By alexmoreno, 10 July, 2020

I don't remember what I was doing back then... apart of my degree at the university that is.

But I can remember what I was blogging about. Not much, a trend that I am committed to change.

It's also super interesting to see some talks I gave in the Linux User Group in Elche, my home town, and other activities I was involved like the creation of my Linux and Open Source User Group in my old university. That were fun days.

 

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alexmoreno in 2004
alexmoreno in 2004

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By alexmoreno, 10 July, 2020

Hello world, hello Drupal 9. You look prettier than ever :-)

Also, right about time I could do this :-)

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By alexmoreno, 3 September, 2018

Amongst other things, I hear this quite a lot on my conversations around the subject, why decoupling Drupal, is not like you are giving away what Drupal is and overkilling with something you could do with other tools? What's the point?

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By alexmoreno, 31 May, 2018
First sign of something going wrong, you do a composer update and get this in the middle:
 
  [RuntimeException]

  Could not delete docroot/core/.git/hooks/applypatch-msg.sample:
You can get different messages, core path, whatever. Important to notice is that the process (composer) has been suddenly interrupted.

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By alexmoreno, 30 May, 2018

Easy error to fix, once you know what's going on (is not always the case?).

Just upgrade your system from php 5 to php7. Drupal8 requirement.

In BLT, just edit your box/config.yml and change this line

php_version: "5.6"

to this:

php_version: "7.2"

Good old vagrant provision should do the rest of the trick. You are welcome :-)

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unexpected error

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By alexmoreno, 9 April, 2018

Everything starts with a problem trying to checkout your repository master branch:

git checkout master
error: pathspec 'master' did not match any file(s) known to git.

Trying to checkout origin does not improve things, but at least is a step forward:

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By alexmoreno, 4 April, 2016

Last months have been pretty busy here at BBC Worldwide with some of the projects we've been involved in.

In my case, one of the main areas I’ve been trying to improve (apart of the daily busy routine) is our devops / CI approach. The previous approach was using Chef, but it was not really adopted by the developers (which meant that after some months, the system was broken) and we were lacking some fundamental things (like integration with the production system, a real CI flow, etc…).

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