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= Boilerplate template for Drupal projects
SFL Drupal Team <drupal@lists.savoirfairelinux.net>
v2.0, 2016-03-10
:keywords: Drupal, SFL, SFLinux, AsciiDoc, Asciidoctor
:page-layout: base
:page-description: {description}
:page-keywords: {keywords}
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:toc:
:toc-placement: preamble
endif::[]
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:toc: right
:icons: font
:idprefix:
:idseparator: -
:sectanchors:
:source-highlighter: highlightjs
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:experimental:
:mdash: &#8212;
:language: asciidoc
:source-language: {language}
// Refs
:sfl-wiki-drupal: https://wiki.savoirfairelinux.com/wiki/Pratique_Drupal
:doc-docker: https://www.docker.com/
:doc-fabric: http://www.fabfile.org/
:doc-docker-installation: https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/
:doc-docker-baseimage: https://gitlab.savoirfairelinux.com/drupal/docker-lampd/
:doc-drush: http://docs.drush.org/en/master/
:gitlab-sflinux: https://gitlab.savoirfairelinux.com/drupal/sflinux


image::http://test.savoirfairelinux.com/buildStatus/icon?job=drupal-sfl-boilerplate[Build status]
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// (to make a title: echo " CLIENT.PROJECT" | figlet -f smslant )

This *generic template* aims at _implementating_ a default project tree, that then could be used as a *starter kit* for new Drupal projects.
It uses our custom Drupal distribution {gitlab-sflinux}[*SFLinux*] as codebase.

TIP: More information on our Drupal practices at Savoir-faire Linux are described in {sfl-wiki-drupal}[the official Wiki].



== System Requirements

This installation profile has been designed to work with Drupal 7, and is compatible with PHP > 5.3.
Ensure your system is properly installed.

TIP: Whenever it is possible, you should use *Composer* to install and manage the PHP dependencies.

The following dependencies need to be installed:

* {doc-docker}[Docker]
* {doc-docker-baseimage}[Docker base image]
* {doc-fabric}[Fabric]
* {doc-drush}[Drush] (version 6 or 7)

== Installation

CAUTION: The installation procedure to set-up Docker is not described here. Please refer to the official documentation on how to install {doc-docker-installation}[Docker Engine]. The {doc-docker-baseimage}[Docker base image] should also be installed at this point.

First, you should clone this repository.

 $ git clone --recursive git@gitlab.savoirfairelinux.com:drupal/sfl-boilerplate.git

It is recommanded to clone with the _recursive_ option to automatically fetch the included _git submodules_ (namely, Drupalizer, our tasks-automation tool).

TIP: If you properly init the submodule, you should have a _drupalizer_ directory at the repository root.

Then, copy and, optionally, edit your local configuration file:

 $ cp conf/local_vars.py drupalizer/local_vars.py

You are now ready to build the SFLinux distribution:

 $ cd drupalizer
 $ fab local_setup

The Docker image containing the Drupal installation should now be up and running, and the site should now be accessible at http://local.boilerplate.sfl.

include::drupalizer/README[]

== Official documentation

More on Drupal distributions: https://www.drupal.org/documentation/build/distributions.

More on Drush and Makefile: https://www.drupal.org/node/1432374.

== About this document

This document uses the Asciidoc syntax generator. It is a convenient
tool allowing to write documentation in raw text files, and convert
them to HTML or PDF later on.

Visit https://github.com/asciidoctor[Asciidoctor @ *GitHub*] for more informations.

To generate a HTML version, first install asciidoctor package on your
Linux distribution, then issue following command:

 $ asciidoctor README

The README.html is generated in the current directory.

Asciidoctor provides a native PDF renderer for Asciidoc. Still in alpha, but worth the try. Please follow the instructions on the official documentation to
install it, then issue following command:

 $ asciidoctor-pdf README

The README.pdf file shall be created in the current directory.