A blog of sorts
gzip compression may well be set up by default, but there are further tweaks you can make:
Logwatch prefers postfix but can be set up with sendmail.
I've been using Open Terminal Here, which gives you a button to open the terminal at the current Finder window. Useful, but not without issues.
Just found http://homepage.mac.com/thomasw/OpenTerminal/ which, as an application rather than an AppleScript, is nice and responsive.
Gives the option of using pushd rather than cd, too.
Just noticed this: http://drupal.org/project/dcss
Looks interesting and could be quite useful. Think I'll try it out at the earliest opportunity.
Use it. That is all.
There's a module for that...
devel has a setting at admin/settings/devel to switch Drupal mail to log emails instead of sending them out.
Set "SMTP library" to "Log only".
Puts useful debug data into $messages, too.
Recently, I built a site for a recruitment agency. Each advertised vacancy has a userreference field (userreference is bundled with the CCK module) to associate the vacancy with the relevant recruitment consultant.
I find I'm depending on Drush more and more for my Drupal development.
While my iMac is happy with Drush, as is our main dev server, I couldn't get it to work reliably on my MacBook until I found this lovely node: http://drupal.org/node/222611