1. Well, it's probably my mistake, I tried to follow our Git branching
and merging section. It seems I made a mistake so if you've any idea,
share it and I'll fix it.
2. Probably yes, I enabled the needful modules and I put only changes
into a feature. A few modules are in default status. I mean, just
enabled and there is no changes.
3. Not necessarily because I wanted to test Strongarm, Diff and
Features Extras modules. Does it work, how it works and can I export
On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 5:33 PM, Paul W. Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I installed another testing sandbox and then cloned in a copy of the
fedora-insight-features repo, using your
"asrob-basic-insight-features" branch. I have several questions:
* I'm confused a bit by the content -- why are there two directories?
Is the content supposed to be different and complementary, where I
enable both modules? They appear to have the same name in the .info
files and different versions (0.1 vs. 0.2).
* Does your module code in the 0.2 Feature really require so many
modules, like Diff and Strongarm, to be installed and enabled?
* Once I install and enable everything, should I be seeing some
change in the site blocks from your feature?
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