[development] Evil hack: admin/modules without memory restrictions
gerhard at killesreiter.de
Sat Jan 21 05:26:55 UTC 2006
There are quite a few people who'd like to run a lot of Drupal modules
and have problems on admin/modules when they hit the php memory limit.
Moshe pointed out that this has changed/ will change with the install
files, but I needed something quick and dirty now.
Attached is a patch that will make Drupal
1) read the module files
2) looking for help, init, exit hooks
3) write these hooks to a file
4) include that file
5) delete the file
for all modules found.
The patch makes a few assumptions about how a module file looks like
(namely coding conventions). A few contrib modules do not respect these
or they do call some other functions from their help hooks.
(all taken from contrib HEAD).
I am surprised that the list is so short.
The patch isn't proposed to be included in Drupal, also people who don't
know PHP should not use it. I will not support it. It is intended to be
run in development setups where you might want to test a lot of modules.
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