Commerce Addressbook

Commerce Addressbook is a module that allows authenticated customers to reuse previously entered addresses during checkout. They can manage all entered addresses in their user panel (user/%user/addressbook).

Note that for data consistency reasons editing a previously entered address won't change it on previously made orders.

Reading field values in the database and applying it to CINC code

Step one- Look at how the field is set up in the database

$a = CINC::init('Field')->machine_name('field_resource_access_rights')->read()->read_instance_for('node', 'resource');
dpm($a);

Step Two - Apply changes in database to CINC code.

Step Three- Disable custom module and then re-enable custom module

*This is if you've defined content types in hook_enable()*

Using DrupalCI on Drupal.org

For any project on Drupal.org, DrupalCI testing can be enabled from the Automated Testing link on the Project page. Please note: Only project maintainers have the ability to configure project testing.

At the top of the Automated Testing tab you will see the configuration for the existing PIFT/PIFR testing, but below that you will see the test matrix for the new DrupalCI tests:

For each supported testing environment you can enable:

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Migration Tests in Drupal 8

This information came from https://www.drupal.org/node/1429136

The migration path is still under development, but the following is from #2125745: [meta] Variables to config migration [D6]:

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