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Also, if using Config Split, there's no need to set up a ton of arrays of modules to enable and disable in different environments, since it's all managed in your site's configuration.For our project, we changed the defaults to: @swichers - Oops, you're right. This is a feature request, and it's something I'm still working on conceptually—it could also dovetail into a more nuanced approach in general to how BLT handles different Configuration Management scenarios.Currently the default is to either do: I've been building a site using the Configuration Split module for Drupal, and it seems to give me the best of both worlds for many aspects (block content management is still an issue...Moss and its surrounding region have a varied and rich cultural landscape with lots of great hiking and biking trails.Here you will find exciting cultural activities such as concerts, shows, art exhibitions and festivals. The city has long history being the third oldest city in Norway and the country’s first capital.

Just to mention a few of the things you can experience in Hedmark.Here you can find a lot of different activities both in door and outdoors.Lake Mjøsa, manor farms, River Glomma, the Finnskogen forest, charming cities and towns.I haven't tested if that option still works fine with a site using Features and/or Also a note about Config Split setup—doing something like this requires you to configure a Split for each of your environments, using the environment's machine name as the machine name of the split.So Local = ## Configuration Management After making changes locally, you can export all the configuration changes to the codebase using the command: drush @projectname.local csex --split=local This uses the [Configuration Split](https:// module to ensure blacklisted configuration that should only apply in the local environment is not stored in the global site configuration directory.


but that's a separate thing for a separate day): To use Configuration Split, besides the normal setup (documented on the module page), I needed to make a few modifications to a few of BLT's Phing build targets.

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