I gave an interview in the german Blog Regalsprecher about the start of n98-magerun development and the ideas behind the tool. The blog post is written in german. If you are able to understand the beautiful german language we would be happy if you can leave a comment. The post Read more…
This article is part of a series covering 3rd party n98-magerun modules/extensions.
In this post we show you another great module to manage your Magento configurations. It supports importing and exporting of store config data in a hierarchical folder structure. This can be done for different environments.
We are happy to present you a new stable release of n98-magerun. The new release contains many new features and some enables users of Microsoft Windows some features which was only available for MacOS/Linux users. Let’s see what we have changed since the last release… Remove Admin-Users and Customers We Read more…
This article is part of a series covering 3rd party n98-magerun modules/extensions. The next article presents a solution to manage several developer, staging, production environements with a n98-magerun module and and a Magento module (can be installed at once). If you have multiple Magento environments i.e. for all your developers Read more…
This article is part of a series covering 3rd party n98-magerun modules/extensions. Kalen Jordan (creator and founder of MageMail) is one of our longest n98-magerun users and contributors. He was the first who published a 3rd party module with some nice commands. That’s what i like to present you now Read more…
This is the start of a series which presents 3rd party n98-magerun modules. The first one is a module which helps you to benchmark your shop cache system. It’s a port of a benchmark script by Colin Mollenhour which was a fork of a symlink cache script by Vinai Kopp. Read more…
Users of the MageStack Magento Operating System can now easily and quick install n98-magerun. MageStack supports n98-magerun natively and provides a install shell script. Further instructions can be found in the blog of Sonnasi Hosting. https://help.sonassihosting.com/magestack/installingusing-n98-magerun/
For two days we published the new n98-magerun version 1.90.0 with a refactored
The command is now modular and all checks are organized in sub-classes.
It’s now possible to add own checks to the command. The blog post shows you how easy it is.
Registration of Check Classes
If you investigate the distribution config of n98-magerun you can see a bunch of new configuration for the command.
The new config node is “checks” which contains the class names of all checks. All classes are organized in check groups.
Today we are proud to release a new stable n98-magerun version.
The new release contains some very nifty new features and enhancemnts which make
your live as Magento Developer a lot of easier.
sys:check command got a modular structure
We refactored the
sys:check command. All checks were moved into own sub-classes which are
registrated over dist config.
With the new system you are able to add new checks over your config. We will write an additional
blog post addressing the new big feature.
After the release of the new Magento CE 1.9 we updated n98-magerun to support the installation of the new version. The release 1.89 contains also some bugfixes and smaller enhancements. Changelog #320 Fixing minor grammatical error (by Chris Jones) #326 Encryption key parameter in install command (by Kristof Ringleff) #327 Read more…