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Bash script for building Drupal distributions

I posted this as a gist, but I thought a usage tutorial was in order.

Source the file from your .bash_profile (or .zshrc if that's what you're using):

source /path/to/custom/scripts/

The contents of the script:

#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Usage:  dice makefile docroot dbuser dbpass dbname sitename install-profile
drupal_install_clean_env() {
  if [[ -r $2 ]]; then
    sudo rm -r $2
    cd ~/
  if [[ -r $1 ]]; then
    drush make $1 $2
    cd $2
    drush si $7 --db-url=mysql://$3:$4@localhost:3306/$5 --db-su=$3 --db-su-pw=$4 --site-name="$6" --account-name=admin --account-pass=admin -y
    # Files directory (local dev)
    sudo chmod -R 777 $2/sites/default/files
    # Files directory (remote dev/stage/prod)
    #sudo chown -R _www:_www $2/sites/default/files
alias dice=drupal_install_clean_env

Example usage

Download Drupal Commons:

git clone --branch 7.x-3.x
cd commons

Run the script, replacing the [arguments] in brackets with your own environmental variables:

dice build-commons.make ~/Sites/commons [dbuser] [dbpass] [database] [sitename] commons
Submitted by diana on Thu, 03/07/2013 - 14:30