I am having some trouble with jscalendar and the views date module, so I want to make sure I have the "latest cvs version" (of the DRUPAL-5 branch!).
This also shows how to set up a whole site with spanking new stable branch code. Source: Drupal Handbook page .
First check out Drupal itself:
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous:email@example.com:/cvs/drupal checkout -r DRUPAL-5 -d mysite drupal
Then check out any modules you want (actually, should put them in ./sites all, but this is just an example, here I am the date module in ./modules/date)
Task 002: Install on Drupal 5.1 and import simple book pages exported from Drupal 4.7.6 in Task 001.
I used my Drupal Sandbox from the Drupal Dojo class (fairly new installation, doesn't really matter what I have installed there).
Test Case 002
Download latest version of module from CVS HEAD.
Follow same directions for installation (as per README.txt).
Go to Administer >> import.
Import first simple file from Test Case 001 (Task 001).
Go to Administer >> content and visualize imported nodes.
Upon attempting to enable module, following error is created:
I'm starting to help out on the Drupal Import / Export API.
Objective: Help to make it ready for Drupal 5.0, and help improve it; use it a lot.
Task 001: Install on Drupal 4.7.6 and see if the documentation can get me up to speed.
Date today: 7 February 2007.
I upgraded my local sandbox to Drupal 4.7.6.
Long live... ?
... long live getting it done (small and right)!!!
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Even Java's own lobby, JavaLobby's eclipsezone.com, confesses:
"Java has become fat and bloated over the years. That's one of the reasons behind Steve Jobs' rationale of not having Java on the iPhone."
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