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OS X Lion ships with Apache and PHP, which both require a little bit of tweaking to get fully-functional for "MAMP" local development. The one thing Lion does not ship with is a database.
With the release of Lion, there are some subtle differences to setting up a local MAMP (Mac OS X, Apache, MySQL, PHP) environment compared to Snow Leopard. In an effort to keep this from being overly wordy and just get to the good stuff, we'll dive right in, so read on to get started.
In this example, we choose one of our servers to receive the Syslog traffic and the others will send traffic to it.
Drupal seven broke out the old hook_block($op = 'list', $delta = 0, $edit = array()) function, which took an operation as an argument, into four functions,
So recently I wanted to filter by URL title, having used it extensively as a text field with an optional link in a site.
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