drush makefor drush 8x
Turns a makefile into a working Drupal codebase.
make accepts 2 argument/s:
makefile : Filename of the makefile to use for this build.
build path : The path at which to build the makefile.
make accepts 35 option/s:
--version : Print the make API version and exit.
--concurrency : Set the number of concurrent projects that will be processed at the same time. The default is 1.
--contrib-destination : Specify a path under which modules and themes should be placed. Defaults to sites/all for Drupal 6,7 and the corresponding directory in the Drupal root for Drupal 8 and above.
--force-complete : Force a complete build even if errors occur.
--ignore-checksums : Ignore md5 checksums for downloads.
--md5 : Output an md5 hash of the current build after completion. Use --md5=print to print to stdout.
--make-update-default-url : The default location to load the XML update information from.
--no-build : Do not build a codebase. Makes the `build path` argument optional.
--no-cache : Do not use the pm-download caching (defaults to cache enabled).
--no-clean : Leave temporary build directories in place instead of cleaning up after completion.
--no-core : Do not require a Drupal core project to be specified.
--no-recursion : Do not recurse into the makefiles of any downloaded projects; you can also set [do_recursion] = 0 on a per-project basis in the makefile.
--no-patch-txt : Do not write a PATCHES.txt file in the directory of each patched project.
--no-gitinfofile : Do not modify .info files when cloning from Git.
--force-gitinfofile : Force a modification of .info files when cloning from Git even if repository isn't hosted on Drupal.org.
--no-gitprojectinfo : Do not inject project info into .info files when cloning from Git.
--overwrite : Overwrite existing directories. Default is to merge.
--prepare-install : Prepare the built site for installation. Generate a properly permissioned settings.php and files directory.
--tar : Generate a tar archive of the build. The output filename will be [build path].tar.gz.
--test : Run a temporary test build and clean up.
--translations : Retrieve translations for the specified comma-separated list of language(s) if available for all projects.
--working-copy : Preserves VCS directories, like .git, for projects downloaded using such methods.
--download-mechanism : How to download files. Should be autodetected, but this is an override if it doesn't work. Options are "curl" and "make" (a native download method).
--projects : Restrict the make to this comma-separated list of projects. To specify all projects, pass *.
--libraries : Restrict the make to this comma-separated list of libraries. To specify all libraries, pass *.
--allow-override : Restrict the make options to a comma-separated list. Defaults to unrestricted.
--lock : Generate a makefile, based on the one passed in, with all versions *resolved*. Defaults to printing to the terminal, but an output file may be provided.
--shallow-clone : For makefile entries which use git for downloading, this option will utilize shallow clones where possible (ie. by using the git-clone's depth=1 option). If the "working-copy" option is not desired, this option will significantly speed up makes which involve modules stored in very large git repos. In fact, if "working-copy" option is enabled, this option cannot be used.
--bundle-lockfile : Generate a lockfile for this build and copy it into the codebase (at sites/all/drush/platform.lock). An alternate path (relative to the Drupal root) can also be specified
--format : The format for generated lockfiles. Options are "yaml" or "ini". Defaults to "yaml".
--core-quick-drupal : Return project info for use by core-quick-drupal.
--includes : A list of makefiles to include at build-time.
--overrides : A list of makefiles to that can override values in other makefiles.
--source : The base URL which provides project release history in XML. Defaults to http://updates.drupal.org/release-history.
--dev : Work with development releases solely.
Build the example.make makefile in the example directory.
drush make example.make example
Build an installation profile within an existing Drupal site
drush make --no-core --contrib-destination=. installprofile.make
Build the remote example.make makefile in the example directory.
drush make http://example.com/example.make example
Write a new makefile to example.lock. All project versions will be resolved.
drush make example.make --no-build --lock=example.lock
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