. They're on Github and there is an open issue tracking this:


@iMiksu: This error can also occur in Drush 6. It seems the only way to fix it is to go back to Drush 5 or just keep rerunning the command in Drush 6 or 7 until it works.

This issue should be closed.

iMiksu’s picture

Status: Active » Closed (won't fix)


ricardo_reyes’s picture

@iMkisu @ryan.armstrong

Do you know if there a fix to the Drush issue?

GitHub has not found a resolution to the drush include file either.