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Drupal will run much faster on PHP 7.
Are you looking forward to PHP 7?
It's very close to HHVM in performance and much faster than PHP 5.

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Drush 7.0 dev works with Drupal 8.0.0 beta 4 on my server :-)

krato@vm11396:/var/websites/drupal-8.0.0-beta4$~/.composer/vendor/drush/drush/drush status
 Drupal version         :  8.0.0-dev                        
 PHP executable         :  /usr/bin/php                     
 PHP configuration      :  /etc/php5/cli/php.ini            
 PHP OS                 :  Linux                            
 Drush version          :  7.0-dev                          
 Drush temp directory   :  /tmp                             
 Drush configuration    :                                   
 Drush alias files      :                                   
 Drupal root            :  /var/websites/drupal-8.0.0-beta4

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Happy New Year and only good judgement, all Drupalists!

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Using this post shared with me by esteemed colleague +Ben Koren I was able to create a git alias for checking out a drupal module as a git submodule:

put this in your .gitconfig

  addmod = "!f() { drush dl $1 --package-handler=git_drupalorg --gitsubmodule && git add sites/all/modules/$1 && git add .gitmodules; }; f"

Note: this doesn't work properly if you're using drush 6.x (right now).  Instead you have to use drush 7.x which you can get from composer with: 

composer global require drush/drush:dev-master

With all the config and dependencies handled, you'll be able to checkout modules from git as submodules. Doing this makes it easier for you to contribute code back to the respective project as you find issues and fix them.  Which is an awesome benefit.

Rolling with your Drupal this way has been troublesome in the past because git submodule isn't apart of what people normally learn about git and takes extra effort.  In that regard here's another git alias that will help you when you want to update your submodules:

up = !git pull --rebase --prune $@ && git submodule update --init --recursive

(that one's from the article)

#git   #t   #drush   

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