Building software is a complex and sometimes tedious process in which you make errors and mistakes. Testing for errors is mostly done by running your website / code through tests either manually or automatically.
Checking for your code style like formatting and documentation flaws you can use a code sniffer. For PHP you can run phpcs using PHP_CodeSniffer.
Drupal core provides core/phpcs.xml.dist to tell phpcs what to test for.
Submitted by administrator on Mon, 2016/05/09 - 12:58pm
# Sync database
# Fix before receiving files
# Get the files
# Fix after receiving
# Drupal 7 variant of cache-rebuild
# Login to site
# Make sure drush finds the features drush extension
# List features with changes
For a drupal 6 site I needed a node edit overlay. This is what I did.
Define the urls ajax/node/%node/edit and nojs/node/%node/edit. The idea is to use path similar to the normal drupal paths just prepended with what ctools modal needs. It needs are minor in that the url path must contain a string nojs and in this case a class attribute ctools-use-modal.