During my time off I figured I’d get my dev environment setup for when I start at CTI.
Using the really great puphpet.com I’ve created two new vagrant configs, the first is for Apache the second is for Nginx.
- Removed xhprof and dot file support
- Added an easier way to provision new vhosts and dbs.
- Added drush
- Ubuntu 12.04
- PHP 5.3
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:digital006/drupaldev-nginx.git
Hope these are useful to others.
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