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Drupowa is an application that allows you to easily restore Drupal installations from 'Snapshots', archived Drupal folders. If a Snapshot contains a schema.sql file, the database can also be restored. This is useful if you would like to have several ready installations that need to be reused in the future, or for sharing your current installation with your colleagues.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Sep 2010 18:52

    Release Notes: New features include mysqli support, schema extraction adjustments, a link to report a bug, updating of Drupal in snapshots to version 6.19, and a check on startup if at least one of the supported extensions is available. Errors on the extraction summary page if user navigates via URL were fixed. Errors on the confirmation page if user chooses not to configure a snapshot were fixed. Errors when navigate to non-existing actions were fixed. Errors if MySQL credentials are wrong were fixed. No title for extraction summary was fixed.

    •  26 Aug 2010 21:53

      Release Notes: This release adds a "report a bug" link. The configuration manager was missing; this has been fixed.

      •  24 Aug 2010 22:28

        Release Notes: This release can add redirects on successful extraction, and adds an option to automatically configure a snapshot so that it uses provided db settings. Errors in setup/confirm pages if a user navigates using direct URLs have been fixed. There are stylesheet fixes and small UI improvements.

        •  16 Aug 2010 21:01

          Release Notes: Initial release.


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