Every once in a while you run into a problem that forces you to either dig in and learn more than you really had the intention of learning, or return the client’s down payment. I ran into such a situation recently with an odd Drupal multisite installation.
Drupal handles multisite installs by routing to the folder in the sites directory which has the name of the site in question. So test.pixelcever.com would run off of the settings.php file located in sites/test.pixelclever.com.
The longer I have my mac the more things I find that drastically simplify my life as a Drupal developer. Now for fairness sake I should admit that there are still some things about mac that annoy me (namely Finder which is in many ways inferior to the windows explorer), but that is another story all together. Drush, the command line tool for Drupal is one of those many little things that make me very happy to have broken free from the slimy grasp of Bill Gates and his minions.
The last time I visited the safari download page at apple.com I was shocked to see that they had posted a banner that read: Download Safari The world’s best browser. If you aren’t a web developer you might not understand why I would be shocked, if you are a web developer it shouldn’t be surprising at all.