Installation – Module Webform can not be installed because more than 2 MB

Again and again I get the error that the file exceeds 2 MB and that this is the maximum size allowed. This is when I try to upload it.

At the moment this only works with the module Webform for Drupal 8.
Can I somehow compress that so it does not get too big?

Or how do I insert it manually if there is no other way?

Thanks for your help!

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8 – Composer update shows an older version of a module

Updating dependencies according to these instructions provides an older version of the module. The Composer.json file has the required package as "drupal/h5p": "^1.0@RC", and used it to update quite well. It seems stuck with version RC14 and unable to detect changes. It seems to be a problem with packages.drupal.org that can not update the package information.

The instructions for creating a problem here seem to be outdated, as this applies to a Drupal version 7 project.

Any ideas how could this be solved? In the meantime a newer version has been released and the package manager still shows the RC14 on.

magento2 – Use the quote in the translation file of the CSV module

I'm trying to translate a module string and use a quote in the translated text

"If the quote is approuved, simply click to ""proceed to checkout"" and follow steps online to confirm your order.","Si la soumission est approuvée, cliquez simplement sur ""accepter la soumission"" et suivez les étapes en ligne afin de confirmer votre commande."

But in the HTML email, I have that

If the quote is approuved, simply click to ""proceed to checkout"

I tried to use

$quot; 

And

/

Should I create one or more EventSubscribers for different functions, but the same module and event?

This is more a design decision than a troubleshooting question. I have 3 different things that I want to do when a particular event occurs. I could either:

  • Create an EventSubscriber for the event with separate functions / conditions for the three different tasks I want to perform for the event.
  • For each function, create a separate EventSubscriber that interacts with the same event.

I'm curious what others have done or think is the best solution.

object-oriented – module with global or class with attributes?

I am currently working with many modules used by the original developers global Variables to control states and exchange important information between functions:

STATE_VAR = 0

def do_something(arg1):
    global STATE_VAR
    if arg1:
        STATE_VAR = 1

def say_hello():
    if STATE_VAR:
        print("Hello!")

I have to create new libraries that communicate with these modules, and as soon as I check my code with pylint, I get many complaints about using globally.

In my mind, the structure should look something like this:

class MyClass:
    STATE_VAR = 0

    @classmethod
    def do_something(cls, arg1):
        if arg1:
            cls.STATE_VAR = 1

    @classmethod
    def say_hello(cls):
        if cls.STATE_VAR:
            print("Hello!")

This structure makes pylint happy not to use the global statement, but at the same time rubs me in the wrong way with the need for clauses like from mymodule import MyClass, or to fight the ugly mymodule.MyClass.do_something() Type of call.

I wanted to develop my code, which is both pythonic and consistent with what already exists (I might as well reconsider that).

I also came across this other related question, which got no definitive answer to it.

My question is: What is the best course of action in this situation? I continue to write code that are modules that use global variables to define the state (maintain consistency, but leave pylint crazy), or should I follow the path of classes and OOP (and effectively against the already existing code)?

P.S.
I originally put this question on stackoverflow, but I was recommended to submit it here again (original).