By John W. WhiteheadPublished July 30, 2018 11:53:06Drupal 6.4.2 has just been released, and for many, the biggest change is the removal of the old site_template() and site_tag() functions from the package.
However, there are some new features and enhancements in the latest release, including:Drupal 8.0 introduces the new site_config() and Site-wide configuration functionality, which allow you to add, remove, or change your Drupal settings across sites, in an easily customizable and repeatable way.
Site-wide config options are now supported in Drupal 6.3.2, and can be set at any time by adding an entry to the “settings” section of a site, like this:Dependencies: D6.3Drupal 7.x, 7.1, 7 and 8Drupal 9.xDrupal 10.x and later (and newer)Drupal 11.xThe Drupal-config package includes a number of additional features.
For example, it’s possible to define custom templates for your sites with a single line of code, and to change the default theme by setting a custom theme configuration file.
You can also use custom themes to customize the look and feel of your site.
The Drupal-contrib-site package includes an easy-to-use API for modifying the configuration of Drupal sites.
Drupal modules are now built from a single source code file, allowing for easy upgrades and additions to the Drupal distribution.
This new release is available now, and you can download it here:D6.4drupal-config-2.2.tar.gzDrupal-contributor.tar.*Drupal source files are now included with the new release, which should help speed up your installation.
The following sites are supported in this release: