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21 Sep 2020
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaOh no worries - yes I replied to both your previous questions. We actually have this chat bridged to IRC and it is being logged on irc.farmos.org - or you can scroll up in the Matrix chat15:09:59
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaYea, I think Drush will be your friend :-)15:10:09
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaAre you running farmOS in Docker?15:10:21
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstenta If so, I would recommend extending the farmOS base image with your own Dockerfile and installing Drush in it... you can basically just copy these lines from the farmos/farmos:dev image: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS/blob/d28b681056be3ac71fc826355e313f63f380b33e/docker/dev/Dockerfile#L19 15:11:22
@skalakm:matrix.orgskalakmI've run it both in docker and a MAMP setup. My plan was to try to get the automation it to work locally with mamp before trying it on docker. Is that a good plan?15:11:31
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstenta Then you will be able to run Drush directly in the container with sudo docker exec -it farmos_www_1 drush ... 15:11:47
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaUp to you - I always recommend Docker because then you don't have to worry about dependencies/incompatabilities15:12:24
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaWe only "officially" support the Docker setup... otherwise you may find yourself digging through Drupal search results to resolve problems specific to your platform (but not specific to farmOS)15:13:01
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaI can/do help with those when I'm able... but no guarantees ;-)15:13:20
@skalakm:matrix.orgskalakmThanks a lot. I'll just go straight to Docker. If I use the Docker dev compose file, drush should come with it right?15:20:14
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaYes that's correct15:21:33
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaBut I wouldn't advise using that image in production because it includes XDebug15:21:43
@skalakm:matrix.orgskalakmMakes sense. Thanks for all the help. I'll give it a go this afternoon.15:24:05
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaGood luck!15:25:03
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaAlso if you haven't seen already, check out the forum: https://farmOS.discourse.group15:25:16
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaAre you working with Allen and Matt at Dickinson?15:25:35
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaMigrating from FarmData to farmOS?15:26:08
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaI suggested to Allen that we start a post about FarmData on the farmOS forum so that others who are/were using FarmData can follow along15:26:39
@skalakm:matrix.orgskalakmYeah I'm with that group. I'm not sure there's a whole lot to follow along at this point.15:28:02
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaCool - well if that changes feel free to make a post15:28:58
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaI spent some time with Allen in https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS/issues/19915:29:03
@skalakm:matrix.orgskalakmThat's not fair now that I wrote it, but we've had some struggles. I'll put one up once I talk to Allen again.15:29:42
@skalakm:matrix.orgskalakmSince you've been talking with him... all the import stuff he's been doing can be with drush?15:30:49
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaGood question: I've never used Drush for CSV imports - it depends on whether or not the Feeds module has Drush integration15:32:45
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaLooks like it does! https://git.drupalcode.org/project/feeds/-/blob/7.x-2.x/feeds.drush.inc15:33:22
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstenta Once you get Drush installed, just run drush help to list all the available commands - you should see some feeds-* commands there 15:34:00
@mstenta:matrix.orgmstentaI've never done it myself, though, so I probably can't help much beyond that15:34:46
@skalakm:matrix.orgskalakmAs long I'm working in the right place you've help plenty already. Thanks again. 15:35:18

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