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Questions about CiviCRM's BuildKit development toolset.

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Agree that the typical configuration is to have a separate, headless database for running tests. Your problem sounds similar to (but slightly different from) the problem of running unit-tests provide …
answered Nov 23 '15 by Tim Otten
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The civibuild command is designed to run as a regular shell user (e.g. john) -- without root permissions. The source code should all be owned by the shell-user, and the data files should be owned by a …
answered Nov 29 '15 by Tim Otten
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tldr: It's safe but mildly annoying. Please feel free to send a pull-request to update these files. Longer: DAO files are auto-generated when civibuild calls the script xml/GenCode.php with the data …
answered Mar 16 '17 by Tim Otten
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Discussed this a bit over Mattermost. For debugging this, it made sense to run the first half of the command and check the output, e.g. curl -Ls https://civicrm.org/get-buildkit.sh It should displa …
answered Sep 5 '16 by Tim Otten
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If you're targeting the 4.6 branch, then put the upgrade script in the latest 4.6.X.mysql.tpl. If you're targeting the master branch, then use 4.7.alpha1.mysql.tpl. As a rule of thumb, we try to mini …
answered Aug 9 '15 by Tim Otten
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This may indicate that either: The PHP runtime is missing the PDO or MySQL extensions. This may help: https://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Setup+Command-Line+PHP (At time of writing, …
answered Apr 22 '16 by Tim Otten
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tldr cd buildkit/build/dmaster/sites/all/modules/civicrm ## Ensure that all your stuff is clean/committed. git scan status ## Update git repos. Choose ONE of: git scan up ./bin/givi checkout X.Y.Z …
answered Mar 15 '17 by Tim Otten
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As a bit of background, it may help to check out "What's a build?" and "What are the basic build techniques?". There are a few directions one can take on that topic: Install an extension once, loca …
answered Apr 18 '15 by Tim Otten
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The question is tricky because it's a bit imprecise -- different people may interpret "know Linux" and "administer CiviCRM" a bit differently. It might be clearer to rephrase the issue this way: To …
answered Sep 6 '16 by Tim Otten
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As Kurund pointed out, the general instructions are at https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-buildkit . Follow those instructions to download the all the tools. There are a few details that may not be w …
answered Apr 17 '15 by Tim Otten