I've written up the slides for the brief demo I gave of Drush and Drush Make at the February OxDUG meetup last week.
You can either clone the whole package as a github repository, or access the individual files from the github project page. Here are the slides, for example.
Very nice presentation, thanks for sharing !
I'll try to write some notes on the Drush Aliases bit I did to follow up.
And good work on posting the slides and resources. A collection of resources from meetup talks and presentations would be great, something we (I) should get better at doing.
For reference, I've also now added a file of Drush examples too, based on what I think I went through (so cc, pml, dl/en, vget/vset, sql-* etc.)
Shame I missed the presentation as Drush is on my list of things to learn more about. Keep up the good work.
Just wondering are there any differences between Linux and Windows Drush?
Drush is well integrated with Drupal on Linux. Some Drush sub-commands call on various OS commands. These are not normally available under Windows. However, installing a number of the gnuwin32 ports from sourceforge on Windows and making sure PATH is set correctly allows more of Drush's sub commands to be available on windows.
As a bonus. All your favourite Linux commands are available in a windows shell.
I can post more detail if anyone is interested.
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