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module overview

Module Overview

Drupal.org Excerpt:

This is a simple module to export redirects to Apache rules. Apache rules will be faster than Drupal can be, and if put in version control perhaps more maintainable over the long term. This functionality was requested at #791754: Export redirects to webserver rules but there doesn't seem to be anyone... [More...]

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Maintainer:mlncn
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Categories:Developer, Import and export, Path management, Performance and Scalability, Utility
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VersionDateFilesRelease notes
7.x-1.02012-Nov-21DownloadOther
Total Downloads: 9 "Development" releases should be considered in beta.

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suggestion

I also suggest to make export operations as plug-ins so different formats could be supported (Apache .htaccess, nginx rules etc).

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Ubercart relies heavily

Ubercart relies heavily on modules to do all the specific use cases and a huge percentage of them just never made

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The summer of 2008

The summer of 2008, Dries contacted a few people privately to ask them if they were interested

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extremely happy

I am extremely happy that I found this module that is just perfect for what I want to do!

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A content type is an

A content type is an abstract data type. It's like a template for data. For example, you could have a content type for 'Vehicles'. In this you may add fields for:

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Those basic things

Those basic things are merely building blocks - they aren't 'clever' in the same way that a CMS like Drupal can be. It depends on your needs. If you need to create a static site, you definitely will be wasting your time with Drupal.

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