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Entity Enqueue

Entity Enqueue provides utility functions to enqueue entities to be processed later using Drupal's Queue API. It will not process any entity enqueued, you have to write the corresponding queue worker callback.
Provides matching Drush commands for each possible function.
It is only a developer tool and it has no visible UI.



File Delete

This module provides drush support to delete unused files from database (table files_managed) and from the file system. It was developed because of a customized migrate media migration. While deleting a node with media file attached the file entry gets removed from file_usage table but not from file_managed. See issue [#2444549] Media and file cleanup.

Drush Entity Field

Drush support for field CRUD operations over entities.


With Drush:

drush dl drush_entity_field

This module is a Drush extension, so it will be installed at the /home/user/.drush directory (Linux) or c:\Users\user\.drush under Windows.


Please use

drush command --help

for a detailed description of the options for each command.


Herald is a project/service for monitoring Drupal code quality.

You can see it in action here.

Herald exposes a flexible API for monitoring Drupal projects (mainly Drupal modules and themes), create builds (like reacting when code is pushed to a Git repo) and running tasks on that build (like checking code standards or running unit tests using Docker).


Drupal Development VM

Drupal VM Screenshot

This project aims to make spinning up a simple local Drupal test/development environment incredibly quick and easy, and to introduce new developers to the wonderful world of Drupal development on local virtual machines (instead of crufty old MAMP/WAMP-based development).

Drupal VM is hosted on GitHub.



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