Posted by floretan on
The latest release of Strongarm for Drupal 7 uses the same strategy as this module. Disable strongleg before updating Strongarm.
StrongLeg is a complement to Strongarm that modifies the default behavior and forces variables to be stored in the database.
Reasons why you would want this:
- Some variables are used too early in the boot process, before Strongarm is initialized, causing problems like , . Having all variables in the database removes the need for special handling of these cases and makes full code-driven deployments possible.
- Strongarm's implementation of hook_init() can be resource-intensive. StrongLeg disable Strongarm's hook_init() and only loads exported variables on feature enable/revert.
Developed by wunderkraut
- Maintenance status: Unsupported
- Development status: Obsolete
- Last modified: September 30, 2011
- Stable releases receive coverage from the Drupal Security Team.
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