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Installing Drush 9 using Composer

I've recently come across this problem a few times while talking to friends and collegues. It seems people are still using Homebrew or other strange methods to try and get Drush installed locally. This is especially frustrating for people looking to get started with Drupal 8 or 9 development as it requires the latest version of Drush. Using Composer is far and away the easiest method to install Drush.

The best way to use Drush 9 is to include it in your project.

Submitted by diana on Thu, 05/29/2014 - 22:59

Drush broke the build! But that's a good thing...

At work, we have a Jenkins server. I love the butler. One thing we use it for is making nightly snapshots of our distribution, Demo Framework. One cool feature of Jenkins is that I can tell it to email me when the build fails. (Of course, this always seems to happen on a Friday night!) Sometimes the build fails due to network errors, so when I received an email on Friday that the build broke, I didn't worry.

Submitted by diana on Sat, 02/08/2014 - 23:45
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