[drupal-devel] [feature] No obvious way to tell which release a
site is running
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Wed Apr 13 18:00:27 UTC 2005
Issue status update for http://drupal.org/node/20448
Category: feature requests
Assigned to: Chris Johnson
Reported by: Chris Johnson
Updated by: Chris Johnson
Attachment: http://drupal.org/files/issues/releasename_contrib46.patch (684.22 KB)
This is the same as Issue #20444 , except that the patch is for the
*release 4.6* branch of the conributions repository (there is no 4.6 in
the Issues Version field yet).
Same as Issue #20439 except for the contributions repository, instead
of the core repository.
"There's no easy way for a site administrator to tell which version of
Drupal software his site is running. This is particularly a problem
when an administrator manages multiple sites at multiple hosts. The
problem becomes even more exacerbated when the same admin only has
limited time to update the software on sites, resulting in confusion as
to just what version is running where.
While there are a lot of technical solutions to this problem, some of
which I'd like to implement, this patch is the simplest and least
invasive. It simply adds the CVS release tag name to each file which
can take such a tag. An admin can thus look in any file and see which
release it is."
This patch is for all repository files which contain the CVS $Id$
Again, this is for the DRUPAL-4-6 branch of contrib.
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